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I have listed a new property at Freestone Acreage in Vanscoy.
Take a short (20 minute), scenic and peaceful drive to and from work in the city each day and enjoy quiet acreage living minutes from Pike Lake Regional Park! This 1700 sq ft unique, chalet style home was designed by cedar home experts Nor-Wes Homes from BC in 1976. The loft of the home has a spacious master bedroom with walk-in closet and 4 pc bath and a huge family room overlooking the living room below with vaulted ceilings. The main floor has a kitchen with stainless appliances, an eating nook, the living room, another 4 piece bath and large guest bedroom. This home is nestled in beautiful trees and every room has a gorgeous view of the 2 acres of land on which it sits.K-4 school & pre-school, community center & outdoor rink, local VFD firehall, cell tower down the street. There are 6 decks to choose from to drink your morning coffee, BBQ dinner, read a book and enjoy the tranquility of acreage living! This home has been cared for with great pride for 40 years!
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I have listed a new property at 431 Cochin CRES in Saskatoon.
Fantastic family home in the north end of Saskatoon! Walking distance to all schools (Lawson Heights, Bishop Mahoney and Marion Graham) Lawson Heights Mall and the river. Beautiful backyard with garden area and new shed full of gardening tools! This home has been well maintained and there have been many upgrades to this spacious 1747 sq ft 5 bedroom+den, 3 bathroom home such as: some new windows, shingles, garage door and some carpet 2016, furnace/water heater Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors about 2007. Perfect for the growing and busy family looking for a mature area with gorgeous trees, central to downtown, airport, shopping.
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I have listed a new property at 563 Tobin CRES in Saskatoon.
Fantastic location 1 block from Meewasin Valley trails for biking, walking, cross country skiing and only a block or two to schools! Gorgeous 4 piece bath reno with tile flooring, new vanity/counter tops/sink, tons of storage, gold accents and soft colour palette making this room peaceful and serene! 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, sound proofed basement movie room, updated windows (all but 2), shingles, mechanical, some flooring, paint and other cosmetic items. Sip your morning coffee on the back deck in your private yard which boasts new fence and low maintenance landscaping! Many great upgrades in this home and still room to make it your own!
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I have sold a property at 426 Brabant TERR in Saskatoon.
Gorgeous professionally renovated and decorated 2751 sq ft 2 storey home on a quiet cul de sac in the established neighbourhood of Lakeridge! You will be impressed right away when you turn the corner onto this street and see the pride of ownership of all of the homes. Next you will notice the stunning curb appeal of this home with it's brick exterior, interlocking brick driveway and cedar shake shingles! The grand staircase in the large foyer will greet your guests in such a welcoming fashion that they will never want to leave! The entire main and second floors are covered in warm hardwood flooring and tile in the 4 bathrooms of the house. The centrepiece of this home is definitely the custom kitchen with it's quartz countertops, huge island, gorgeous detail in the tile backsplash commercial grade stainless appliances and so much more! Do you love to entertain? Do you have a large family? This home is absolutely for you! Combining the amazing kitchen with the butler's pantry which includes an extra fridge, dishwasher, wine fridge, sink and flows into the large dining room there is plenty of space and convenience for large groups but the coziness and warmth necessary for family time. And don't forget the 3 zone built-in surround sound system!Speaking of family time-don't miss the 130 sq ft 3 season room with electric heat! Soak up the beautiful sunshine while reading books, playing games and spending time together without the worry of weather or bugs to bother you! The second floor boasts 4 large bedrooms, master bath and main bath.The kids will love hosting their friends in this home as well, in the large basement area with it's own wet bar, games area and TV with built-in storage unit. The basement also has a bedroom and lovely 3 piece bath with steam shower! The backyard also encourages entertaining and activity for the whole family with a sport court for hockey, basketball etc.., fire area, stamped concrete and turf make this yard the ultimate in low maintenance!
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I have sold a property at 2961 Cumberland AVE S in Saskatoon.
Welcome home to this quiet well-kept cul-de-sac location in Nutana Park! When you drive up to this 1250 sq ft bungalow you notice right away the pride of ownership, not only in this house, but with all of the neighbours as well. The single heated attached garage has an oversized garage door perfect for your boat, trailer, cube van or anything else you need to park or store AND has direct entry to the house. Consider this in addition to the double detached heated garage, which also has one oversized door, and you will never run out of room for your toys! The highlight of this home is the large, open kitchen with white cabinetry, an island with gas cooktop and room for a large dining table for the whole family to gather! You can cook while visiting with family or guests who will be gathered in the kitchen with you or enjoying the spacious family room. The master bedroom has a 4 piece bathroom with another 4 piece bathroom across the hall for the kids or guests. This home has the convenience of main floor laundry so you don't have to navigate the stairs with heavy laundry baskets! The large basement offers a family room, bedroom and another 4 piece bathroom for guests or older children to have their own space. Imagine spending your summer watching the kids play in the above ground pool and having extra free-time to do that with the low maintenance backyard! Fire up the gas BBQ and throw a backyard party this summer in your new home!
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I have sold a property at 1714 425 115th ST E in Saskatoon.
Cyclists dream! Main floor unit provides easy access to storage unit for your bike or unloading groceries as there are no stairs to navigate! Current owners have enjoyed 14 years hassle free in this development which is great for students, downsizing or investors! This cozy 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom main floor unit has been completely renovated and is ready for new owners! The functional kitchen includes stainless steel self-cleaning oven, side by side fridge with filtered water and crushed or cubed ice, OTR microwave fan, built in quiet dishwasher. The maple cabinets flow to the ceiling for maximum storage with 6 banks of drawers, soft close drawers and doors, wood interior, undercount chocolate sink and soap dispenser, quartz countertops and beautiful chocolate colour cabinets! The laminate flooring throughout the main living areas compliments the decor and provides ease of cleaning. The vanity and countertop in the updated 4 piece bathroom matches those in the kitchen and also provides excellent storage in the huge mirrored medicine cabinet and shelves. The newer bath fitter tub/shower surround is easy to clean and maintain. Don't forget the newer stackable washer/dryer set in the in-suite laundry room/storage room with plenty of space for your belongings as well as extra storage on the deck! The beautiful, spacious bedroom has a huge closet and laminate flooring. The current owners recently replaced the wall air conditioner, the sliding door and window while the condo associations did all of the shingles and siding on these buildings making this unit truly move-in ready! It is also conveniently located within minutes to the University, shopping, downtown-pretty much anywhere you need to be!
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Summer is here!

