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How to Successfully Downsize Your Home

The era of the McMansion is coming to an end. Families are recognizing the benefits of downsizing to smaller homes over enormous homes. When was the last time you used your formal living room, guest room, or dining room? How much do those unused rooms cost in your mortgage, electricity bill, furniture and accessories, property taxes, insurance bills, and time/money spent cleaning those rooms? Consider ...

Advice for First-Time Homebuyers Buying their First Home

Advice for first-time homebuyers buying their first home can be exciting and overwhelming at the same time. This is one of the largest investments you will most likely make, so planning ahead is important. Here is some advice for people buying their first home: Start with the end and work your way backwards: too often the excitement of buying your first home can cloud your rational judgment. Before ...

What Empty Nesters are Looking for in a New Home When they Downsize

The Baby Boomer Generation is the largest age group of today's population. These retirees or soon to be retirees, are also looking to downsize from their current homes, and looking to purchase or build ones that are specific to their new needs and lifestyle. These buyers are very specific in their desires and needs. As these retirees pack up their large homes, many of which have seen the arrival ...

Tips for Generation X and Generation Y Homebuyers

Research has found that people who belong to Generation X and Generation Y haven’t been deterred by the housing market downturn. 75% of people belonging to Generation X and Generation Y believe that owning a home means they are successful, 69% of people say that the recent market downturn made them more knowledgeable about homeownership than their parents. It turns out that Generation X-ers and ...

Important Things First Time Homebuyers Wish They Knew When They Buy Their First Home

New homebuyers have most likely made every mistake in the book when it comes to buying their first home. They’ve overpaid, overspent and bought homes they just couldn’t afford. And, most of the time, these missteps happen because buyers aren’t informed or don’t ask the right questions. Many of these missteps can be avoided. Here are some of the most common missteps buyers wish ...

Should You List Your Home During the Holidays?

With the holidays approaching, sellers often wonder if they should keep their properties on the market or take them off. Or if they haven’t listed their home yet, should they wait until after the first of the year? Maybe hold off until spring? It used to be said that you shouldn’t even try to sell your home during the busy holiday season. Potential homebuyers were too preoccupied with attending ...

Ways to Match Your First Dream Home to Your Budget

You are ready to buy your first home. Congratulations! Although you haven’t found it yet, in your mind it’s perfect! Open concept, granite countertops, a walk-in closet…the works! Before you start to envision what your first home will look like, take a step back. You are buying your very first home. It may be great, but chances are it won’t be your dream home. You may be one ...

Tips for Buying a Home During the Fall

The real estate market is open 365 days a year, even on holidays—but there are some trends to the marketplace. Some of the ups and downs that take place in the real estate market are based on mortgage interest rates and housing availability. Next to spring, fall is the busiest season for home buying and selling. Autumn offers certain benefits to home buyers, including year-end tax breaks, pleasant ...

Rate your Realtor: "We could not have been happier with the service you provided"

At CENTURY 21 Miller Real Estate we are very proud to receive testimonials like this on behalf of:    Sofija Trifunov, Sales Representative www.century21.ca/sofija.trifunov We receive many, many, testimonials from satisfied clients who have appreciated the special skills, knowledge, service, and highly ethical service that our salespeople deliver. Read More... Follow us ...

Top Things That Prevent Your Home From Selling

Nothing’s more frustrating for a seller than having a home sit on the market. And sit…and sit…and sit some more. Maybe buyers are touring your house, but not making offers. Or maybe buyers aren’t visiting your home at all. Either way, you’re starting to feel like your home is being rejected. Often, the reason a home sits on the market for longer than expected is because ...
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