Monthly Archives: November 2014

An Insider’s Guide to the Home Inspection Process

In Tammy Samuels' recent blog post, this Guelph real estate agent gives advice to homeowners on how to stage effectively stage a home for sale.

Before selling a property, sellers are often required to go through a home inspection with a specialist. The home inspection process involves a thorough review of the home’s equipment, to ensure each item is working to optimal capacity for the new buyers. To help sellers streamline their home inspections, this blog will provide a guide … Read More

3 Tips for Winning a Property Bidding War

In Tammy Samuels' recent blog post, this Guelph real estate agent provides 3 expert tips for winning a property bidding war.

Your perfect home might also be someone else’s ideal property. In this situation, two parties might find themselves bidding against one another to achieve the seller’s approval. It’s important that, during this process, you remain calm and focused on both your budget and your future requirements. Winning a bidding war requires an understanding of the … Read More

5 Features of Strong Online Listings

In Tammy Samuels' recent blog post, this Guelph real estate agent gives advice on the five features that makeup a strong online real estate listing.

The modern buyer begins their home search online. They’ll likely enter their preferred location into a search engine and ask for listings from that area. This means that sellers must ensure their properties are available for review online. But simply placing a property’s listings details online isn’t enough to capture market attention when there are … Read More

How to Identify “Overpriced” Property

In Tammy Samuels' recent blog post, this Guelph real estate agent looks at several ways buyers can identify  homes that are overpriced within the Canadian real estate market.

With the Canadian real estate market going from strength-to-strength in recent years, many buyers are finding that their home purchase price is higher than they had anticipated at the beginning of the property search. In a strong market, with robust pricing, it can be difficult to know which homes are overpriced given the area and … Read More