my listing: Luxury House for Rent - 22 Templar St, Brampton, Ontario L6Y 3A6 - 05/27/16 02:07 AM
Luxury brand new 5 bedroom detached house for rent near Eldorado Park in Brampton, Credit Valley, Creditview
22 Templar St Brampton,
Ontario L6Y 3A6
Never Lived In Luxurious 5 Bedroom Home In Prestigious Estates Of Creditview.
Features Include But Are Not Limited To; Double Car Garage With Direct Access To The House, Family Room With Gas Fireplace, 5 Spacious Bedrooms Filled With Sunlight, Modern Kitchen With Breakfast Bar, Hardwood Flooring Throughout Main Floor, Main Level Modern Laundry Room And Much More.
Your New Home Is Calling You - Move In And Enjoy!
All Existing Light Fixtures, Fridge, Stove, Built-In Dishwasher, Washer/Dryer, Gas Fireplace.
See more: http://marinag.ca/Property/Brampton-Ontario/6462228-22-Templar-St-Brampton-Ontario-W3507047
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my listing: Condo for sale - 5740 Yonge St, Unit 2110, Toronto, Ontario M2M 0B1 - 05/25/16 10:26 PM
1 bedroom + Den condo for sale in Toronto near Finch TTC Subway Station, Go Transit, Viva
5740 Yonge St, Unit 2110, Toronto, Ontario M2M 0B1
Fabulous 1 Bedroom Plus Den Unit With Large Balcony And Popular Open Concept Design In The Palm; Available With Parking. Famous Downtown City Place And Modern Condo Project W/Breathtaking City View. Walking Distance To Ttc, Go Finch, Viva Transit, Restaurants, Finance And Entertainment, Parks, Top Of The Line Amenities- Gym, Swimming Pool, Party Room, Meeting Room, Outstanding Patio. Call It Your New Home Or Enjoy As A Great Investment Property.
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my listing: Condo for Sale - 15 Iceboat Terr, Unit 2615, Toronto, Ontario M5V3Z7 - 04/12/16 10:22 PM
1 bedroom condo for sale in Toronto, Front/Spadina, Concord CityPlace
 
Fabulous 1 Bedroom Apartment With Large Balcony And Popular Open Concept Design In Parade 2 - Famous Downtown City Place And Modern Condo Project. Breathtaking City View. Walking Distance To Ttc, Banks, Sobey's, Restaurants, Finance And Entertainment Districts, Waterfront. Top Of The Line Amenities - Gym, Swimming Pool, Party Room With Glass Floor, Children Play Area. Call It Your New Home Or Enjoy As A Great Investment Property
 
 
15 Iceboat Terr, Unit 2615 Toronto,Ontario M5V3Z7
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my listing: Townhouse For Rent - 3345 Silverado Dr, Unit 41, Mississauga, L5A3Y8 - 03/31/16 07:16 AM
Bright And Spacious 3 Bedroom Townhouse In Excellent High Demand Location. Surrounded By Mature Trees. Large Updated Kitchen With Breakfast Area, Sun Filled Living Room With Wood Burning Fireplace. Hallway Has Direct Access To Garage. Rec Room With Walk Out To The Yard. Close To Schools, Square One, Walking Distance To Shopping, Parks, Public Transportation. All Existing Light Fixtures, Fridge, Stove, Built-In Dishwasher, Washer / Dryer.
 
 
See more at: http://marinag.ca/Property/Mississauga-Ontario/6185565-3345-Silverado-Dr-Unit-41-Mississauga-Ontario-W3452127
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my listing: Preparing Your House for Sale in Less Than a Week - 03/13/16 03:20 AM
It’s great when you have lots of time to prepare for something important. But life doesn’t always happen that way. Sometimes you have to move quickly, and do the best you can with the time you have.
Say, for example, you had to get your house ready for sale, and you only had a week to do so. What could you do in those few days to make your home as attractive as possible to potential buyers? Here are some ideas:
Clean the house from top to bottom. Make it look “guest ready”. Get rid of as much clutter as possible. If … (1 comments)

