Despite what you've heard, winter can actually work to a home seller's advantage. With fewer homes on the market, it's easier to stand out with some home staging—i.e., a few little tweaks to presentation that make your place shine like that crown jewel you know it can be.
Move over, summer real estate market: An increasing number of Canadians, including first-time homebuyers, are turning to winter house hunting. Here are five reasons why the off-season may be the most magical time of the year…to buy your first home!
It’s easy to get carried away during the festive season, but you can rein in spending without feeling like your home is missing out. Here are some budget-friendly holiday decorating ideas to help make it look like you pulled out all the stops.
Selling your home in the winter means paying careful attention to staging techniques. Why not take advantage of the drop in temperature (and perhaps a sheet of fresh snow) to help make your home feel warm and inviting? Be sure to notch up your furnace a few degrees and get the fireplace roaring to woo potential buyers.
The days are getting shorter and when sunlight is at a premium, it’s no surprise we want to maximize the brightness in our homes. If your space is starved for some essential vitamin D, try these tips that will make your rooms lighter and brighter.
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