Your Really, Really Great List

When buyers shop for a new home, they typically start by viewing properties that meet specific criteria… four bedrooms, a large den, a quiet neighborhood, etc. But often there is something special about a home that catches a buyer’s eye…

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Is a Low Offer a Good Idea?

You’ve spent a couple of weekends viewing homes. You’ve found a few that you like, but none were quite “it”. Then, finally, you visit a property that seems perfect for you. It has most of the features you’re looking for…

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Want to Sell Your House Faster? Make it Anonymous

What do you notice when you visit a model home in a new development? Often, you’ll find wonderfully furnished and decorated rooms that anyone could live in. The operative word here is “anyone”. Sure, there might be a computer screen…

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Combat Clutter and Enjoy a More Efficient Household

Although homeowners are generally aware that there are real costs associated with their living space, they don’t always notice how much their clutter impacts their ability to use it. To make the most of your home’s potential, consider ways to…

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Is it Time to Rethink Your Garage Space?

Over the past few years, a growing number of homeowners have discovered that they don’t require as much garage space dedicated to their vehicles as they once thought they did. If this applies to you, it could open up new…

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Once a Year, Consider Your Property’s Potential

Assuming that at each renewal, a homeowner’s mortgage would be less than it was in the previous term, homeowners can look forward to eventually improving their monthly cash flow. In addition to a smaller mortgage, some may also enjoy the…

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Phony Banking Tricks Give False Sense of Security

Although we know we need to be cautious of telephone solicitations, it’s becoming even more important to be skeptical of callers because scam artists are becoming slicker. Some of the latest tricks can fool even the most diligent, by disarming…

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Certain Renovations Require Licensed Trades

Sometimes, despite your do-it-yourself skills or confidence, a repair or renovation requires a professional. In some cases, the municipal bylaw requires that a trades-person perform certain work, and/or that a building inspector ultimately approve it. Moreover, insurance companies may not…

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Clean or Replace Air Filters and Fan Screens

It’s advisable to clean or replace your home’s air filters and screens at least once a year to help keep your indoor environment safe from mold, dust mites and other allergens. But don’t stop at your heating, ventilation and cooling/…

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Carpet Cleaning Tips

If you have carpets, you’re bound to have carpet stains, either now or in the future. Although most of us don’t keep professional grade carpet cleaning solvents or equipment at home, there are a number of basic steps you can…

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