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10 Tips that can help sell your home

10 Tips that can help sell your home

Depersonalize your home: By removing photos, trophies, collections, medications – in short, everything that could interfere with buyers’ being able to imagine themselves living in your home. Eliminate needless accessories: By clearing all areas as much as possible, the property will look bigger! Add some objects of interest: Candle holders, candles and bowls of fruit […]

Top 10 Fall Maintenance Tips

Top 10 Fall Maintenance Tips

Tip 1: Tune up your Heating System Calling in a professional to inspect your furnace or heat pump is a sure way to keep your family comfortable and warm as the cold season moves in. Taking the initiative to book your appointment and inspection early can save you both time and money. A professional can […]

Location Location Location…

Location Location Location…

Location location location… One of the most important factors homebuyers look for when searching for West Island real estate is the home’s location. You can always buy new construction or renovate an older home, but you can’t change it’s location. Here are some factors about a home’s location you should consider before purchasing your West […]

John Abbott College: A Historical Campus Overview

John Abbott College: A Historical Campus Overview

John Abbott is a college (CEGEP in Quebec) located near the western tip of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The college is also focused on academic learning in the English language, and is adjoined with McGill University’s Macdonald Campus. John Abbott was established in 1971 in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, and currently has a study body of over 7000 […]

West Island Homes Old Versus New

West Island Homes Old Versus New

The West island is filled with older traditional houses, along with new developments. Major developments of West Island homes were built in the 1950’s to 1970’s, bungalow designed, specifically in Pierrefonds, Roxboro, Dollard Des Ormeaux, and Kirkland. When purchasing West Island real estate, it’s important to understand its condition in perspective to older versus new. […]

Who invented the Candy Cane?

Who invented the Candy Cane?

Written by: Anthony James Similar to last year, I figured tis’ the season to blog about Christmas! But, before I dive into this year’s blog, we at Team Sold in the West would like to extend to all our clients, and readers, a safe and fun filled Holiday season. Now without further a-due… let’s learn […]

Pet Proofing your Home

Pet Proofing your Home

Written by: Anthony James It’s getting to that time of year, the official countdown to Christmas has sprung into action. It is seemingly impossible to miss the massive window display that is the Holiday Season! The image of family’s sitting in front of the fireplace, opening gifts, sipping hot coco while Rover chews his Christmas […]

Valentine’s Day Recipe

Valentine’s Day Recipe

Seeing as Valentine’s day is on Friday we at Sold in the West thought it would be nice to give all you lovers out there a great stay at home Romantic dinner option. Take this opportunity to turn this highly commercialized “holiday” into a chance to spend quality time with your significant other in the […]

The History behind Delicious Holiday Eggnog

The History behind Delicious Holiday Eggnog

There are few things that get me more excited about the holidays than Eggnog…. There I said it. Like moths to a flame, try putting out some warm Eggnog and not attracting Holiday go’ers to the “watering hole”… add a little rum and the holiday blues will quickly transform into holiday carols. It would seem […]

How To Prevent Flooding In Your Basement

How To Prevent Flooding In Your Basement

The flooding of numerous basements that occurred in 1998 and in 2005 has led municipal authorities to identify measures that residents can undertake to reduce the risks of reoccurrence. We have identified some points outlined below for your consideration and corrective measures, if necessary. The objective of this notice is to help you identify and […]