The mention of “mold” during a real-estate transaction can raise a lot of red flags. Learn when you should be worried and when it’s not a big deal.
A hike in interest rates usually means that affordability for buyers goes down, which might affects prices. But there’s a upside for buyers as well…
Accepting an offer in second position has upsides and downsides. Learn about the best situations when for making and accepting second offers and when to avoid it.
A seller’s declaration not only reveals basic facts about the home, but also any issues that have come up. It’s therefore important to protect the seller’s interests, too.
A look at the real estate market in the Hudson, Saint-Lazare and Vaudreuil areas in the second quarter of 2022.
Learn about medial sale prices and home price growth in Saint-Lazare, Hudson and Vaudreuil in our monthly market update.
Curb appeal does matter, but it’s easy to get carried away. Learn about 10 cost-effective ways to spruce up your property and increase your home value.
Our homes are often the most significant asset we own. To get the best price, learn about how professionals determine how much a home is worth.
Location factors can significantly increase the value of a home, but they can also lower it. Learn about the biggest positive and negative location factors that affect the price of a listing.
Usually, the buyer will carry out an inspection before making an offer. But there are significant upsides for the seller to pay for their own pre-listing inspection.
If you’re living in Rigaud, Saint-Lazare, Hudson and Vaudreuil, and want to know how the market affects your home price, this post is for you.
When is it necessary to order a new certificate of location and when can you just keep the old one?
Buyer conditions can lengthen the selling proccess. While there is no general answer, here are the most common conditions and timeframes you can expect.
When a property is being sold “without legal warranty”, alarm bells might go off. Learn about why sellers chose that and how you are still protected by the law.
How much is too much? Do you need staging? What are the “must do’s”? And what are the absolute “dont’s” when preparing your home for a buyer’s visit?
It’s easy for cash investors to waive the condition to sell their own house before buying. But what about the rest of us?