January is typically the month we see the lowest number of listings come onto the market, this year was not an exception. Prices in some market segments were flat to down in January compared to last year. At this time last year, we were in the midst of a housing price spike driven by exceptionally low inventory in the marketplace. It is likely that market conditions will support a return to positive price growth for many home types in the second half of 2018.
Curb appeal is that indefinable “something” that makes a home look inviting from the outside, even before the front door has been opened. It is also one of the most important factors in selling a home. Many, if not most, potential buyers will do a real or virtual “drive-by” of a prospective home before viewing it. So how do you give your home curb appeal?
Real estate transactions are complicated and can be costly if completed incorrectly. Selling or buying a property is a process that is bound to be a little nerve-wracking and emotional. Buying or selling a property requires in-depth knowledge and experience in a wide range of disciplines.
Canadian homeowners have several home tax deductions that they can claim but are frequently overlooked. Before you submit your tax return this year, check the following list.
Moving can be a very stressful time for many of us. A move carried out in haste can bring about several unnecessary problems. However, there are many ways to reduce the stress of moving allowing you to actually enjoy the experience. Here are a few tips to help plan for your move.
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