The Escape Clause, AKA ‘The Bump Clause’

Sometimes conditional offers have within their conditions an ‘escape clause’.  An escape clause is commonly found when there are conditions within an offer that will take longer than the typical 7-10 day time frame for the Buyer to meet.  A good example of this type of situation would be an offer conditional on the sale […]

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What Happens After you Accept an Offer

You’ve accepted an offer on your home, and you might be wondering what’s next? Offers to purchase can be either conditional or unconditional. If you have accepted an unconditional offer, that is fantastic!  You now have a legally binding firm sale and your Real Estate Agent will be excited to put the SOLD sign up!  […]

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Another Way; Reclaiming an Old Homestead

I recently represented Buyer Clients in their purchase of an old log house homestead. The property was beautiful, and at one time, this farm was bustling with productivity and family. In its current state, the home was labelled a tear down, as often these days homes and buildings in need of refurbishment and modernization often […]

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Exterior Listing Photographs

Change your Exterior Listing Photographs in June

Here is an important tip for those Sellers who may have listed their homes in April or May, or even earlier. Typically exterior listing photographs taken in the early Spring will have snow in them.  However, now that the snow is finally all gone, it’s time to update your exterior photographs. Pictures are worth more […]

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2016 RE/MAX Award Recipient

Earlier this year RE/MAX recognized top sales producers throughout the organization for their hard work and dedication to their clients and businesses. I am very pleased and incredibly grateful to have been recognized with the RE/MAX 100 Percent Club Award for my sales performance in 2016. This was my first year achieving this level of […]

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