October 2017

Found 3 blog entries for October 2017.

The brisk air, falling leaves and farmers markets mean the fall season is officially here. It also means you need to prepare your home before relaxing for the winter season. You can start preparing your home by checking out the following October to-do list.

Tidy Up The Mudroom:
Freshen up your mudroom by sorting through the mail and putting away the summer items. You should also clean the floors and invest in a fall themed doormat.

Decorate With Natural Elements: Dress your home up with pumpkins, gourds, apples, foliage and branches. You can find the elements at the farmer market or your own backyard.

Prepare For Colder Temperatures: Start preparing for the cold weather by vacuuming the radiators, heating grates

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 ways to save when selling

Are you thinking about selling your house or other real estate that you own? If so, it is important to follow some of these guidelines to help you get the most out of your Calgary, AB real estate and that can possibly save you thousands of dollars in the future. Although this is not a comprehensive list of everything that needs to be followed when deciding to sell your real estate, it does contain important items experienced by CIR Realty and J Purcell & Associates which can play a big role for most sellers.

Make sure you list your property with a REALTOR®. As members of the National Association of REALTORS®, each member adheres to a strict code of ethics that provide a wide variety of benefits for buyers and sellers. Not all real estate agents

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Price is the most important factor to consider when selling. So when pricing a home to sell, should you list competitively, or should you speculate a bit and see if you will catch the 'big fish'? We will take a look at both options, and then consider how this applies to the current Calgary, AB real estate market. 

Pricing your home low...

Let's pretend you have your home listed for sale, assuming an average home price of ~$400,000.. What would happen if the real estate market suddenly shifted in favour of sellers, and you had priced your home off comparable properties that were now outdated (your priced too low)? In this case, you would likely have an offer on your home within a couple days and within 98-100% of your list price (let's say you

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