10 Real Estate Selling Myths Debunked
Guest post by Rick Andrews:
A myth is an idea, concept, or story that is invented purely out of false data. Everywhere, and in almost every aspect, myths are present. They attempt to explain things; however, they are sometimes proven wrong when it ...
Posted by Paul Paiva on August 4, 2020 in Selling Your Home
5 Reasons to Get a Home Inspection BEFORE Selling
If you’re thinking about putting your home on the market, you may want to consider a pre-listing inspection. Here are five reasons why:
Boost Buyer Confidence
One of the first benefits of having a pre-inspection is it instills confidence ...
Posted by Paul Paiva on February 6, 2020 in Selling Your Home
Fixed Fee vs. REALTOR®: Pros and Cons When Selling Your Home
Are you planning on selling your home? Are you stuck between hiring a fixed fee service or partnering with a REALTOR®? Our handy list of pros and cons can help you determine which option is best for your unique needs.
Fixed Fee Services
Posted by Robert Hasek on December 30, 2019 in Selling Your Home
8 Common Renovation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Are you planning on renovating your Edmonton home? Save yourself money, time and stress by avoiding these top home renovation mistakes:
1. Underestimating Costs
Renovation projects seldom go as planned. Be prepared for any surprises (and avoid ...
Posted by Paul Paiva on November 28, 2019 in Home Renovation
Home Staging For Beginners: 5 Essential Tips
Attract buyers and sell your home faster with the help of these home staging tips for beginners!
1. Clean Like You’ve Never Cleaned Before
Nothing repels buyers faster than a dirty home. For this reason, a thorough deep cleaning is an ...
Posted by Paul Paiva on November 14, 2019 in Home Tips
How to Get the Most Money Out of Your Home (With the Least Amount of Expense)
When it comes to selling your Edmonton home for more money, sometimes less is more. While that’s not to say renovations to sell won’t pay off in the end (depending on the condition of your home), it doesn’t always make sense to ...
Posted by Paul Paiva on March 21, 2019 in Selling Your Home