One of life’s most exciting events is the purchase of a new home. Whether it’s your first or fifth time, buying a home is always a cause for celebration! It might feel like the hard part is over once you’ve signed on the dotted line but the to-do list is always a long one in anticipation of closing day.
While the dreary winter weather might make selling your home seem challenging, these tips for staging your home will help you get on the right track and get you one step closer to selling your home.
Are you thinking that 2019 is the year for you to buy a new home but you’re not exactly sure when the right time will be?
For most people, the New Year means new resolutions to start the year off right. Whether your resolutions are for yourself, or for others, here are some tips to help you reach your goals for 2019.
For the past few years the list price strategy for most agents was to under-price a property. The further under market it was listed, the more it went over the list price. Any agent can do that.
Thinking about making a move but figure it’s best to wait until Spring? Not so fast. Don’t pass up that ‘for sale’ sign stuck in the snow – it might just be your ticket to finding your new home at a steal!
As of August 2018, the Toronto Real Estate Board announced that Brokers will now be able to post sold prices of properties online.
Sales on the Toronto Real Estate board for October were better than expected. At 7500 units, it was 6% higher than October of last year, and 16% higher than September.
Furniture is a necessity in your home but buying good quality pieces and appliances can sometimes break the bank. Though low-budget furniture is a great way to save money, investing in some great pieces is the best way to get the most bang for your buck in the long term. Here are the top four things to splurge on in your home:
Toronto was just ranked the most expensive city in Canada to rent. Rentals.ca has just released a report that shows average rent has hit $1,902 per month for a one bedroom. The price indicates a 2.8 per cent increase month-over-month.