HomeLife Power Realty Inc., Brokerage*'s blog
The question of where the best place is to retire has been a topic of conversation in many households. There is one thought that you need to move far away to enjoy retirement or you can “age in place” and stay in the home and neighbourhood you know and love, close to family, friends and frequented places.
More and more people are being told to self-isolate after returning from trips outside of Canada or coming into contact with someone who may have been exposed to COVID-19.
While it may be scary for some to think about isolating themselves from family and friends, public health experts say it will be key in halting the spread of the coronavirus. Here are some tips Ontario Public Health on how to properly self-isolate:
If you are looking to purchase a home or sell a real estate property, having a skilled and experienced agent is essential. It can sometimes be hard to find; relying solely on online reviews and testimonials will only tell you half the story. Consider the following tips to unveil an accurate representation of potential real estate agents.
Ask friends/family for referrals
The goal is to secure the next appointment before the current conversation or appointment is over.
Here are some easy-to-implement, but often not-so-obvious ways to add value and keep a new client interested and engaged in you:
January is the time when everyone is setting New Year’s resolutions for their professional and personal lives, but all too often, those goals and aspirations are abandoned by February. So, how can you keep those New Year’s resolutions and stay motivated?
Here are five ways that real estate agents can stay motivated all year long, even when times get tough.
No matter where you’re coming from, heading straight ahead into a career that is paid completely on commission is scary. From my personal experience, and from listening to the challenges of my coaching clients,
Here are my top four recommendations to get you off the bench and into the game:
While the real estate market differs from the traditional market in that price is often a secondary requirement to a property’s amenities and location, appropriate pricing is still important to consider. However, pricing appropriately can be a challenge in a market that is both changing and also lends itself to less urgency in sellers who don’t necessarily need an immediate profit from their home.
House flipping has been on the rise for some time and with a number of popular house flipping television shows being broadcasted daily across the country, it is easy to see why it is so appealing. A short, thirty-minute episode makes the overall process look pretty easy to flip a home and resell it for a large profit, but don’t be fooled!