While magazine photos of beautifully styled kitchens with open shelving and matching knickknacks organized just-so on the counter can look chic enough to trigger a serious case of kitchen envy, this type of setup may not be practical for everyone. In fact, the concept of openly displaying dishes and other essentials can end up being more work to maintain, and cause more stress than a regular kitchen setup with closed cupboards.
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Your Listing Salesperson has no doubt explained the importance of painting your home before it goes on the market, in order to freshen it up and boost its sales appeal. But did you know the actual color of paint you choose can not only increase (or decrease) interest in your home, but can also influence the price you sell your home for?
As we head into cold and flu season, it’s worth taking note of these household ideas to keep germs at bay.
Technology is being developed faster than most of us can keep up with these days, and there are so many interesting ways to incorporate it into our homes, whether for our own use or to boost the interest in our house or condo when it comes time to put it on the market. Here are just some ways to update and connect your kitchen with technology.
Whether your garden covers an expanse of flowers, bushes and other greenery around your house, or whether you just have visions of tending a small vegetable patch in the back yard, you’ll want to focus on what you actually want to grow and not what tends to sprout out of nowhere — that would be those pesky weeds!
Spring is peak home-buying time. If you’re in the market for a new home this season, get a jump on your competition by ticking off these tasks before even beginning the home-hunting process.
There’s nothing that can change and refresh the look of a room faster and as cost-effectively as a fresh coat of paint. While big jobs, high ceilings and tight deadlines may necessitate the services of a professional painter, there are many other instances that are conducive to a successful DIY experience.
With an estimated 11,000 North Americans turning 65 every day, it’s safe to assume that more and more conversations are turning to housing considerations that will accommodate the aging population.
The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) announced a drop in sales of almost 35 percent in February, as the average selling price fell more than 12 percent to $767,818.
A positive or negative first impression makes all the difference when you’re showing your home, so make note of these tips to help you create the best initial reaction possible for potential homebuyers.