Selling your home during the cold months presents unique challenges. Check out these 7 winter open house tips for seller success.
As Canadian housing prices continue their rising trend, it’s no surprise that homeowners want the most out of their investment. And, while house flipping shows make value-adding renos seem a breeze, such projects aren’t always necessary – and some can even hurt the value of your home. Here, our friends from The Housing Block share tips on whether you really need those renos.
Looking to put your home on the market? Don’t sell yourself short by failing to upgrade it before hand. Our friends from The Housing Block share their top 10 ways to amp up your home’s market appeal.
Housing prices in Canada have been rising sharply for several years now- and those who bought in softer market conditions may have seen a tidy return on their home purchase. But is it possible to time the market and cash out of your home investment? And is it worth the risk and additional moving costs?
Buying a new home, but haven’t sold your old one yet? You may need bridge financing in the meantime. Here’s what buyers should know.
Toronto is the only city in Ontario where buyers must pay double land transfer tax – but with the Ontario election looming, the issue may arise in other cities.
Should you sell the family home? This question is pondered by many retirees as they consider the cost savings of downsizing to a condo. It’s a tough decision, and one recently made by Money Wise writer Sean Cooper’s mother. Read on for her selling and buying experience.
It’s never easy to leave a place you’ve fondly called home, but if you’re experiencing feelings of deep regret, anxiety or loss over your home sale, you could be suffering from seller’s remorse. Read on to learn more about this phenomenon, and how to tell if you’re truly ready to put your home on the market.
Looking to sell your home? Don’t forget to boost its visibility with the latest online marketing tactics. Check out this breakdown of what works, and what it’ll cost you.
Real estate in Canada remains strong despite rising mortgage rates – how do we compare with global housing markets?