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Should You Change Listing Agents?

When you hire an agent to help you sell your house, you expect that person to understand your needs and preferences, communicate clearly and often, and work with you to sell your house quickly for as much money as possible. While most agents meet those expectations, sometimes things don’t work out. If you find yourself in that situation, you may decide to switch to a different agent. Signs That You...

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6 Luxury Home Theater Upgrades

The ultimate luxury is a private home theatre to enjoy movie marathons, binge-watch your favourite show, or cheer on your favourite teams. While this is possible in a living room, a home theatre takes the entertainment experience to the next level. Whether you’re building a new home theatre or looking to make updates to your existing theatre, consider these luxury design upgrades as you reimagine this...

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What to Do If Your Neighbor’s Fence Is Damaged

Fences are one of the most common sources of disputes between neighbours. If a fence sits on a property line, homeowners on both sides are generally responsible for sharing the cost and responsibility for maintenance and repairs. When a fence sits squarely within one homeowner’s property and is damaged, the person living on the other side may become frustrated if the owner is reluctant to do anything...

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You Should Keep Emotion Out of the Bidding Process to Buy the House.

Searching for your next home is an emotional process. It’s easy to fall in love with a house and think it’s the perfect place for your family to spend the coming years. When one or more other buyers feel the same thing, you may find yourself in a bidding war. If that happens, you should set aside your emotions as much as possible so you don’t make a decision that you’ll come to regret. Emotions...

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Items You Should Never Leave Out During an Open House

If you are selling your home, your REALTORⓇ will likely hold an open house. Potential buyers will come into your home during an open house and explore the space, room by room. The problem with an open house is that you never know who will show up, including strangers and thieves. Removing certain items from your for-sale home will assure your belongings, or identity, aren’t damaged or stolen. Here are...

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7 Questions to Ask a Potential Contractor

When it comes to renovating your home, be it a kitchen remodel or a bathroom overhaul, you want to be sure you hire the right professional for the job. This is the person you depend on to tear down your walls and spend your dollars wisely. Avoid a renovation nightmare by researching a few different contractors and setting up an interview with each of them. Here are seven interview questions to ask a...

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Pros and Cons of Converting Your Attic Space

Your attic can serve many different roles in your home. Families often place boxes of old clothing, books and holiday decorations in the attic and rarely go up there. But, in some cases, an attic can be so much more than just storage space. If you need additional living space, converting the attic might be the solution, but there are potential problems to consider. Explore the pros and cons of converting...

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How to Help Your Kids Prepare for Home Renovations

Having a house renovated can be stressful for anyone, but it can be tough on kids. They may not understand what’s happening or why and may feel overwhelmed by the changes in the house, the strangers who come and go daily and the disruption to their routine. Here are some ways to help your kids take it all in stride. Discuss the Renovations Before They Begin Talk to your kids about the work that will...

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Important House Features to Look for If You Have Young Kids

If you’re shopping for a new home and have young children, you must focus on safety and convenience. Some features that you might not initially consider important can be crucial for families with kids. Layout A house with an open floorplan may seem appealing, but your kids could run around and scatter toys everywhere. Clearly divided rooms make it easier to keep kids in one area where they can be...

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Should You Buy a House That Is For Sale by Owner?

Some homeowners decide to sell a house themselves rather than getting help from a real estate agent. Buying a house listed as “for sale by owner” (FSBO) may have pros and cons. What Is a  “For Sale by Owner” Listing? If a house is listed as “for sale by owner,” that means the homeowner is selling it without assistance from a real estate agent. Owners of FSBO properties generally want to...

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