October Stats for 2019 & October 2018/2019 Comparison
Sales continued strong in September despite the low inventory we have seen throughout the year, something we haven’t seen in almost 15 years. “It’s quite amazing, with the limited supply, that the market is still moving well with purchasers finding properties that meet their requirements,” notes Dwight Delahunt, president of the Ottawa Real Estate Board.
Family Fall Fun - Things the Whole Family can Enjoy this Season!
The cool air, colors, and pumpkin everything... Fall is here! This is one of the best seasons to get out and spend time as a family. Take a peek at some the great things Ottawa has to offer for family fall fun:
Statistics are in for August! Continuing the hot summer trend, there were 1,731 residential properties sold this August compared to 1,581 in August 2018, a 9.5 per cent increase. Sales consisted of 1,300 residential properties and 431 condominium properties, a 9.7 per cent and 8.8 per cent increase respectively from August 2018.
How do you usually choose the colours for your walls? Many consider their favourite shades, or they try to match existing furniture or other décor. This is how some people like to do it, but did you know that there are optimal colours for each room type?
The next time you’re ready to splash a new colour on your surroundings, consider choosing a hue that suits the room’s purpose. Here are some guidelines you can use as you pick your paint.
Here is the latest report from the Ottawa Real Estate Board ...
August 6, 2019
When you’re in the process of selling a house and moving, you have a lot on your plate. You might be job-searching, researching your next home, and doing everything you can to keep your kitchen spotless for the next showing.
With so much going on, it can be easy to let seasonal maintenance items slide, but this would be a mistake. It’s crucial to care for these items to keep your home in top shape. The exterior provides the first impression of your home, so put forth the effort to boost your curb appeal. Here’s how.
You want to get the best price for your house. You’re willing to do some remodeling – if it will deliver significant ROI. What’s worth the effort? Here are three projects worth considering and three that you can skip.
The kitchen: Kitchens sell homes. If your culinary centre is looking worse for the wear, it will likely turn off potential buyers. Updating your kitchen is a good way to increase the value and appeal of your home.
When you’re getting ready to list your house, the goal isn’t just to sell— it’s to sell quickly! The longer your house is on the market, the less likely it is to fetch top dollar.
Want to sell your house as quickly as possible? These tips are essential.
Hire a real estate agent and follow their advice
Every seller wants to maximize his or her profit. Partnering with a real estate agent is a great start. Homeowners can further increase their bottom line with a few simple steps. To get the most out of your house, complete the following before you list.
Hire your own home inspector. If a buyer’s inspector finds issues with your home, you can expect your profit to shrink. Stay one step ahead by hiring your own home inspector to unearth any potential issues.
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