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5 Ways to Make the Selling Process Stress-Free

For some homeowners, the process of listing, showing and selling their home can be stressful. Fortunately, there is plenty you can do to make it much less nerve-racking—and even exciting and enjoyable. Here are some ideas: 1. Make a plan. Decide when you’re going to show your property, search for a new home, view listings, etc. Block out these times in an agenda book or calendar. That way, you and your family can see what’s coming up. 2. Be flexible. Few things go exactly as planned!

Creating a Practical Home Office

Is your home office the dining room table? Is it anywhere you can sit down undisturbed with your laptop?

5 Ways to Make the Selling Process Stress-Free

For some homeowners, the process of listing, showing and selling their home can be stressful. Fortunately, there is plenty you can do to make it much less nerve-racking—and even exciting and enjoyable. Here are some ideas: 1. Make a plan. Decide when you’re going to show your property, search for a new home, view listings, etc. Block out these times in an agenda book or calendar. That way, you and your family can see what’s coming up. 2. Be flexible. Few things go exactly as planned!

What You Need to Know about “Interest Free” Deals

Next to your home and car, home furnishings represent the most expensive product purchases homeowners make. A mid-quality livingroom set, with sofa and two side chairs, can cost thousands of dollars. That’s why most furniture retailers offer “interest free” and “pay much later” deals to soften the blow. These are basically financing options. Say, for example, you want to purchase furniture for the rec room. The cost is $7,200. The furniture retailer may offer you a deal where you “don’t pay a cent” for six months.

Open House Questions Some Buyers Forget to Ask

An Open House is an event. And, like many events, it’s easy to get caught up in all the excitement and energy. In fact, when you visit an Open House, you might even end up rubbing elbows with other buyers who are there at the same time. It can feel like a party! In an environment like that, it’s not unusual to forget to ask important questions about the property. Here are some of the most common: • How old is the roof? • How old is the furnace, air conditioner and other HVAC equipment? • How does the price compare to similar properties in the neighbourhood?

How a professional chef would re-model your kitchen

Watch any TV cooking show, and you’ll notice that a chef’s kitchen looks
quite a bit different than what you’d find in most homes. But, that doesn’t
mean you can’t have one just like it in your home! With a little remodeling,
and splurging on some new items, you too can have a kitchen worthy of
Gordon Ramsey, Jamie Oliver, or Rachel Ray.
Chefs love counter space. So, when remodeling, plan to create as much as
possible. If you have an existing island, for example, you can replace the

Subtle signs it might be time to sell.

Sometimes the reason for putting your home on the market is crystal clear.
For example, you might have a job relocation and need to move. Or, you
might have decided to downsize because the kids have left the nest.
However, there are many other motivations to list your home that are not as
obvious, and yet are still good reasons to make a move. Here are just a few
examples...
• You’re bored with your home and are looking for a change.
• There’s something you’ve always wanted in a home that your current

Should You Rent Out Part of Your Home?

Have you ever considered renting out a room to a student or renovating your basement into a self-contained rental apartment?

Should You Buy the Latest Home Automation Gadgets?

You're at work when the thought hits you, "Did I lock the door when I left this morning?" You check your smartphone, see that you didn't, and click the "LOCK" button.  Now your house is secure.

That's home automation for you!

But, is home automation a good idea?  That depends on a number of factors.

3 Reasons to Talk to a Realtor Today

You might naturally assume that it is most important to talk to a Realtor when you're  selling or buying a home.  But there are many other circumstances in which it makes sense to give us a call.  Here are a few examples:

1) When you're at the "thinking about it" stage

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