Posted on September 16, 2022
• 1328 sqft , 2 bath , 1 half bath , 3 bdrm 2 storey – FOR SALE CAD750,000 .
in Jubilee, Victoria
Rentable and beautifully renovated 3 bed, 3 bath townhome located on the quiet side of a 7-unit development. The main living area is upstairs and includes an open concept living room/dining room with large well-equipped kitchen featuring granite counter-tops, stainless steel appliances with lots of counters and a breakfast bar. Living room has many upgrades including newer flooring, pot lights and in-ceiling surround sound plus a new gas fireplace. There’s also a handy powder room for visitors. The large primary bedroom is at the back of the house, overlooking the green space and has a beautiful granite vanity, heated tile floors and deck off the bedroom. Downstairs are two more bedrooms, both on the back of the townhome, and a spacious, sunny patio where you can enjoy BBQ’s with friends. These two rooms share a full, 4-piece bathroom, also upgraded with heated tile floors and granite counters. The garage has overhead storage and fits a large SUV, plus there’s lot’s of on-street parking.
Posted on September 12, 2022
Answering those questions will help you determine which features to emphasize when selling your home. After all, you want buyers to notice and appreciate your property’s best attributes.
But here’s the challenge…
It can be difficult for homeowners to determine which features of their home are particularly desirable to buyers. After all, you live there! So, there might be a fantastic characteristic of your property that you’ve become so used to, that you don’t even realize its value.
One way to gain perspective is to ask friends, “What is it about our property that you like most? What stands out to you?” Ask them to be candid. Often, they’ll reveal characteristics about your home that may surprise you. You’ll definitely gain insights that will help you when listing.
Another technique is to compare your property to others in the neighbourhood. Buyers often target neighbourhoods, so realizing how your home stands out can be helpful when marketing it. For example, your property might have a larger backyard than most others on the street, or it might have a lot of recent upgrades.
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Posted on August 30, 2022
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
In fact, there are plenty of ways to add some fun, anticipation, and even a sense of adventure to the selling process. Here are just a few ideas:
1. Plan fun things to do when your home is being shown. That can include walks, sports activities, or trying something you and your family have never done before.
2. Declutter for your own benefit. Instead of thinking about decluttering as a chore required for the sale, focus instead on how much more comfortable your home will be after decluttering. Studies consistently show that less clutter reduces stress and increases a sense of well-being.
3. Get everyone in your home anticipating the move in a positive way. Put pictures of your next home, including neighbourhood shots, on the fridge door. Sit together on the computer and explore your new neighbourhood’s features and amenities.
4. Celebrate milestones in the selling process. For example, when you’re finished preparing your property for sale, go out to celebrate. Make a checklist of milestones and how you’ll celebrate each one.
5. Get the help you need. A big part of the stress of selling is the anticipated work involved. Remember, you don’t have to do it all yourself. Much of what needs to be done can be handled by contractors and other professionals.
There are many other ways to make selling your home a positive and turbulent-free experience. Call today if you’d like more ideas and suggestions. Jane 250-744-0775 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on August 23, 2022
When a buyer views your home for sale, they want to visualize themselves living there. They want to imagine cooking in the kitchen, relaxing in the living room, and enjoying get-togethers with family and friends.
However, when they see a baseball trophy on the mantle with your name on it, that visualization crumbles. That’s why it’s smart to depersonalize your home as much as possible when selling.
You don’t have to go too far. Simply do what you can to remove items that scream “We live here!” Consider stowing items such as:
* Trophies, diplomas, certificates and anything else with a name prominently displayed on it.
* Personal and family pictures.
* Mementos, knickknacks and other items of a personal nature.
* Notes, pictures, etc. on a fridge door or bulletin board.
Depersonalizing is a proven staging strategy that can help sell your home faster and for a better price. Depending on the number of personal items you have, you may be able to display them between viewings.