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Putting Chattels and Fixtures onto Paper

Putting Chattels and Fixtures onto Paper
by Scott Piercy, April 14th, 2014

When you line up a buyer for your home, you will need to create an agreement that details everything that is to be sold with the house, and everything that is leaving with you. These items are referred to as chattels and fixtures. A chattel is a moveable item, like some appliances, furniture or area rugs. A fixture is a non-moveable item, such as built-in appliances and lights. Read

The Home Buying Checklist
by Scott Piercy, April 11th, 2014

Buying a home is a daunting task, whether you are new to the experience or you have done it before. If it is your first time, you may not have a clear idea of what needs to be done to get you from renting to owning. Here is a quick list of things you will need to do, to get you into a new home. Read

Why A Realtor is an Excellent Idea

Why A Realtor is an Excellent Idea
by Scott Piercy, April 9th, 2014

Whether you are buying or selling your home for the first time or the fifth time, it pays to have someone on your side. Having a good real estate agent on hand can take a lot of weight off your shoulders in what can sometimes be a stressful situation. Here are some of the reasons why hiring a real estate agent is an excellent idea: Read

Knowing All the Costs

Knowing All the Costs
by Scott Piercy, April 7th, 2014

Before buying a new home, it’s a good idea to be aware of all the additional costs that come with buying a new home. On top of the deposit and the actual price of the home, there are extra fees associated with buying a home that can add up to a pretty substantial amount. Read

The Top 7 Buyer’s Tips

The Top 7 Buyer’s Tips
by Scott Piercy, April 6th, 2014

Buying a new home, whether it’s your first time or your fifth, can be a daunting experience. It pays to have a plan before beforehand. Here are the top 7 things a potential buyer needs to do before buying a new home. Read

Creating Curb Appeal

Creating Curb Appeal
by Scott Piercy, April 4th, 2014

By creating curb appeal for your home, you are improving the first impression that potential buyers will make about your house. Sometimes, the curb appeal can mean the difference between a buyer wanting to see inside or leaving before even viewing the home. Read

The Top 7 Seller’s Tips

The Top 7 Seller’s Tips
by Scott Piercy, April 2nd, 2014

Selling your home can be a daunting task, whether it’s your first time or your fifth. In the best of circumstances, the selling process can be nerve-wracking. This is where having a solid plan can give you an edge, and make the whole event that much easier Read

Planning, promoting and presenting… these are the 3 key factors in creating your Open House

3 Key Factors in Creating Your Open House
by Scott Piercy, March 27th, 2014

Planning, promoting and presenting, these are the 3 key factors in creating your Open House. When you are selling your home, the most effective way to attract potential buyers is to hold an Open House. To have a successful Open House, you need to plan it, promote it, and present it. Here are some things you need to consider when putting your event together: Read

Welcome to the Garden City!

Welcome to the Garden City!
by Scott Piercy, March 26th, 2014

If you ask anyone who lives here, they will probably say that Victoria is one of the best places in Canada to live. We enjoy a rich history, a climate that is the mildest in all of Canada, an abundance of entertainment to suit any taste, and continued growth as British Columbia’s capital city. Simply put, there is something here for everyone. Read

Choosing the Right Neighbourhood

What is Important to You in a Neighborhood?
by Scott Piercy, March 24th, 2014

When you are buying a new home, choosing the right neighborhood is as important as choosing the right home. After all, a house won’t feel right if you don’t like the neighborhood it’s in. So, when you are considering what neighborhood you want to live in, it pays to ask yourself some key questions. Read

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