Bring Some “BLING” to a Dated Home Through Virtual Staging, by Patricia Poohachoff

Are you looking at purchasing a “fixer upper”, but can’t see past a shag carpet, old kitchen, or that pink wall?  Are you trying to sell a dated property?  Do you have the time or resources to renovate your home to make it more desirable for potential buyers?  What do your photos in real estate […]

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Perception IS Reality in Real Estate

An interesting thing that I have noted after showing many different properties of all sizes, categories, and price ranges is that once a Buyer forms a perception of a property, that perception very quickly becomes reality.  Oftentimes, that reality is nearly impossible to shake, once formed.  It becomes etched in a Buyers mind, forever impacting […]

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5 Great Mobile Apps for House Hunters

Home buying can be an incredibly overwhelming experience.  Thankfully there are many great mobile apps out there that are specifically geared towards simplifying the home buying process.  From home search tools, to apps that help keep all of your information organized, to apps that provide you with specific neighborhood information, home buyers today have many […]

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Social Media And Real Estate

The other day, a very interesting thing happened.  After submitting an offer for a Buyer Client, the Buyer called me to mention that the Seller had visited her Profile on LinkedIn.  Obviously, the Seller was interested in determining what level of risk might be associated with accepting an offer from this particular Buyer.  I hear […]

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My New Website Just Launched!

Pssst!  I have something very exciting to share with you!  After quite a few months of hard work and lots of brainstorming, I am finally ready to launch my new Thunder Bay Real Estate website.  The launch coincides with a fresh new ‘brand’, a fun monthly newsletter that I really hope you will look forward […]

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