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The Top 3 Reasons To Sell Your Home in Niagara This Fall

Posted by Terence Davids on Sep 14, 2017 9:34:32 AM

Summer has wrapped up, the kids are back to school, and we're entering the autumn real estate market. During the warmer spring and summer months the real estate market saw some impressive home sales. As the weather cools down and the leaves start changing, it's time to consider the possibility of selling your Niagara home in the fall.

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Topics: Selling A Home

Common Mistakes That Make Home Buyers Run

Posted by Terence Davids on Sep 7, 2017 9:25:38 AM

If you've decided to sell your home in Niagara, we can't stress how important it is to be sure you impress potential buyers. If you want your home to sell quickly and at the best price, you need to ensure that buyers are wowed the second they walk through your door.

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Topics: Selling A Home

Buying a Home By Yourself? No Problem

Posted by Terence Davids on Sep 5, 2017 3:52:16 PM

The market is full of single home buyers (predominantly women, although there are many single male buyers) who are looking to buy a home on their own. The home buying process can be intimidating even when it isn't a single person buying, so to begin the process of purchasing a home on your own can be very overwhelming.

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Topics: Buying A Home, First Time Home Buyer

How To Determine Niagara Property Values

Posted by Terence Davids on Aug 31, 2017 12:56:09 PM

Price can make or break the sale of your home. If you price your home too high, it might sit on the market and you may have a difficult time selling it. If you price the home undervalue you are losing money in the sale. Are you wondering how to determine your home's value and find the happy medium?

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Topics: Selling A Home

Why Your Niagara Home Won't Sell

Posted by Terence Davids on Aug 30, 2017 7:47:09 AM

Wondering why your Niagara home won't sell? It's a frustrating position to be in. There are some common reasons for houses not moving that could be the problem. We put together a list of them to help you see if you can increase buyers interest in your home and get it sold.

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Topics: Selling A Home

Should I Become A First Time Condo Buyer?

Posted by Terence Davids on Aug 25, 2017 8:55:16 AM

In large areas of Canada like Toronto the housing market may have cooled, but the condo market is heating up considerably. The demand for condos in Canada is booming as many people opt to purchase a condo instead of a home when looking for a starter home, and the market is also seeing an influx of retirees looking to downsize.

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Topics: Buying A Home

Purchase a Niagara home in Old Glenridge

Posted by Terence Davids on Aug 18, 2017 2:29:45 PM

If you're looking to purchase a Niagara home, consider looking for a home in the historic Old Glenridge neighbourhood. The Old Glenridge community features beautiful homes, a close proximity to lush areas, and a tight knit community.

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Topics: Buying A Home

Should I Sell Or Rent My Home Out?

Posted by Terence Davids on Aug 17, 2017 2:07:02 PM

If you live in Niagara you know there is plenty of opportunity for income properties. The nearby Brock University and Niagara College bring in large groups of students moving to St. Catharines and the Niagara region who need accommodation. So, when you're ready to move, should you consider renting your home out instead of selling it?

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Topics: Insider, Selling A Home

Looking To Purchase A Niagara Home? Try Looking in Thorold

Posted by Terence Davids on Aug 16, 2017 8:47:09 AM

If you're looking to purchase a Niagara home, there's one community you may have overlooked: Thorold. There's been a growing interest in Thorold as an up and coming area to live in recent years. Thorold is located centrally within the Niagara region, only a short drive to other cities. The city is closest to St. Catharines, and residents are able to travel between the cities using the St. Catharines public transit system.

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Topics: Niagara Region, Buying A Home

Do I Have To Perform a Home Inspection?

Posted by Terence Davids on Aug 10, 2017 1:38:32 PM

In a competitive market, some buyers think that their offers might look more appealing if they forgo clauses about conducting a home inspection. Some people involved in a real estate transaction might even think it's an unnecessary expense that can be opted out of. The reality is choosing not to schedule a home inspection is a risky move, and one we wouldn't recommend.

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Topics: Insider

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