Simmy Goenka's blog
You know that expression about loose lips sinking ships? It holds true for selling your home as well. Sure, there are some things you have to disclose to buyers—such as if your home has lead paint or is located in a flood zone. But there’s plenty more you might volunteer when you would be truly better off keeping your mouth strategically shut.
When potential buyers drive up to your home, they’re full of hope.
They imagine themselves baking in the kitchen and their kids playing in the yard. Most of all they think: “Could this be my home?”
The landscape of real estate evolved in 2015. As we move into a new year, it’s the perfect time to reflect on popular topics and trends. And one core theme is certain: the definition of a home is no longer a cookie-cutter description.
Our homes are an extension of who we are: what we do within the walls of our abodes shapes our mood, affects our productivity, and influences our outlook on life. Scientific studies have shown that we can have an impact on our happiness by adjusting the tiny little habits and routines that constitute our daily lives — we are, in fact, in control of our outlook on life.
WATERLOO REGION – Home values continue to rise, with the aggregated price of a residence in one of the region’s cities hitting $341,799 during the fourth quarter of last year – a 5.5 per cent increase.
That’s according to the recently released Royal LePage Home Price Survey.
If you have heard anything about the Internet of Things (IoT), it may sound like something straight out of science fiction. Or at least The Jetsons.
Your refrigerator orders groceries automatically when it’s low on supplies.