NEW HOME "Heating Alert", construction dust may have your furnace filters plugged tight, I recently saw a filter be removed that was shaped like a bowl. It was coated in construction airborne debris and the fan could hardly push any air at all through it. This resulted in the... [ more
Tip # 21 Don’t sign a deal on your next home until you close the deal on your current Home, unless it's conditional!
If at all possible you should avoid finalizing a deal on your new home before your present home is sold. The reason for this is that you (in the eyes of the... [ more
Tip # 20 Find out when the buyer would like to close.
When a buyer would 'like' to close is often when they 'need' to close. Knowing this gives you his deadline for completing negotiations —again, an advantage in negotiations. [ more
Tip # 19 Know your buyer.
In the negotiation process, your objective is to control the pace and set the duration. And the more you get to know about your buyer, the more easily you can maintain control. As a rule, buyers want the best property they can afford for the least amount... [ more
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Check out this Fantastic Opportunity! Nomad Micro Homes, starting at $25,000, well a 10' X 10' Home may not be for everyone!
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Why Buy a New House?
2) The truth is that new homes are better built, better designed, and use better materials, products and systems than ever before.
Tip # 18 Don’t get emotional during negotiations.
The limit of most people’s experience in the art of negotiation begins and ends at their local auto dealership. And we all have unpleasant memories of haggling with car salesmen. It is important that you let go of the emotional... [ more
In no particular order, here are the Top Ten things that Buyers are looking for:
Quality of Neighborhood,
Convenience to Job,
Overall Affordability of Homes,
Quality of Schools,
Homes that would fit their Lifestyles for the next 15 years,
Open Floor... [ more
Tip # 17 The more prospects, the better.
Marketing strategies specifically designed for a targeted Buyer Group can maximize your home’s marketability, and this will increase your chances of attracting more than one prospective buyer. Why is this better? Because several buyers... [ more
Fit to Sell, The Main Selling Rooms Video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZUzeeQ05SI [ more
Tip # 16 Disclose everything.
Smart sellers proactively go above and beyond the laws to disclose all known defects to their buyers —in writing. If the buyer knows about a problem, he or she can’t come back with a lawsuit later on. [ more
Tip # 15 Don’t let a smell be your downfall. Odd smells kill deals quickly.
All traces of food, pet and smoking odours must be eliminated. Even when you’re not there, don’t encourage prospective buyers to imagine things. If they know you’re a smoker or... [ more
Well, here is the Official Notice of the
2013 Green Cup Day/Event in Regina
on November 24, 2013
Tip # 14 The little touches can make a difference.
While personal items can detract, other small touches can help make your house a home to buyers. A well-placed vase of flowers, accent pieces of sculpture, potpourri in the bathroom — all can enhance the attractiveness of your... [ more
I don't always agree with the CMHC Forcasts, but they do sometimes help balance all the information sources, Please take a look!
http://www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/odpub/esub/64351/64351_2013_B02.pdf [ more
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