View a feature sheet for this upgraded apartment on the 4th floor of Reflections at Laurelwood in Waterloo.
More information about this property: 410-776 Laurelwood Dr.
In today's highly competitive real estate market, the key to selling your home is being able to attract buyers to your listing. When you're selling your home, it's important to remember that you're in competition with every other similarly priced listing in your area. To win buyers, you need your home to stand out from all the rest.
Here is an interesting article from HouseLogic.com on the value of maintaining your home:
If you think home maintenance is an unavoidable series of weekend-eating chores, remember the age-old advice of Benjamin Franklin: "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." The fact is, proactive maintenance is essential to preserving the value of your home-without it, your home could lose 10% of its value. Regular, routine maintenance enhances curb appeal, ensures safety, and prevents neglected upkeep from turning into costly major repairs.
You know, many of my friends and past clients have no plans to move in the near future. Still, some wonder what their homes would sell for in today's market. It's like owning any kind of investment. You don't necessarily want to part with it, but you still want to know what it's worth!
So if you're curious about the current market value of your home, get in touch. I'd be happy to provide you with that information, which would largely be based on what similar homes in your area have sold for recently.
In fact, please feel free to call or email me with any questions you have regarding real estate!
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According this press release from the Kitchener-Waterloo Association of REALTORS® (KWAR), the average price of a single detached house sold on the MLS® in March 2014 was virtually unchanged when compared to a year ago. Read the press release below.
A Slower March to Spring - Kitchener-Waterloo Home Sales
Kitchener-Waterloo, ON (April 3, 2014) -- Residential property sales through the Multiple Listing System (MLS® System) of the Kitchener-Waterloo Association of REALTORS® (KWAR), were down 12 percent last month, compared to March 2013. There were 536 residential sales reported during the month of March, 23 percent more than in February.
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A Coldwell Banker Buyer's Representative represents you, the home buyer, during every step of the real estate transaction.
In fact, a Buyer's Representative has a legal responsibility to home buyers. That means your interest and preferences are always our first consideration, from the moment you start looking to the moment you close.
This type of focus and dedication allows you to shop for a home with the ease and confidence of knowing you have someone looking out for your best interests.
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Receiving an offer to purchase is one of the most emotionally charged events in the entire selling process. Sellers should try to bear this in mind, and make a conscious effort to stand back and take an objective view of the situation. Most real estate professionals have seen sellers who let their personal attachment to their home cloud their judgment. Their emotional reaction makes them lose sight of the importance of working with an offer, even if it's a low one.
Sometimes when an offer comes in that is quite low, homeowners take it as a personal insult. They react so strongly that they just refuse the offer out of hand. If you let this happen to you, then you could be missing out.