When you’re viewing a property that’s on the market, you’ll probably try to imagine how your furniture will fit and look in that space. Where will your desk go in the home office? How will you position the sofa and chairs in the living room?
Have you ever driven by a For Sale sign and wondered, “That house has been on the market for a long time, I wonder why it isn’t selling”? Are you worried the same thing could happen when you put your own house on the market? The 3 most common reasons...
Clutter causes more than just a mess, .it bombards our brain with stimuli, deterring our ability to make decisions and sapping our energy. Clearing the clutter is an essentioal task when we are thinking about selling our home!
When buyers view your home, they ask themselves whether they like it. Assuming that the answer is "yes", they try to determine how much work would be required before they could move in.
If you’re planning on putting your home on the market, you may know the basics of what buyers want to see. However, there are some things that today’s buyers are looking for that you might not have considered like
Curb appeal in today's market really means 'Web' appeal. It will be the quality of your photos online that determine whether buyers choose to visit your house offline.
Statistics how that 63% of buyers will drive by after viewing a home they like online
Curb appeal in today's market really means 'Web' appeal and it will be the quality of your photos online that determine whether buyers choose to visit your house offline.
If resale value plays a prominent role in your landscaping plans, then you'll want to take a look at which features Realtors think will most appeal to buyers, according to the National Association of Realtors.
In my 28 years as a Realtor in Markham, I have sold many "unsellable" homes: drug houses, homes in disrepair, homes where disgruntled tenants have left holes in the walls and ripped the doors off kitchen cabinets
One question I am frequently asked as a realtor is if the money spent on home staging translates into better offers, faster selling and ultimately a higher selling price. The short answer: YES! Here’s the long answer:
Moving can be very stressful for everyone, especially your kids. Regardless of their ages, packing, saying goodbye to friends and getting used to a new home and neighbourhood can be difficult.
A recent survey of home buyers gives top three priorities when looking for their dream home and it may not be what you think. Read more.
Top three paint companies release their picks for 2014 colour of the year. One thing is certain, colour is very personal. Some homeowners like vibrant, and dramatic tones while others prefer a more calming a
Real estate may slow down somewhat over the holidays but those who are looking to buy are serious! Home staging for the holidays can get buyers eager to get into your home to create their own holiday memories.
Emerald green was named colour of the year for 2013 by Pantone. This lush green is lively and radiant and is perfect for adding luxury to any room in your house.
Getting ready to sell? Along with adding a new coat of paint, there are some specific improvements you can make to your home that will pay off more than others.
One way to make sure you get the highest price possible for your home is to make sure it shows well to buyers. Here are 10 simple steps you can take to accomplish just that.
What more could you want than to get your home sold for top dollar in short order without any hassles? If you take a moment to read through the following suggestions before you put your property on the market, you'll be on your way to a successful sale.