Posts Tagged ‘home buyers’

View of Houses

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September

What Snowbirds Need To Know About Risks of Florida Home Ownership

If you’re among the half-million or so Canadian snowbirds who own property in Florida that may have been flooded or been otherwise damaged thanks to the recent rains and winds brought down by Tropical Storm Irma, call your insurer now (if you haven’t already).

But, don’t expect to get any help in recouping the damages from any U.S. government agencies. The U.S. government’s relief programs, typically from the Federal Emergency Management System (FEMA), are only provided to U.S. citizens, permanent residents, refugees and asylum seekers.

When you get your insurer on the

Larry Weltman Consulting

30

October

Creating an Impactful Realtor Website

For independent realtors there is no better resource than the internet. The immediacy, the reach and its low cost make it the ideal tool to reach new clients and sell homes. In fact, as much as 92 percent of homebuyers start their home buying search using the internet.

Whether homebuyers are searching neighbourhoods, real estate starts, actual homes or even agents, the internet is the first stop on their way to home ownership. Knowing that the internet plays a key role in helping people choose a home to purchase, it is

Row House

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September

Why Curb Appeal Still Reigns Supreme

Despite a growing number of home buyers using the internet to power their home buying search, curb appeal and exterior attractiveness are still among the top selling factors when it comes to showcasing a home for sale.

It’s no secret we live in a highly visual society. Today, the average home buyer will sift through dozens of homes online before ever setting foot in one. In order to compete in the digital market, a home needs to be inviting and appealing both inside and out.

While a potential buyer may be enticed