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  • January: Will An Open House Help Sell Your Home

  • January: What Home Inspectors See that You Can’t
  • February: How the Wrong Pricing Strategy Can Cost You Thousands
  • March : Surprising Ways Buyers Find Homes
  • April: Should You Move or Renovate?
  • May: Making “Neighbourhood Targeting” Work for You
  • June: Not-So-Obvious Reasons to Meet with a REALTOR®
  • July: Finding the Listing Price "Tipping Points"
  • August: How Much Time Should You Spend Viewing Homes
  • September: When It Come To Offers, its Not Always About Price
  • October: Selling A Home In A Crowed Market
  • November: Are You Ready To Buy Up?
  • December: What Does A Property Surveyor Do?

  • January: Your Home at a Glance
  • February: Deciding on the Discretionary Move
  • March: How Much of a New Home Can You Afford?
  • April: How to Help Sell Your Home Quickly
  • May: Upgrades That Hold Their Value
  • June: Should You Sell First and Buy Later? Or Vice-Versa?
  • July: The “3 Up” Strategy for Selling Your Home Quickly
  • August: Discovering that a home you like has “issues”
  • September: How to Deal with a Low-Ball Offer
  • October: What Buyers Don’t Want to See in Your Backyard
  • November: When Is the Right Time to Talk to a REALTOR®?
  • December: Should You “High Ball” Your Listing Price?

  • March: When to call a REALTOR®
  • April: Getting the Most From an Open House
  • May: Taking the “Scary” Out of Real Estate
  • June: Pack Your Memories Away
  • July: Be Sure to Plan for the “Pet Issue”
  • August: The Importance Of Reading & Understanding An Offer
  • September: What Home Buyers Love to See
  • October: Selling Your Home Doesn't Have To Be Overwhelming
  • November; You Don't Notice It – But Most Buyers Will.
  • December: 5 Unusual (but effective) Home Staging Ideas