January 2020

Found 2 blog entries for January 2020.

What Not to Do Before Selling Your HomeYou may have heard that home improvements make your Woodside home easier to sell. While this is frequently true, it's not always true. Knowing which home improvements can actually make your home harder to sell can be very helpful, if you're thinking about listing your home in the near future. Below are three home improvements that may complicate the home selling process or reduce your home's value.

1. Landscape Changes That Complicate Exterior Maintenance

Home buyers like homes that are easy to maintain. Landscaping changes that require the homeowner to do a lot of work can make some home buyers think twice about purchasing a property. For example, stay away from landscaping changes that would require the homeowner to water their lawn more than

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A Step-by-Step Guide to the Home Foreclosure ProcessCanadian homeowners who fall behind on mortgage payments for one reason or another are likely to have a tough road ahead. Lenders will not wait long before taking action against those in default on their loans through one of two courses of action—a power of sale or judicial foreclosure—depending on the province in which the residence is located.

Residents of Prince Edward Island, Ontario, Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Labrador will likely face a foreclosure process known as a power of sale. Those residing in Quebec, Alberta, Nova Scotia, British Columbia and Saskatchewan are typically served with a judicial foreclosure. We shall explain the process of both actions and offer some potential solutions and remedies at a Morningside homeowner's

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