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Although the article below refers to clients, the same obligations apply to your customers.

Buying a heritage home is a lot like owning a piece of history. It brings its own splash of character and community pride. However, there are certain restrictions to owning a heritage home that must be disclosed to your client before an offer is made.

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The kids are long gone, you’re sick of mowing the lawn, and you’re tired of paying to heat and cool a nearly empty house. Why not downsize?

"Less square footage doesn't necessarily equate to less living". Sarah said while entertaining a small group of friends in her stunning city view location within walking distance of her workplace and health club in downtown neighbourhood.

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If you are thinking about listing your home for sale, you should be careful not to make the same mistakes that other sellers have. Once you have decided that you are ready to move, you should be fully committed to making it a successful experience. Well prepared home sellers, sell their homes faster.

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How To Get Started With The Home Selling

If you’re selling your home, you’ve likely been through the buying process before. That means you already know about the value of asking questions, doing your research and making informed decisions.

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In the current hot housing market, media reports are filled with examples of homes selling quickly for the asking price or more. Because of that, sellers these days often expect their home to sell in just a few weeks or even days. When that doesn’t happen, worry and doubt may start to set in. I had a past experience where I sold a home in just a few days. Conversely, I bought one that had been on the market for several months.

It’s natural to have an emotional attachment to your home, but this can cloud your objectivity in determining its market value – that is, what someone else will pay for it.

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