Selling your home is not only a big decision financially, but also emotionally. Your home is no longer the bricks, drywall, and hardwood floors you fell in love with when you bought it. You have tackled some of life’s many milestones and made memories inside the house you now call a home. Whether you have simply grown out of the…Read More
The purpose for new agent training is two-fold. First, I wanted to deliver content so our new agents get more established in their businesses. I feel there are things new agents can do that will speed up the development part of their business in the real estate industry. However, I was quick to point out that the important piece is…Read More
What’s more important when it comes to buying a home? The style and size of the house? Or the neighborhood that the home is in?
We posed this question to our RE/MAX Influencers—a panel consisting of RE/MAX Sales Associates throughout Canada—to get their thoughts on what’s more important: style or location?
91% said “Location” is most important
Of course the…Read More
You’ve finally made the decision to sell, but as you sit in your kitchen and look around, you realize the space could use a little love to attract the kind of buyer you’re hoping for. Here’s how to get top dollar for your place without spending a penny over $1,000.… Read More
1) Revitalize your deck.
Although spending time outside was the last thought on your mind over winter, with spring on its way, you’ll want to begin utilizing your outdoor spaces.
To freshen them up for spring start with cleaning porch ceilings and walls. Sweep up cobwebs, bird droppings and debris with a broom and discard. Then wash walls with your…