You are really making progress! You’ve had a professional stager evaluate the condition of your property and you’ve completed the recommended repairs and updates. You’ve had a pre-sale inspection done and taken care of any issues that were discovered. The cleaner has been scheduled. Your stager is coming in to merchandise every space specifically for … Continue reading Selling Your Property| 2018 |Tip 3
My second tip is to selling your property in 2018 is time Give yourself the time you need to properly prepare your property for sale. You want to present a finished product to potential buyers not a work in progress. If you want to sell your property quickly and for the most money possible you … Continue reading Selling Your Property|2018| Tip 2
I just love how easy it is to search for properties now! With the click of a button or a touch of a screen, I can look for properties in any area of the city, with any number of bedrooms and bathrooms, with or without a pool, garage or yard. What used to take hours … Continue reading Selling your Property| 2018
Typically, the period between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day are considered to be a “no sale” period in the real estate market. It’s true, there are fewer buyers out there looking for properties and there are fewer properties to look at. Why not turn those perceived disadvantages into advantages? If there are fewer properties on the … Continue reading Should You List Your Property Over the Holidays?
The goal of the Holiday Decor Consultation is to take some of the stress out of the holidays by creating a beautiful home that is perfect for entertaining while respecting and working with, your current style. The consultation process actually begins when you first contact me. I'll ask you a series of questions that will help … Continue reading So, what is a holiday decor consultation?
Vintage style typically makes use of antiques, old St. Nicks and muted colours although, I'm seeing a lot of vintage elements added to the previously described styles and something that can best be described as shabby chic. The two examples above show vintage ornaments but the use of the pale pinks and off-white create a … Continue reading What’s Your Christmas Style? Vintage
Not everyone lives near the coast but that doesn't mean you can't use a coastal style for your holiday decor. Typical elements of this style are the use of blues with white and shells such as starfish and sand-dollars. You may also see the addition of small boats, life-preservers, fish net and even some small, … Continue reading What’s your Christmas Style? Coastal