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Diffusing Disputes with Neighbors

Even if you live in a beautiful home in a great community, a dispute with a neighbor can make living there a miserable experience. That’s why it makes sense to settle such disputes quickly and amicably. How do you do that? Here are some tips: Deal with the issue quickly. It’s tempting ...

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Understanding how Homes are Priced

Whether you plan on putting your home on the market someday soon, or you’re just interested in how much your property is worth from an investment perspective, it makes sense to know how homes are priced. When a home goes on the market, there is an overwhelmingly high probability that it ...

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Viewing your Home From a Buyer’s Perspective

There is an old adage in marketing and sales: Before trying to sell something, you need to put yourself in the buyer’s shoes. When it’s time to sell your home, you’ll need to do the same thing. Imagine that you’re the potential buyer and then view your property from that ...

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S.M.A.R.T. Get Smart With Your Success Goals

At this time of year, people traditionally set goals for next year. Do you have something you want to achieve over the coming months? If so, then you’ll have a much better chance of reaching your goal if you make it “SMART”. SMART is an acronym that refers to the five ...

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HOW TO PAY OFF YOUR MORTGAGE 10 YEARS EARLY AND SAVE $72,000 IN THE PROCESS

HOW TO PAY OFF YOUR MORTGAGE 10 YEARS EARLY AND SAVE $72,000 IN THE PROCESS A mortgage is the single largest debt the average Canadian or American will ever have to pay off. How about paying off your mortgage in 5 years…or 10 years? Well, that’s a goal many a homeowner ...

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Who Pays the Real Estate Agent When You Buy or Sell a Home?

    For both buyers and sellers, the help of a knowledgeable broker is valuable, but who pays for the services of the real estate agent? If you're about to start your home-buying journey, you're likely thinking about hiring a real estate agent. Buyers and sellers are responsible for paying for different fees, so it's ...

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