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  • What Home Inspectors See that You Can't

    When you make an offer on a home, it’s a smart idea to have a professional home inspector check it out from top to bottom. This inspection will ensure that the property doesn’t have any unexpected “issues”. After all, you don’t want to buy a home only to discover that the roof needs to be replaced, immediately, ...
    Posted to Kim Hardie (Weblog) by 764636 on January 21, 2016
  • Here are some simple ways to reduce the cost of phone, heat and hydro to save a bundle:

    Simple Ways to Reduce Your Monthly Utility Costs   Many homeowners think there’s not much they can do about telephone, heating, water and other utility expenses. Sure, you may grumble about a high heating bill one month, but what can you do about it?   Turns out, you can do plenty. There are several ways to reduce ...
    Posted to Kim Hardie (Weblog) by 764636 on December 29, 2015
  • Thinking of listing your home for a high price, hoping for a windfall? You better read this first:

    Should You “High Ball” Your Listing Price? One of the most important decisions you make when selling your home is setting the listing price. That can be tricky. After all, if you price your property too low, you leave money on the table — perhaps thousands of dollars. On the other hand, if you price your home too high, many ...
    Posted to Kim Hardie (Weblog) by 764636 on December 16, 2015
  • Concerned about Condensation on Windows?

    If you see a haze of condensation on your window, should you be concerned? Maybe. Maybe not. It depends on a number of factors.   First of all, an occasional build-up of condensation is normal and often the result of fluctuating humidity in the home. Usually, it’s nothing to worry about. If you’re using a humidifier, ...
    Posted to Kim Hardie (Weblog) by 764636 on September 8, 2015
  • How to Deal with a Low-Ball Offer

    If you take care to price your home correctly — that is, at a price that is in line with what similar properties in the area have sold for recently — then you have a good chance of selling it at or near your asking price.   That doesn’t mean you won’t get a low-ball offer. You might. So what do you do when ...
    Posted to Kim Hardie (Weblog) by 764636 on September 1, 2015