my listing: Don’t Over Improve Your House Before You Sell - 03/08/16 09:50 PM
If you're considering selling your house, you might be tempted to sink some money into home improvements. After all, gleaming new hardwood floors or a stunning wrap-around deck will make your property sell a lot faster, and for more money. And you'll more than recover your investment with the higher selling price. Right?
Maybe not. While those types of upgrades will certainly make your house more attractive to potential buyers - and may nudge the selling price up a little – you may not recoup all of your costs.
That's why major home improvements should be done for your own personal enjoyment, not … (3 comments)

my listing: Understanding Market Value - 03/03/16 07:42 PM
If you were going to sell your car, what would you do? Well, you would probably check to find out how similar vehicles to yours are priced. Then you would set your advertised price within that range.
What you would be doing, perhaps without knowing it, is determining the “market value” of your car.
Market value is simply what buyers today are willing to pay for a particular product.
When you decide to put your house up for sale, one of the first things you and your REALTOR® will do is determine the market value of your property. That’s important to know because if … (2 comments)

my listing: What is Your Priority - Time or Money? - 02/23/16 09:15 PM
There are people who will spend any time to save a bit of money and there are people who will spend any money to save a bit of time. Who are you?
Our life is just too short to become a professional in everything. You could be OK in many fields, you could be truly brilliant in just a few.
The question is, when you need something done, something that you don't do everyday and that you don't really love doing, would you spend time and effort to master the skill or would you pay to get it done?
Would you cut your own … (3 comments)

my listing: Does Location Really Matter? - 02/20/16 10:38 PM
You find a beautiful home available on the market, but you’re not so sure about the location. Does it really matter all that much? Yes, it does. That’s why you’ll often hear REALTORS® say, “Location, location, location.”
The location of a home you’re considering buying will affect you in two ways.
First, it will affect the property’s future resale value, especially if the neighbourhood is becoming less desirable.
Second, it will affect your lifestyle. If the area doesn’t have the features you want — nearby schools and playgrounds, walking trails, proximity to activities that interest you, such as golf or theatre — you probably … (3 comments)

my listing: Is Your Home Market Ready? - 02/13/16 08:09 PM
Putting your home on the market may be the last thing you have on your mind.
But as you know, life happens. Things change. You might unexpectedly find yourself in the position of wanting or having to quickly sell your home.
It happens more often than you might think. In fact, according to studies into why people sell their homes, more than a third are due to relatively quick and unexpected changes. Something happens – a job relocation, a lifestyle change – and the homeowner finds him or herself making a move.
In these situations, the biggest source of stress is caused by the … (1 comments)

my listing: Reducing The Stress Of Selling - 02/11/16 08:54 PM
Selling a house can be a stressful process for the entire family. You need to keep the place clean and looking its best. You need to stay away during viewings. You may even need to look for a new home at the same time.
Although you won’t be able to eliminate all the anxiety, good advanced planning will certainly help reduce it.
First, talk to a REALTOR® well before you decide to put the property on the market. A good REALTOR® can help you determine whether any repairs, improvements, or minor touch-ups should be done, so that your home will sell faster and … (1 comments)

my listing: Does Home Staging Really Work? - 02/08/16 06:02 AM
You might have heard about home staging and wondered what it’s all about. There are even a few television reality shows that feature staging experts doing their magic on a particular house or condo.
So what exactly is it?
Home staging is simply setting up your home to maximize its appeal to potential buyers. It involves everything from cleaning and removing the clutter, to arranging the furniture and decorating. The concept was developed by Barb Schwarz, who has become a legend in the staging industry.
Think about some of the most attractive furniture showrooms you’ve visited. Remember that beautifully set table with the … (1 comments)

my listing: Trying To Find A Bargain Home - 02/02/16 05:19 AM
You’ve heard the story. Someone finds a home on the market that seems underpriced, grabs it, and subsequently discovers it’s worth tens of thousands of dollars more than the selling price.
What a bargain!
The truth is, bargains like that rarely happen.
Most properties sell for somewhere close to their market value. That’s why you need to find the perfect home for you, in the right neighbourhood, with a list price that is within your affordability range, and then buy that property for the lowest price your REALTOR® can negotiate.
When you shop for the right property at the right price, you have a good … (0 comments)

