September marks the time of year when we make the most significant changes in the way we live and work. Families and professionals alike are putting routines back in place and setting plans in motion. While we are busy vowing to clear out clutter, exercise more and cook healthy meals, take the time to set goals for success and balance in your professional life as well. Putting goals on paper is the first step, but a detailed plan for implementation and action is essential. As Tony Robbins often says, “Never leave the scene of a goal without first making a plan to achieve it”!Read more
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Values of properties located close to public transportation have appreciated at a higher rate and are less affected by economic downturns. Higher demand always drives pricing as well, so we can expect this shift in our community as London moves forward with its own rapid transit plans.Read more
I am a huge Airbnb supporter, because I believe the site has really revolutionized travel by featuring literally every interpretation of a the phrase “roof over your head.” To better understand why I love Airbnb so much, here are some advantages to the site from both the Listing and Renting sides.Read more
If you’re trying to sell your home, your choice in plants and their position within your space may, believe it or not, push the less plant-minded potential homebuyers out the door. At the same time, if selected and positioned carefully, plants can take your space to the next level! So here is your guide to tasteful greenery or the do’s and don’ts of home horticulture.Read more
The truth is, video marketing (as in having professional videos done) can be very costly and from an economical stand point, it doesn’t make much sense. Videos can cost anywhere from 300-2000 depending on quality, and that is a large amount to invest in all your listings. However, on that million dollar listing, it may be something to consider. However, you should keep in mind that today’s post is all about making some great videos the DIY free way (meaning free!).
Once again, just as in the previous post on Photo apps, there are many video apps, but I am only going to touch upon my two favourite DIY apps – Instagram and Hyperlapse (both the same company, but different purposes).Read more