You may ask yourselves various questions about home-selling. Don’t panic, in this short fragment of text, I will try the answer the following question: when should I sell my house? When is the right time to put your house on sale? Here are three reasons that will hopefully convince you fellow owners to put your beautiful property on sale when the sun is out!
The view of your property (Landscape)
First of all, we all need to agree that Quebec is a place where people live one of the coldest winters each year. Don’t you think that your house looks prettier with a clean lawn or with a giant pile of snow at the front of it? Think about the landscape too, visitors would prefer seeing the house during summer, when the leaves are still on their branches and the river’s not frozen.
If you’re a new skeptical couple thinking about buying a property for the first time, you should take advice from this guide below. These are some tips and tricks that will help you fellow buyers out.
How to prepare yourself to own a home
Selling your home specially if you've never done it before can be surprisingly time-consuming and emotionally challenging strangers will poke around your closets and cabinets they will criticize a place that's probably become more than just four walls and a roof to you and then to top it all off they might offer you less than what you think your home is worth when entering into such a complex emotional transaction it's easy for you to make mistakes but action Read More…
Île-des-Sœurs, May 6, 2015 - The Greater Montréal Real Estate Board (GMREB) has just released its most recent residential real estate market statistics for the Montréal Census Metropolitan Area (CMA), based on the real estate brokers’ Centris® provincial database. In total, 4,680 residential sales were concluded in April 2015, a 12 per cent increase compared to April 2014. This was the most active month of April since 2012 and the largest increase in sales in 35 months.
“The real estate market is currently benefiting from historically low financing rates as well as a boost in employment in the Montréal Metropolitan Area,” said François Bissonnette, President of the GMREB Board of Directors.