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Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board sold 1,167 residential properties in March through the Board’s Multiple Listing Service® system, compared with 1,388 in March 2012, a decrease of 15.9 per cent.
“The Ottawa market has been described as steady ...
Selling a house involves more than just putting a house up for sale. In order to stand out among all of the houses for sale, you need to market your house to potential buyers, make sure your home listing is ...
Selling a house can be stressful. Making the decision, preparing the house for sale, keeping it clean, waiting for a buyer, dealing with offers, and advancing to the closing table – all of these steps can involve discomfort. This is ...
Experienced agents understand how to accurately price your home and make it stand out in the market. They also have access to a vast referral network, enabling them to connect with potential buyers across town or around the world.
Here ...

Smart, competitive pricing is essential. When you price too high, your home stays on the market longer, prolonging the process and increasing your expenses along the way.
Home Seller Mistake No. 1: Pricing Too High
“I can always lower ...

Potential buyers get an impression of your home , either positive or negative, within 30 seconds of walking through the door. Having them see your home in tip-top selling shape is an absolute must.
There are countless ways to ...
Easily fixed pipes or a few outdated electrical outlets are no reason to back out of a deal. However, other issues that come up during a home inspection should give you pause to think about whether or not to proceed.

In your excitement to buy a home, it’s easy to miss a small crack in the foundation, some leaky pipes under the house, or a roof that needs to be replaced.
The sellers worked hard to make the home ...

Here are few common problems that general home inspections bring to light.
1. Plumbing:
• Leaking around exposed pipes, particularly with washing machines.
• Outdated pipes. It’s common to find old Polyethylene pipes, which your inspector will ...
Attend your home inspection to see first-hand what the inspector notes, and learn some important details about the house , like how to use the water, sprinklers, heater, electricity, etc.
When attending your inspection:

• Wear casual clothes and ...