Category Archives: Selling

The 5 Best Home Improvements that Add Value

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When thinking about home remodeling projects, it is very easy to get ahead of yourself and want things that are not that important. Before you go about spending more than your wallet can handle, take a pause and consider some factors that might change your decisions.   Not all remodeling projects are equal. There are … Read More

Tips for Buying a Bigger Home

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Don’t you just love the feeling of being in a big home? Ever imagined yourself actually living in your own luxurious home with massive rooms, a spacious lawn and comfy amenities? At one point or another, many people have dreamed of owning a big house. While it’s not as easy as 1, 2, 3 to … Read More

Easy Moving: How It’s Done

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It doesn’t matter whether you are moving right across the street or across the country, moving in itself can be quite a duelling process. Fortunately, there are tested and proven ways that minimize stress, damage and confusion when you leave your old home for a new one.   Here are some useful tips that can … Read More

Are You Pricing Your Condo Right?

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Determining your condo’s value is relatively easier than finding out the value of a house. This is mainly because it is more likely that there are identical or at least similar sales in the building. When determining a condominium’s value, appraisers and real estate agents will first have to know the price per square foot … Read More

Make Your Home Safe and Secure

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When you ask homebuyers, most will tell you that neighbourhood security is one of the top two priorities, second only to finding an affordable price. About 76% of homebuyers say that neighbourhood security is extremely important when they look for a new house to purchase and live in. Most homebuyers also believe it’s very important … Read More

Give Your Home Value Boost with Improvement for Every Budget

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So you got promoted and you want to move somewhere closer to work. Or perhaps now is the first time in a long time that you have free days to spend on doing some home improvements (or at least overseeing them). Either way, you’re making a good decision because home improvements can greatly boost your … Read More

Why Your House Isn’t Selling

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Has your home been sitting idle in the market for quite some time now? It’s time to take action and get to the root of the problem! If your home is one of those properties that has been on the listing for months or even years without an offer, there really is something wrong. There … Read More

What You Can Expect from a Buyer’s Agent

What You Can Expect from a Buyer’s Agent

It’s no surprise that a lot of home buyers hire a real estate agent to help them with their house-hunting journey. Without a seasoned real estate agent, you can expect that it will take you a while to finally get the keys to a new home (that is if you’ll ever get through the whole … Read More

What Do Homesellers Risk When Selling Without an Agent?

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Have you tried selling your home with the help of a real estate agent? We know people who had experienced that and they say it’s not much different from having to handle legal matters without the slightest idea about the law. You may have the confidence that you can handle it, but the trouble is, … Read More

What Styles of Homes Do Millennials Want?

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If you want to know what styles of homes millennials are into, it’s probably easier to first look at what they do not want to buy. For instance, the 1980s is a decade most millennials don’t really like, and homes from around that time are not exempted from their raised eyebrows. Some of the elements … Read More