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Goodbye Summer! 4 Ways To Welcome Fall With Home Décor

Fall means more than pumpkin spice lattes and turkey meals on Thanksgiving. It doesn't just mean that winter is coming, but it signifies change. Leaves change from green to yellow, orange and red. Temperature drops from blistering heat to slightly cooler. We even change our wardrobe from t-shirts and shorts, to sweaters and cozy scarves. One thing people often forget they can change is their home ...

Are Your "Must Haves" Really a Must?

When you’re ready to buy a home, you usually have a wish list that helps narrow down the criteria to make the search process more accurate. Here are some considerations you should make before finalizing your list 1. "I need GRANITE countertops." This is a very common item for home buyers. Countertops can be fabulous and they are very easy to upgrade or replace. Do some research before ruling ...

​A REALTOR® Is Your Hero – Escape The Emotional Negotiation

The negotiation process of real estate can be a very turbulent ride. It is an emotional process when it comes to money, and sometimes it can get very heated. While it seems trivial to have a REALTOR® proxy the negotiation, it is very important in getting a deal. A REALTOR® is able to filter out tactics designed to evoke an emotional response, such as "The place needs renos," or "Not sure if it’s ...

The “Great First Impression” Home Sellers’ Checklist

Why do some homes sell quicker than others? There are many factors including price, location, time of the year, condition of the property, and buyers’ preferences. More often though, it has to do with the impression that your home leaves. Follow this checklist to help put your home ahead of the rest: Pick a date to list your home on the market prior to the date that the “For Sale” sign goes up. ...

How a Paralympian sold their home from the podium

Selling a home can be a very busy time. Now, imagine you're training and competing in the Winter Paralympic Games! Para-alpine skier Chris Williamson, one of the most decorated in the world, was training for Sochi when he needed to sell his home. Williamson is a father, an athlete, and is sight impaired, which leads to unique considerations when moving. "My old and new home both have fireplaces but ...

CENTURY 21 Canada Open House Weekend Blitz contest

Boost your home's value! You could win a $10,000 curb appeal prize pack including: Hands-on design consult from celeb outdoor designer Carson Arthur, host of the HGTV series Critical Listing Black&Decker outdoor tools MicroPro Sienna wood deck or pergola Rinox stone fireplace & small patio to set it on Visit a participating CENTURY 21 open house on May 24 or 25 and fill in the ...

Top 9 Tips for Home Sellers this Spring

I know when you look outside, it's hard to convince you that spring is here. Yet, it will soon be time to get your house ready to sell. Use these 9 tips to prepare your home for the spring market: 1. Lose it Now that you can see the ground and temperatures are above zero, it's time for your things to go where they belong. For those awesome presents you received for Christmas... now is the time to ...
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