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Who are you Taking your Real Estate Advice From?

Who are you taking your Real Estate advice from? One of the most valuable pieces of real estate advice that I would give to any first time or second time home buyer is to really consider who you are taking your advice from. It is natural to talk with our families, friends and co workers […]

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How to Declutter a Home When it’s Time to Sell

How to declutter a home when it’s time to sell- it’s a question that I get asked frequently when meeting with potential seller clients for the first time. They want to know what in particular they should remove to help their home show at its best. We all know that clean, open, and decluttered spaces […]

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September 2019 Thunder Bay Real Estate Board Market Statistics

The September 2019 Thunder Bay Real Estate Board Market Statistics are out! Overall, residential average sales prices are up 4%, however, the total number of residential listings are down 18% AND the total number of residential sales are actually down 25% YTD. Average Days on Market across the board in September for Residential Units is […]

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5 Tips to Help your Home Sell Quickly

If you are getting ready to list your home for sale, there are definitely some small but impactful things that you can do to help your home sell quickly. In addition to the critical importance of having the right pricing and marketing strategy right from the get go, there are 5 areas of improvement that […]

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Real Estate Contracts: Get it in Writing, Be Specific

When it comes to negotiating real estate contracts, and just about anything for that matter, it is very important to get every point in writing. Being as clear and as concise as possible in the language that we use on real estate  contracts is critical.  Seasoned Real Estate Professionals know that vague clauses on contracts […]

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