Fine Tuning Your Home Search

The Thunder Bay Real Estate market is crazier than ever, and houses are moving faster than ever and usually in multiple offer situations.  Buyers that are waiting for Saturday and Sunday Open Houses to check out the properties that they are interested in risk losing out.  In Thunder Bay, it’s more important now than ever […]

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The 3 Biggest Seller Mistakes

Are you getting ready to list your home for sale?  Like most Sellers, I am sure that you want to make sure that you are getting the highest price possible, in the shortest time frame possible, and obviously with the least amount of problems possible.  After all, this has been your biggest investment to date. […]

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Friday Fun: Worst Possible MLS Photos

Today is Friday, and Friday’s should be Fun!  I decided to have a little fun of my own, and after a week of Blog posts focusing on perception and the value of staging your home for sale, I thought a little change might be in order. Here are some examples of what NOT to do, […]

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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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