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  • Spring Staging

    Any home stager will tell you that “staging is staging” and the principals remain the same throughout the year—keep things clean, clutter free and colorful. But that doesn’t each season comes without its own brand of staging magic.For spring, there are a number of things you can do both inside and outside to take advantage ...
  • The Smell of Success

     Home sellers do everything they can to make their house look as beautiful as possible, yet appealing to home buyers’ other senses can be just as important --  especially when it comes to the sense of smell.While you may not think your home has a smell to it, freshening the air and filling the home with sweet aromas can do wonders ...
  • Setting the Stage in Selling Your Home

     ​“You never get a second chance to make a great first impression.”​This saying strikes a chord in the real estate industry, where many buyers are quick to jump to a conclusion about a potential home after just one glance. That’s why an increasing number of homeowners are employing professional home ...
  • Vacant Homes

      ​Today’s housing market makes it tougher to get the price for a home and, often,sellers can’t wait around while their homes are on the market. They may have a new job in a different location, may have already bought their next house or need to move to their new location so ...
  • The Trouble with Mold

     ​The last thing anyone wants to hear when they buy a house is that there’s a mold problem, but these sneaky little spores aren’t always easy to detect.​Mold is a fungus and although some molds are visible and even odorous, mold can also grow between walls, under floors and ceilings, or in less accessible spots, such as ...
  • Lawn Care  

    ​Spring is in the air and that means that homebuyers are going to be paying just as much attention to the exterior of a home than the interior. Those shopping for a home want to envision their kids playing in the yard, their friends coming over for barbeques and the lazy Sunday afternoon laying on the lawn.​While people are inclined to bring in ...
  • Understanding Home Inspections

     ​There’s no denying that purchasing a home is one of the biggest thrills of your life, but it can also quickly become overwhelming. While the home you choose may appear to be the perfect house, hiding underneath the dream could be serious unknown defects that can make your investment a costly one.​Enter the home ...
  • 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 renovation project doesn’t mean you will recoup the money in a sale.​You may also want ...
  • 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 all the time. By taking a few safeguards, you can ensure that you don’t need ...
  • 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 and décor to establish harmony and ...
    Posted to George Dlugosh- Oakville Real Estate Professional (Weblog) by 280806 on January 18, 2012