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...

Attic Space

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...


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...

Luxury Closet

Convert a Spare Bedroom Into a Luxury Closet

Suppose you’re like many people with an expansive wardrobe. In that case, you will agree with recently surveyed homebuyers that a walk-in closet with perhaps a dressing area is the second most crucial feature wanted in an upscale home. Respondents to a National Association of REALTORS® Buyers Home Feature Preference study ranked the extravagance just under air conditioning in terms of superior...

Buyer Request-sold

Should You Make Repairs Before Listing Your House or Sell It As Is?

If you’re thinking about selling your house, you want to attract a buyer quickly and get as high a price as possible. Making repairs may help you sell your house, but you don’t want to spend more than you will get back at the time of sale. What Is Your Home’s Overall Condition? Although many buyers want a house to move into immediately, some are willing to make minor fixes. However, they may be...


Look Out for These Tricks Sellers Use to Pass Inspections

A home is one of the biggest investments you will make in your lifetime, and it’s no wonder you may feel anxious about ensuring that you’re making the best choice with your funds. Unfortunately, sneaky sellers may not have your best interests in mind. Watch out for these sneaky tricks home sellers use to pass inspections. Paint Over It Perhaps the most common and the most obvious trick in the book...


Trending Paint Colors That Designers Recommend

Some people are happy with a room full of neutrals. Others want their home to make a statement. Whether you are diving into a remodel or want to freshen up your living space with a new coat of paint, you may want to look into the trending paint colours that today’s designers are recommending most. Blissful Blue – Sold at Lowes and other retailers, this intense grey-blue is perfect for dreamy...

Inspector Finds Several Problems

What to Do If You’re Selling Your Home and an Inspector Finds Several Problems?

Buyers usually have a house inspected before they proceed with a purchase. The exact language related to a home inspection contingency can vary from one contract to another. In some cases, a contingency gives the buyer the option to request repairs, repair credit or walk away. If the buyer is concerned about any of the findings in the inspection report, repairs must be requested in writing within a...

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