Monthly Archives: October 2016

Determining the Kind of Home that Suits Your Needs

open house sign

Now that you have decided where you want to live and purchase a new home, what’s next? Before you spend lots of time checking out properties, perhaps it would be more helpful if you first decide what kind of home you want in particular. Your three options are mainly detached homes or houses, townhouses, and … Read More

Trick or Treat Your Way to a Successful Viewing

Vintage orange armchair near the fireplace

Halloween is right around the corner. And we believe it is the right time you learn how to trick or treat your way to a successful viewing this holiday season. Naturally, we want to give our prospective buyers some ‘treats” when it comes to showing our properties. But while we do not in any way … Read More

How to Sell Your Home in the Colder Months

Young female realator opening front door of home

Fall real estate market may not be as hot as summer’s but whoever thinks selling a house in this colder season is a bad idea has no idea what he or she is missing. Selling your house in autumn or fall could be the best thing you can do, depending on how you are set … Read More

Home Improvement Projects to Invest In Before Selling

Home inspector looking for possible problems for a potential buyer, looking for needed repairs

If you are planning to sell your home and wondering how you can possibly fetch a higher price for it, you might want to consider looking around the house and see which parts need a little fixing. It is true that having some home improvements done pays off big time. The only concern now is … Read More

Your Duties to Your Agent for a Productive Partnership

Handshakes with customer after contract signature

Whoever said buying a real estate property is easy has never bought one.  If you ask anyone who had been down this road before, it probably even seemed impossible at the time. Majority would swear, they feel like they were only able to do so, thanks to their very reliable real estate agent. Now if … Read More