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When buying a home there are a number of things you can do to simplify the process, including defining financial parameters, potential neighbourhoods and the desired features in your next home. Do you need an extra bathroom, a garage, a fenced backyard, or lower utility bills? Do you want a fireplace, a short drive to work, or maybe minimal yard work? Once your list is complete, decide what is most important to your lifestyle.
Selling your home is an important and often emotional decision. As a REALTOR ® serving the Middlesex County Ontario area with experience and training, I can help you with an effective marketing strategy, proficient real estate networking and help solve problems that come up during the selling process.
Receive updates on Middlesex County MLS ® listings that match your criteria when they hit the Real Estate market! Enter your search criteria and when a new listing for sale meets your search criteria, you will receive an e-mail of the property details. The e-mail will contain a link to your own personal web portal where you can manage the listings and place them into categories.

Painting Your Home Before Selling
Most buyers may want to purchase a home that is move-in ready and this includes the paint colour. If your house is painted in very bright /dark or unusual colours, then potential buyers may be turned off or feel that they can negotiate on your asking price. Neutral colours are restful to the eye and most buyers want to live in the home for awhile before deciding if they want to change the paint colour

Things to think about

When was the last time you painted your house?
Do your walls need to be painted a neutral colour?
If they are already neutral do they need a fresh coat of paint?
Determine whether or not your house has a warm tone or cool tone before selecting your paint colour
Do you have wallpaper?
Remove all wallpaper and paint a neutral colour
Do your doors and trim need a fresh coat of paint?
Repair any holes or cracks in the walls and ceilings
Put a fresh coat of paint on the ceiling to give the entire room a clean look

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Depersonalizing Your Home When Selling
Depersonalizing is an important step when it comes to selling your home. It means that you need to let go emotionally and this can be a tough process. Now that you have made the decision to move, you need to commit to that and remove your identity from the house. Focus on turning your home into a ”model home”. Disconnecting yourself from your house will allow the buyer to emotionally connect and envision themselves living there, not feeling that they are a guest in your home.

Things to think about

Remove all personal and family photo
Remove all memorabilia
Pre-pack books and music that do not appeal to a wide range of buyers
Pre-pack your collections
Do you have belongings that could be potentially disagreeable to buyers?
Remove and pre-pack any items that could be potentially offensive or disagreeable
Store away and organize children’s toys, games and books

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