The process of getting a property ready to put on the market can seem daunting enough. There’s clearing the clutter, endless amounts of cleaning, organizing and scrutinizing your property with a fine-tooth comb. What needs attention and what can you leave alone?

by Cara Ameer | Jul 18

When investors purchase foreclosures through the multiple listing services, they are usually able to gain access to the interior of the property before making an offer and know that they will be guaranteed clear title before they close.

by Dino Ascari | Jun 30

Landscaping can be a major contributor to a home’s value and could potentially influence an owner’s ability to sell the property. According to a National Association of Landscape Professionals survey, 84 percent of Americans agree that the quality of a home’s landscaping would affect their decision to buy the home.

by Scott Robinson | Jun 7

Real estate companies are quickly adopting drone technology as it offers them a new way to catch the eyes of potential buyers. Here is what you need to know to sell a house successfully with the help of aerial photography.

by Chris Stoddart | Jun 6

Whether it’s better to buy new or pre-owned property is a frequently asked question. Accordingly, there are some commonly accepted guidelines: new property includes newly-built, off-plan and homes acquired within five years of commissioning while pre-owned homes and apartments are older than five years or have already changed hands once. They are also referred to as the primary and secondary market property.

by Yulia Kozhevnikova | Nov 2
For savings and safety, don't neglect ducts
by Paul Bianchina | Apr 20
Redefining 'outdoor living'
by Arrol Gellner | Mar 23
Wood exterior can be beautiful ... maintenance is another matter
by Arrol Gellner | Jul 1