Selling a house

Can a Built-in Wine Cabinet Increase a Flat’s Market Value?

by Greg on September 10, 2019
Thumbnail image for Can a Built-in Wine Cabinet Increase a Flat’s Market Value?

If you’re thinking about increasing your apartment’s market value, you may have considered adding a built-in wine cabinet. On the other hand, you may be trying to figure out if you should put in an offer for a flat with a built-in wine cabinet. Either way, here’s what you need to know about adding these […]

0 comments                                     Read more →

4 Ultra-Creative Curb-Appeal Ideas for a Wow-Worthy First Impression

by Greg on June 14, 2019
Thumbnail image for 4 Ultra-Creative Curb-Appeal Ideas for a Wow-Worthy First Impression

What do you usually look for in a house? The exterior of a house must be attractive and well-maintained as this can be reflective of what the homeowners are like. In a way, the exterior gives people a refreshing and lasting impression of the house. If you’re planning to buy or to sell a house-and-lot […]

0 comments                                     Read more →

The 4 Basics to Selling Property Online

by Greg on June 12, 2019
Thumbnail image for The 4 Basics to Selling Property Online

Over the past decade, the world of real estate has dramatically changed. Investors now have the ability to purchase property entirely online via smartphones and property selling platforms on the internet. These platforms allow buyers to gather insights and utilize big data to tell when a market is about to grow and when to sell […]

0 comments                                     Read more →

Creative Ways to Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

by Greg on February 13, 2019
Thumbnail image for Creative Ways to Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

We’re sure you’ve been in that position where you drive by a row of houses that really catch your attention, and end up daydreaming about actually living in that house. Well, this shows how important it is that your modern home looks picture perfect not only on the inside but outside too. You may not […]

0 comments                                     Read more →

Tips and advice on kitchen remodeling

by Greg on November 9, 2018
Thumbnail image for Tips and advice on kitchen remodeling

According to the National Association of Realtors’ 2017 Remodeling Impact Report, both homeowners who plan to move out and sell their homes, as well as those who would further reside in their homes reap the rewards of remodeling their kitchens. Those who went for a complete kitchen renovation and spent $65,000 recovered 62% of their […]

0 comments                                     Read more →

6 Simple Hacks for Increasing Your Curb Appeal

by Greg on November 30, 2017
Thumbnail image for 6 Simple Hacks for Increasing Your Curb Appeal

Sprucing up a house for sale or not, is far from easy. With so many factors that come into play that can seriously impact the impression people make – every little bit counts. This comes down to the simple fact that first impression carry the most weight and if we’re not careful, our golden opportunity […]

0 comments                                     Read more →

Three Storage Tips to Help Sell Your Home Faster

by Greg on November 29, 2017
Thumbnail image for Three Storage Tips to Help Sell Your Home Faster

How come some houses sell almost immediately while others languish on the market for months? Organization and neatness inside is often key. Much is made of decor or furnishings, but buyers often want to change colour schemes. As long as rooms look fresh, paying more attention to neatness can speed up the sale. How Storage […]

0 comments                                     Read more →

6 Ways to Spruce up your Garden Beds for Inspections

by Greg on October 26, 2017
Thumbnail image for 6 Ways to Spruce up your Garden Beds for Inspections

Are you preparing your home for inspection? There are many ways to prep your house for inspections but one great way is to spruce up your garden beds. This is a relatively cost effective approach to make sure your home shines. Outdoor landscaping is one of the first things folks see when they look at […]

0 comments                                     Read more →

Designing a Dream – The Importance of Home Staging When Drawing in House Hunters

by Greg on August 22, 2017
Thumbnail image for Designing a Dream – The Importance of Home Staging When Drawing in House Hunters

Interested in putting your beloved home on the market but overwhelmed with what that entails? Fear not, you are not alone. Entering the real estate game as a seller can be an exciting and stressful time. With a competitive market, buyers are looking for their dream home and are willing to pay top dollar for […]

0 comments                                     Read more →

7 ways to put buyers in buy mode from the minute they step out of their car.

by Greg on March 22, 2017
Thumbnail image for 7 ways to put buyers in buy mode from the minute they step out of their car.

Buying a home is one of the biggest purchases a person will make in his or her lifetime. You know what this means right? Buyers are picky! And rightfully so. In our current digital age, home buyers are doing a ton of internet search before they hit the pavement to look at homes. This is […]

0 comments                                     Read more →

Sold Your Property But the New Place Isn’t Ready? Here’s How to Cope

by Greg on February 27, 2017
Thumbnail image for Sold Your Property But the New Place Isn’t Ready? Here’s How to Cope

Moving home is one of the most stressful things we can do, along with getting divorced and suffering bereavement. Even when the process goes without a hitch, it’s hard not to succumb to stress with the pressures of packing up several years’ worth of belongings and dealing with the paperwork. If this sounds bad, imagine […]

0 comments                                     Read more →