my listing: Traffic Matters - 01/22/16 10:59 PM
Like taxes, traffic is a fact of life. So, when you're shopping for a new home, consider how the road situation will affect your commute to work, access to shopping and attractions, and the ability to conveniently reach places you need to go.
After all, it’s difficult to enjoy your new home if you’re constantly sitting in traffic!
Ask your REALTOR® about known congested streets and intersections, school busing routes, and access to public transit.
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Marina Gavrylyuk
Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group Summit Realty
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my listing: Home Renovations That Pay Off - 01/15/16 04:53 AM
There are two main reasons why homeowners invest in a home renovation or major redecorating project: They want to enjoy the results of the new kitchen, bathroom, flooring or other improvement they’ve made; and/or, they hope that the money they spend will come back to them – at least in part – when they sell their home.
So which projects are most likely to increase the resale value of a home? A story by Joanne Cleaver, featured on MoneyWatch.com last year, identified five renovation projects that give you the most bang for your renovation buck.
Floors. Old, scuffed or dated flooring tends to … (1 comments)

my listing: When Choosing a Fixer-Upper Makes Cents - 12/27/15 08:52 AM
Some renovations can significantly increase the market value of a home. Others can cost more than you’ll ever get back.
So, when choosing a “fixer-upper”, look carefully at the work that needs to be done.
General painting, and bathroom or kitchen renovations typically increase the resale value of a house. “Invisible” repairs such as plumbing, electrical, or heating systems do not.
Before you buy, work with your REALTOR® to develop a market value estimate of the house you are considering as though the renovations you’re contemplating are already complete.
If the math works, go for it. Buying a “fixer-upper” can be very rewarding.
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my listing: Getting your Professional Team Together - 12/18/15 09:45 PM
When preparing to sell your home, you may need to hire several professionals in addition to your REALTOR®. You may consider a plumber to fix a dripping bathroom shower, a home inspector to make sure there are no “issues”, and an attorney to handle all the legal matters.
By hiring the right professionals, you will improve your chances of having everything go smoothly. You’re more likely to have your home sell quickly, and at the best possible price. Hiring the wrong professionals will have, well, the opposite effect!
How do you hire the right professionals?
Qualifications. Ask what specific degree, certification or training they’ve … (1 comments)

my listing: Staging the Outside of Your Home - 12/15/15 07:58 PM
You’re probably familiar with the term “home staging”. It involves cleaning, de-cluttering, reorganizing, and decorating specifically in order to make your home more attractive to potential buyers. Furniture stores do something similar when they “stage” a bedroom suite in a showroom.
Most sellers focus their staging efforts on the inside of their homes. But the outside is important too. After all, a property’s exterior is the first thing potential buyers see. So you want to make sure that the first impression is a good one.
Here are some ideas on how to make sure that happens.
When preparing your home for sale, imagine you’re … (1 comments)

my listing: Surviving A Bidding War - 11/27/15 09:35 PM
You’re about to make an offer on a home. Then, to your despair, you find out that three other offers have also come in for the same property.
Be careful. It’s all too easy to get swept up in the excitement and, like a hand raised one too many times at an auction, end up paying more for the home than you had intended — or can afford.
Working with a good REALTOR® will increase the odds of getting the home at a price that’s right for you.
Call Marina 416-843-1515 today.
Your Real Estate Connection:
Marina Gavrylyuk
Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group … (2 comments)

my listing: How To Sell Your Home More Quickly - 11/20/15 09:55 PM
When you put your property on the market, ideally you want to sell it as quickly as possible and for the highest price possible. But sometimes one is more important than the other. For example, if you’re relocating, or have purchased another home that is closing soon, selling your current property quickly may be a priority.
Do you have to sacrifice price to do that? Not necessarily. But there are some things you can do to help get a good offer, sooner.
Price your property competitively. Make sure your home is not listed higher than the price for which similar properties have recently … (2 comments)