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  • The Reality of Selling Your Own Home By:-Krista Kehoe
    Owners who sell their own home do not pay a commission to a real estate agent. Instead, the owner takes responsibility for representing themselves, with the help of a lawyer, throughout the sale. Interestingly, Canadians are more likely to sell their own homes than Americans; more than half of all homes sold in Quebec are sold without a real estate agent.
  • What Is A Short Sale in Real Estate? By:-Jay Hunter
    As foreclosure rates have climbed over the past few years, we've also seen an increase in short sales. With the increase in short sales, more and more want to know: Just what is a short sale in real estate?
  • View Your Home as a Buyer to Help You Sell By:-Lauren Spencer
    Remove, clean, or fix anything that is eye-catching for the wrong reasons. Start with excess clutter in the yard. Prune scraggly tree branches, mow the lawn, and weed flower beds. If the season permits, add fresh flowers to the garden and hang colorful baskets to add life to the home.
  • Things to Consider When Selling Your Property By:-Eshkarvin Kenezer
    So you are relocating and need to sell off your property, or you have found another home that would better suit you and your family's needs. Whatever the reasons are for selling off your property, there are a few things to bear in mind to ensure that your interests are protected and that you get the best price possible for your property to earn you some extra profit.
  • How To Put Your Home Up for Short Sale By:-Karim El Sheikh
    You are falling behind on your mortgage and know that a foreclosure is just on the horizon. What if there was a way for you to avoid the credit pitfalls of foreclosure? What if a third party could help you salvage an otherwise unsalvageable situation?
  • How to Prepare a House for Sale - 2 Basic Steps By:-Jay Hunter
    These are just a few suggestions of what you can do to make your home more appealing. As you can see, it doesn't have to be too difficult or expensive. Keep your place clean, clutter free and neutral. Add some welcoming touches like potted plants and flowers. Little things can really make a big difference.
  • Staging Children's Rooms For Home Sales By:-Rachel Vanderveen
    This means that all of their toys, games, stuffed animals, and the like have to be removed from the main areas and placed into their rooms. This can be quite the challenge as many parents would find themselves piling children's paraphernalia up to the roof in their children's room.
  • When Should I List My Home for Sale? By:-Jay Hunter
    You want to sell your home, but you're not sure when the best time is. Is there a certain season you should focus on? And once you list, how long will it take before it sells? Read on for more info!
  • Selling Real Estate in a Slow Market By:-Jamie Mathwig
    It's a known fact that the longer a house is on the market, the less likely it is to sell. This is why it is so vital that you price your home right. A safe bet is to price your home in accordance to similar homes in your neighborhood. The last thing you want to do is turn off potential buyers by listing significantly higher than similar homes, because yours is the one that will be left behind.
  • Selling Your Home: Worthwhile Renos By:-Tarek Safadi
    The master bedroom and kitchen are almost always a beneficial upgrade, and investments in these always go a long way in the eyes of a buyer. This can be due to several factors like a positive first impression upon their first time seeing it, and the fact that they won't have to undertake any lengthy and disruptive renovations themselves once they move in.
  • Size (and space) Matters By:-Jamie Mathwig
    Potential home buyers will more easily be able to envision themselves and their family in a home that doesn't already have another's furniture and belongings inside. Also, it may be assumed that if the home is empty or has limited furniture, then the home buyer will be able to take possession of the property sooner, even though this factor may not actually have any effect at all on the timeframe.
  • Beach Home Beautification for Quick Sales By:-Lauren Spencer
    Ever wonder what makes some beach homes take your breath away? Strategic staging for selling any home is important; but, most beach homes benefit from a certain type of staging. There are four key elements that will likely sway buyers towards buying your beach home.
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