The process of showing and selling your home can go much more smoothly if you get everything ready. Find out how to get your home ready to impress buyers for the best offers and the top price for your home. Preparing your home for sale is a bit like designing a stage for a play. Read more about Get The Home Ready[…]
Offer Negotiation Tips – How to Negotiate an Offer The best way to get an offer accepted is to avoid parties emotions. Why? Because residential real estate transactions are put together — and sometimes blow up — over emotional hotbeds of insanity, lunacy and what often seems to be bipolar mood swings. So it helps if Read more about Best Offer[…]
How can I find out how much my house is worth? There are no comparable homes in my area. This may be a bad sign for you, especially if you think your house is worth more than other houses in your neighborhood. Homes maintain their value better if the neighboring properties are fairly similar. In Read more about Sellers[…]
Regular Maintenance is the Key Inspecting your home on a regular basis and following good maintenance practices are the best way to protect your investment in your home. Whether you take care of a few tasks at a time or several all at once, it is important to get into the habit of doing them. Read more about Home Maintenance Schedule[…]
A beautiful open house is easy to achieve using this handy checklist. This can’t be overemphasized. A cluttered home is a turnoff to most buyers. It’s also potentially dangerous: you don’t want people to be injured as they try to navigate in your junk. Remember, it’s not enough to simply stuff everything into cabinets and closets; Read more about Open House Checklist[…]
How To Price Your Home The single most important factor to consider when selling a house is the home price tag: how much your house is worth. You don’t want to overprice the housebecause you will lose the freshness of the home’s appeal after the first two to three weeks of showings. After 21 days, Read more about Pricing your Home[…]
A pre-listing home inspection can detect previously unknown problems or potential upgrades that you may wish to address prior to selling your home. Being aware of issues in advanced will also allow for disclosure of problems when selling your home, which can result in a smoother transaction for both parties.
When the potential sale of your home rests on a home inspection, you want to ensure you have done everything possible to make sure your home passes the inspection. Here is a link to Home Inspection Checklist from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) that will help you understand what aspects of your home must Read more about Passing Inspection[…]