June 2019

Found 4 blog entries for June 2019.

Sellers don’t need to jump on the latest home trends in order to really wow potential buyers. There are lots of classic upgrades and fixes that homeowners can use to make their homes more attractive to buyers. Updating their homes in small ways can often be just as dramatic as removing walls and other huge remodels. Buyers like to see a potential home as a clean slate where they can add their own touches to a stylish and charming home. Here are a few ways that sellers can create the blank canvas that buyers want to see using timeless and classic upgrades and fixes:

Invest In New Siding

New siding can be an expensive investment for sellers but it’s something that will really wow potential buyers. Upgrading the siding to a modern material like carbon

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Digital staging is quickly becoming a popular way to show listings. These days most home buyers spend at least some time looking at listings online before contacting an agent about homes they want to see. With digital staging and innovative use of technology buyers who are interested in a home can see that home perfectly staged online to decide if the house is the right one for them. This is great for agents and home sellers even though digital staging can be a little expensive. Here’s why digital staging is better for sellers and agents than just regular listings:

Digital Staging Saves Time and Money

edmonton real estate agentsThanks to digital staging there are no more wasted hours spent on open houses or showings that don’t lead to offers. People browsing through homes

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Hollick Kenyon Edmonton Real Estate Statistics June 3 -2019

Lowest price MLS listing in Hollick Kenyon Edmonton is $150,000 for 2 bedrooms and 2 bath condo 893 sq feet and Highest Listing Price is $748,999 for a fully finished two story with 5 Bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, 3443 sq feet with triple attached garage asking $363 per sq feet.  Average List price is $331,688.  Average Listing days in Hollick Kenyon Edmonton is 57 days.

   

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As more and more home buyers turn to online listings, video tours, and other digital tools to buy homes many in the real estate industry are wondering if open houses are still a viable way to sell houses. There’s no hard and fast answer to that question, but there’s also no doubt that for many agents open houses aren’t worth the cost and the hassle.

Open Houses Are Expensive And Time Consuming

open houseThrowing an open house requires a lot of preparation and planning and also they can be quite expensive. Making sure that the time is in good shape to be viewed, buying food and drinks and decorations as well as having piles of brochures and other paperwork printed can cost quite a bit. Agents need to give up an entire day, and sometimes an entire weekend to be

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