March 2019

Found 4 blog entries for March 2019.

Top High-Return Kitchen RenovationsIn the past, over half of Canadian homeowners were planning on undertaking a renovation during the year. Some homeowners will hire a professional while others will do a DIY project. And while some have a relatively conservative budget, others plan to go all out on their next remodeling project. Kitchens are a high-traffic area that is often touted as one of the place to get the best returns on a project. However, is a $60,000 project worth it when looking at the ROI?

Homeowners should feel comfortable that a refurbished kitchen general yields a return of 70 to 100 per cent on a consistent basis. Even though trends change, explore some kitchen renovations project offering homeowners a high ROI upon resale.

Appeal to the Buyer

Homeowners who

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Which Upgrade Renovations Yield the Best Returns?Most homeowners want to upgrade their bathrooms. Homeowners may use a contractor or decide to do a do-it-yourself (DYI) project. Whether it's because their fixtures are outdated or because they're just tired of staring at the same old paint job, the improvements are usually made with the residents in mind rather than the future buyers. But if homeowners can please both themselves and the next people who live in their home, it's definitely the cherry on top of the sundae. Homeowners who want to make strategic moves should keep the following tips in mind.

Think Small

Smaller bathroom renovations tend to have the highest returns. This is because a return on investment (ROI) for a bathroom is going to be highly dependent on the area in which a

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What You Need to Know About Real Estate Investment TypesInvesting in real estate is often touted as one of the smartest ways to make money. Unlike start-ups that come and go, people will always need new places to live, work, and pursue their passions. But taking the first step in Springfield Spall real estate can be intimidating, especially for those who aren't sure which type of investment is right for them. To make the transition easier, keep these facts in mind.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a certified tax expert, financial advisor or real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Renting the Property

Canadians have options when it comes to renting their property. Some choose to rent homes, duplexes, or apartment units to families,

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5 Home Architectural Styles in CanadaCanada has embraced a number of different architectural styles throughout the years. The sheer number of choices provides buyers the opportunity to express their personality and practicality through their choice of homes. Homeowners starting their home buying journey can use this guide to get a better idea of what they'll find and how they can evaluate which style is right for them and their families.

The Quaint Cottage

Home buyers with not many occupants can benefit from the smaller cottages in their area. Fewer rooms in a cottage translate to less home maintenance and cleaning. Cottages in Canada typically come complete with a front porch and an attic, so residents can still get the storage and outdoor space they need to enjoy the home.

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