Selling and Buying Advice

How to Prepare Your Pet for the Move

Posted on Jan 29, 2023 in Selling and Buying Advice



Moving to a new home can be a stressful experience for both you and your pet. To make the transition smoother, it is important to plan ahead and prepare your pet for the move. This includes getting them used to the idea of moving, providing them with a safe space in the new home, and ensuring that they are comfortable during the journey. With some...

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buyers don'ts

Posted on Jan 12, 2023 in Selling and Buying Advice


1. Don't hold out for the 'perfect ' house - there isn't one.

  2. Don't forget that compromise and prioritization are necessary elements in home buying.

3. Don't buy before you do some comparative shopping, especially if you are new to the area.

4. Don't write an unrealistic offer or you will be helping someone else's offer look good. 


5. Don't hesitate...

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traditional vs. modern homes

Posted on Nov 27, 2022 in Selling and Buying Advice



Go ahead, have your say!

I was going to try to remain neutral, but it’s hard. I like areas with a somewhat homogeneous look to the streetscape, and when you have a modern home in between two very traditional, red-brick homes, it’s the very definition of “Peacocking.

There are a lot of different ways one can evaluate the modern versus the “traditional...

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TIMING THE MARKET vs. timing in the market 

Posted on Sep 07, 2022 in Selling and Buying Advice

 The old adage, “it's not about timing the market, but about time in the market,” 


Coming off summer months an interest hike announcement scheduled on September 7th will make up for an interesting fall market. Many well- intentioned buyers are still sitting on the sidelines with the belief that market will bottom eventually but just like rollercoaster...

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