Adam Wahed Real Estate Group Blog

Check Internet Service Availability before you Buy

Posted on Sep 22, 2022

Until a couple of years ago, internet access was a nice-to-have for most homeowners. But these days, it’s fast becoming a necessity. Kids need good internet to do homework assignments. You may need reliable internet to work from home and attend online meetings. 

So, when shopping for a new home, it’s wise to check if the property which you’re interes...

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Should your Home be in “Move-In” Condition when you Sell?

Posted on Sep 07, 2022

Imagine you’re shopping for a car. You find one that’s a suitable model, a recent year, and hasn’t been driven a lot. The price is right, too. 

But, there’s a caveat. 

The paint is worn off in several places. The driver’s seat upholstery is torn and requires repair. And, the tires needed to be replaced… a long time ago. 

Would you still buy it? You might...

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The Role of Energy-Efficient Features when Selling your Home

Posted on Aug 16, 2022

When you’re selling your home, you want to promote those features that will be of highest interest to prospective buyers. After all, the more reasons a buyer has to love your property, the more likely they are to make a great offer.

Increasingly, one category of features that buyers are looking for is energy-efficiency. So, if there are specific ene...

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What Will your Neighbourhood be Like in Two or Three Years?

Posted on Aug 03, 2022

There are many reasons why a homeowner might want to move. Examples include upsizing, downsizing, work relocation, or simply desiring a change. However, another popular reason for pulling up stakes is noticing that the neighbourhood is changing in a way that no longer fits your lifestyle goals. 

For example, say there’s a shopping mall in development...

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Moving Yourself vs. Hiring Professionals

Posted on Jul 13, 2022

When you buy a new home and moving day is looming, it can be tempting to consider doing the move yourself. After all, by not hiring a moving company, you’re saving money. 

It is true, the DIY approach can lower your moving costs, which is money you can put towards needed fixes and upgrades to your new property. 

But, you’re also adding a lot of work! Y...

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What’s the “Emotional” Return on Investment of a New Home?

Posted on Jun 29, 2022

Chances are, you’ve heard the expression, “Your home is your biggest investment.” For most homeowners, that’s true. So, when you’re shopping for a new home, it’s important to consider the financial ramifications of any purchase. Ideally, you want a home that is likely to increase in value over time. 
In other words, you want a home with a strong pot...

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