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5 Tips for Selling your Home Quickly

There are several reasons why you may need to sell your home quickly. For example, a job change may require a speedy relocation to another city, or you may have purchased another property and don’t want to be stuck too long with two mortgages. Here are some tips that can help ...

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Financing the Future

A new generational trends report  released today by Mustel Group and Sotheby’s International Realty Canada reveals that even in light of escalating costs of living and rising housing prices nationwide, an overwhelming majority of Generation Z buyers are self-reliant in saving for their first homes, and are employing diverse strategies ...

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Make your House “Picture Perfect” for Buyers

When you walk into a nice hotel room, what do you usually notice first? It may be the large, often beautiful picture hanging above the bed. You’ll probably find a smaller, equally attractive picture hanging in the bathroom. Often there will be at least two more adorning other walls. That’s no ...

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Remove Emotion when Selling

Most real estate experts agree that being too emotionally attached to your home can lead to poor decision making, such as over-pricing the listing and making hasty choices based on feelings rather than facts. Of course, removing emotion from the home selling equation is easier said than done. After all, it ...

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How to Deal with Competing Offers

Ideally, you want to be the only buyer who makes an offer on a particular property. That way, assuming your price is acceptable to the seller, you’re almost certain to close the deal. But, it doesn’t always work out that way. In the case of highly desirable homes, it’s very common ...

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It’s been a year since Cannabis Legalization

It has been one year since the legalization of cannabis in Canada and we have seen how it has benefitted local economies – but what does this mean for Canadian real estate? Canada’s largest cannabis producers are being credited with micro-booms in some local economies, and the trickle-down effects are ...

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