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Home Not Selling? It’s Not Personal, It’s Probably Price
​ Home sellers face a new reality as they look to move up, down, in or out of their American dream in today’s market . Consumers, particularly those who purchased their homes within the last five years, often find their options limited by a lack Read More...
Is the Reno worth the cost?
​ A stressful part of putting your home on the market is trying to figure out what to fix and upgrade to get the very best price. An experienced agent will recommend projects to consider and ones to avoid. After all, just because you put money into a Read More...
Safety and Homeselling
​ If you ’re selling your home, you have enough to think about without worrying that your home isn’t safe, or that your things may be stolen. ​ Yet, whether from open houses or scheduled showings, strangers are coming and going in your house Read More...
Emotional Side of Downsizing
People downsize for a variety of reasons, from the "empty nest" syndrome to convenience or hardship. Here are a few things to consider as you contemplate moving to a smaller home. "Before any move, focus on how you want to live. People Read More...
  Thinking About Co-ownership with a Friend?  
​ Friends often share holidays, vacation together and are there for all the important moments in life. So, why not buy a home together? ​ An increasing number of consumers are considering joint ownership. Such as transaction makes sense , as it can help Read More...
Home Theaters: Great for the Family, Desired by Home Buyers
One of the most in-demand requests that real estate agents are getting from those looking for new homes concerns home theaters, or at least the space to add such a multi-media room. With home-theater technology evolving and prices lowering over the last Read More...
Make Your Offer Stand Out
Real estate consumers are realizing that there has rarely been a better time to buy a home. In fact, historically low mortgage rates coupled with lower home prices have even sparked bidding competition in markets around the country. A good home in a solid Read More...
Use Feng Shui for Balance and Broader Appeal
The ancient philosophy of feng shui, which translates as “the wind and the water,” is the Chinese art of correct placement. In real estate, those who prescribe to feng shui believe that home sales can be better achieved by arranging furniture Read More...
Home Sellers: Five Tips to Make Your Bathroom Stand Out
Every homebuyer has a vision of their perfect house and the rooms that are most important to them. Because of their relatively small size in comparison to the rest of a home, bathrooms are often overlooked in the staging process, but for many, it could Read More...
Say it with Pictures!!! Use a Pro!
They say a picture paints a thousand words and when it comes to selling your home, you want those words to end with “sold.” It’s no secret that better-presented homes get more traffic and more buyer interest, therefore selling faster. Read More...
Bringing all Generations Together
Although your home may have been housing a traditional family of a mom, dad and two kids, savvy real estate agents will tell you that in order to attract more buyers, staging your house as one fit for multi-generations is the way to go. More parents and Read More...
Smaller Spaces in Demand
Good things come in smaller packages. At least that’s the feeling today among many homebuyers, who are increasingly interested in smaller spaces instead of the gaudy, sprawling homes that were popular in the ’80s and ’90s. Many agents Read More...
Make One Final Inspection!!
In the sales contract, the sellers of your new home agreed to leave the custom blinds, refrigerator, built-in entertainment system and those fine cabinets and workbench in the garage. But when you show up on moving day, all of those amenities are long Read More...
Handling the Children When Selling your Home
Homeowners with young children face a common challenge when their house is on the market: How do you keep the home clean and ready for prospective buyers while maintaining a kid-friendly and safe environment? Keeping that “staged look” as Read More...
Researching for the "Perfect Neighbourhood" ie. Oakville
There’s an episode of the hit TV series “How I Met Your Mother” where the characters of Marshall and Lily decide to buy a home in a neighbourhood they are unfamiliar with, only to learn later that it sits downwind from a sewer plant. Read More...