The Contract of Purchase and Sale (CPS) is one of the key documents used in a real estate transaction. The attached video created by the British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) will help you understand and answer some of the common questions, such as:
- When does the process begin and when is the Contract of Purchase and Sale used?
- What do the terms in the contract mean?
- What information is included in the Contract of Purchase and Sale?
If you want to know more about the CPS form, feel free to reach out. Always happy to help!
In short, yes, absolutely! Home staging is critical to ensure your home looks and feels its best. Think of home staging like dressing a home. You dress it with complimentary "clothes" so it looks it's best.
Staged homes photograph better so when potential buyers see it online, or in print, they have already formed a positive opinion. Staged homes sell quicker, and because they sell quicker, they typically sell for a higher price. We highly recommend staging for all our properties and provide a free home staging consultation for all our clients.
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I get asked this question all the time. The answer really depends on two factors. 1. The area. Despite what you may hear in the media, there is no Canadian real estate market. All real estate markets are hyper local. 2. The type of product. Are we talking about condos, town houses or single family homes.
If you would like the local real estate statistics for your area simply send me an email and I would be happy to forward you a copy.