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For some people, selling a home can be an emotional roller-coaster ride. In addition to the process of selling your property, buying a new one, and moving, you’re also saying goodbye to a neighbourhood and a home.
But there is plenty you can do to smooth out the ups and downs. Here are some ideas:
Imagine your coffee maker switching on by itself, staying on for hours, overheating and becoming a fire hazard. That’s not science fiction. As more and more appliances incorporate WIFI, the opportunities for hackers to play havoc with them increase.
How do you prevent that from happening? Here are some safety tips:
If you’re thinking of selling your home and buying a new property, you might come across an opportunity to purchase a “fixer upper”. In fact, the home might be priced based on its need for work.
Should you buy that “fixer upper”? That can be a tough decision. Here are some questions you should consider:
When it comes to updating their living space, some homeowners enjoy doing the research and then planning, designing, and decorating on their own. Many believe they will save a substantial amount of money.
As you probably are with any financial investment, you should always be mindful of the value of your investment in property.
Aside from knowing its fair market price, you should also be aware of market demographics and how they influence your home’s value.
When you’re looking for a new home, you want to find one in a great neighbourhood – or, at least, in a neighbourhood that is on the upswing. How can you tell if a particular area is improving? Here are some common indicators:
Usually, your mortgage payments go toward both your interest costs and your loan balance. Year after year, you keep up with interest charges and gradually eliminate the amount of debt owed.