Eva Pawson

Sales Representative
225 Garrison Road
Fort Erie, ONL2A 1M8
Office: 905-871-2121
Office Fax: 905-871-9522
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Eva Pawson

Eva Pawson Sales Representative

CENTURY 21 Today Realty Ltd., Brokerage*
225 Garrison Road
Fort Erie, ONL2A 1M8
Office: 905-871-2121
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​​Staging a Home: 5 Designer Secrets for a Fast, Profitable Sale

Staging a Home: 5 Designer Secrets for a Fast, Profitable SaleSelling your home? Fresh paint and flowers aren't enough to move it—not in this market. Here's how to transform your open house into opening night. By Joe Kita from Reader's Digest © Ludmila Galchenkova/iStockphoto/Thinkstock 1. Define the space.Susan Phillips, a theatrical-set designer (spotlightondecor.com), says the secret ...

Which Season is the Best Time To Sell A Home?

Talk to any real estate agent, and they will tell you that there are certain seasons that are more favorable to sell your home than others. Often, the best time to list and sell a single family detached home is in the spring, followed by early to mid fall. Most families want to make the purchase of their home and complete the transaction before the summer months, when the kids and family are on ...

Women Love to Shop - For Real Estate!

The demographics of the typical first-time homebuyer are changing these days. More and more women today can afford to purchase a property on their own to build up valuable equity and are no longer waiting to find a life partner before they pursue the financial and lifestyle benefits of home ownership. One in four buyers these days is a single female, and new home marketing is actually starting to reflect ...

Get the (Garden) Party Started

Get the (Garden) Party Started Spring is in the air, even if it hasn't thawed the ground yet. It's time to start planning your yard work to make sure that blooms are timely and the patio is prepped for hosting.   Start your seeds, indoors Decide what you want to adorn your yard with this summer. Whether it's edible or decorative, buy your seeds and get them started on a window sill. When ...

Spring Time - Pruning Guide for Trees and Shrubs

  If you are thinking of selling this spring or would like to make your yard more attractive after this harsh winter then the Old Farmer's Almanac presents a guide to when and how to prune specific varieties of trees and shrubs.       Spring Pruning Guide for Trees and Shrubs Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE ...


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Pet Winter Safety: Prepping Your Pet for Winter Weather

f you have a dog that spends most of its time romping in your backyard, or a kitty that whiles away the day in a sunny patch on the front porch, winter's arrival may be a rude awakening. Sure, your precious pets are covered in fur. But many just aren’t equipped to be out in frigid temperatures for prolonged periods. So how can you make sure your four-legged friends are warm and well-cared for ...


LIGHT THE WAY As winter sets in, replace outside light bulbs in case they burn out under unfavourable weather conditions. TIP: Save significantly on your enerty costs by switching older light bulbs that have a standard screw in Edison base, for the newer energy-saving CFL (compact flourescent light bulbs, and use LED (light emitting diode) lighting for your utdoor seasonal decorations. * information ...

How to Care For Your Home - November Tip

Before starting your first fire of the season, have your chimney checked professinally to prevent possib le chimney fires. TIP:  For safey  and to ensure minimal smoke and sook buildup, all chimneys should be cleaned and checked at least once a year prior to use. * information supple by Pillar to Post, the Home of Home Inspection.

How to Care For Your Home - October Tip

Clean all outdoor furniture, including cushions, before winter storage, if your furniture is metal, check for and repair any rest damage before storing.  TIP: Store outdoor furniture inside if possible and allow for airflow to prevent mildew from forming. *information supplied by Pillar to Post the Home of Home Inspection.