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April 2021 Real Estate Market Update

Click here to watch it! I hope you’re enjoying the spring season so far! I have a quick question for you: What kind of professional do you like to work with? For me — whether it’s an accountant, lawyer or investment advisor — I prefer to work with someone who ...

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Bathroom Staging Tips from Professional Home Stagers

There’s a reason why there are “kitchen and bath” stores, and even design magazines devoted to these rooms. A well-staged kitchen and bathroom can make the entire home look better. So, it’s no surprise that professional home stagers pay particular attention to these spaces. What do these pros have to ...

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March ’21 Cochrane Real Estate Update

It’s not uncommon for people to think of a real estate agent as someone who only helps buy or sell properties. And, of course, that’s a big part of what I do for my clients. But you may not realize that I do a lot more. For example, if you ...

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Cutting Down the Time it Takes to Prepare your Home For Sale

If you’re thinking of listing your property, one thing that might be holding you back is concern about preparing your home for sale. You may be wondering how much work there will be. Is it going to take a couple of months? A couple of weeks? A few days? That, ...

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Is it Time to Re-Shingle Your Roof?

No matter what you think of snakes, you must agree that they have a unique way of dealing with worn-out skin. When the time comes, they simply shed it — like an old jacket — revealing a fresh new skin underneath.  Your home’s roof doesn’t have that advantage! So, when ...

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Dealing with Stress when Selling Your Home

Let’s face it. Planning events, even exciting ones like an overseas vacation, can be stressful. So, it’s not surprising that some homeowners — even those thrilled about moving — can slip into “worry mode” when putting their property up for sale.  Unfortunately, this anxiety can make the process of selling ...

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Should You Sell in a Slow Season?

A slow real estate season is defined as a period of time that has less activity — fewer listings, fewer transactions, etc. — than other times of the year. In many areas, the slow season is in the winter, but it can be at other times as well. The question ...

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Feb ’21 Calgary Real Estate Market Update

Calgary Real Estate Update Click here to watch it! A big benefit of having a professional you can trust is knowing that you never have to go it alone. For example, if you work with a good tax accountant, you never have to search the internet trying to find an answer ...

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Feb ’21 Cochrane Real Estate Update

Cochrane Real Estate Update!!. Click here to watch it! A big benefit of having a professional you can trust is knowing that you never have to go it alone. For example, if you work with a good tax accountant, you never have to search the internet trying to find an answer ...

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Making your Main Floor Show Well

Where do buyers form the most lasting impression of a home for sale that they visit? On the main floor! When buyers view a property, they often spend a lot of time on the main floor, thinking and imagining. They visualize cooking in the kitchen, having family dinners in the ...

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