For families, it’s the most popular time to move to a new home because school is out. If there is
any comfort in togetherness, a lot of us move in the summer. Don’t feel alone, we’re here to guide you!

It’s no secret, no one likes to move and that includes your kids. Moving is one of the most stressful times in life, and
it brings lots of change. For your kids, it means making new friends, and maybe, adjusting to a new school. If you
have a little mover in tow, moving your home certainly adds to the baby adventures!

Here’s the good news, if you plan ahead and take simple steps, the trek through the moving process will become a
walk in the park (well, maybe not, but it can be a manageable stroll up hill.) Way before you break out those
cardboard boxes, use these pointers to help your kids, toddlers, and babies get through the moving process.

Here are four steps to a successful move with a young family. It’s all about:
timing, transition, getting the kids
, and an adjustment period.

First, consider the timing of your move, this is probably the most important element:
What grades are your children in? If your eldest is about to be a senior in high school, it may be best to let them
live with a trusted relative to finish up high school with their friends. If your youngest is about to start school or
enter high school, this is an ideal time to move since they will be entering a new school either way. Is school on
a break? Much better to time a move with kids when school’s out.
Babies and kids love and need their routine. Don’t let the moving to-do list and packing get in the way of your
regular daily routine. Instead of pulling an all-nighter to pack, try to pack over a long period of time. Use
naptime and baby’s early bedtime to get packing done in bits. Baby & parents need their sleep!

Second, make the transition into the new home as easy as possible for your kids and little ones. Try these tips to
make the transition a smooth one:
Make the new home the kids’ own. Allow them to walk through the new house before the move. Let them feel
that they are part of the decision. Allow them (as much as possible) to choose their own bedroom, paint colors
(“Here, let’s pick the paint color for your new room: which do you choose between these two.”), and play the
imagination game with them: “Let’s imagine what this room will be like when it’s yours? Where will your stuffed
animals go? Where will the bed go?” etc.

In the old house, talk about how their favorite toys, games, etc. are going to be in the new house too. This is
not the time to clean out the closet and discard unwanted clothes and toys. You don’t want your kids
associating loss with the move. If you need to de-clutter your kid’s room, do that way before the subject of the
move comes up. De-cluttering is an excellent pre-move activity and really doesn’t have to involve the word
“moving” at all.
TALK and LISTEN to your kids. Ask them what they are excited about and what things they are going to miss.
Address their concerns: “What are we going to do about that? How about…”
During the actual moving day, when boxes and furniture are being moved, little ones should be somewhere
else. Ask a trusted babysitter, friend or family member to take your kids and bundle of joy for the day. It is also
ideal to use childcare for days leading up to your move so you can get more done on your moving calendar.
Stay connected to friends, neighbors and family back home. Arrange facetime appointments with the children’s
friends before you move to the new home, it will help make the transition easier when they know they can
keep in touch with their old friends. And, set up a play date for the old friends to come over for a sleep over.

Involve Your Kids:
There is no easier way to keep kids happy than giving them a feeling of control – get them involved!
Have them arrange their own room. Draw out a floor plan of the rooms in the new house and let the children
make paper doll furniture and arrange what they want in their room.
Encourage your kids to pack themselves so they are involved in the moving process. They can have their own
boxes and suitcases that they are responsible for. Give them color codes or fun stickers to stick on their boxes
that belong in their room. You can oversee this. But, give them one box to pack freely with the stuff they want,
it will be the first box they open in their new room.
Give each child a backpack to fill with overnight items so you don’t have to dig through boxes. Include their
toothbrush, pjs, stuffed animal, favorite bedtime story, remember to put the children’s medications in
mommy’s purse or backpack for safe keeping.
Pack a baby bag with all of your needs for three days. If you’re moving a long distance, you may want at least
one month of supplies with you rather than on the moving truck. Once you move into your new place, you may
not have easy access to diapers, baby food, pacifiers, and the all important security blanket, you’ll be happy
that you know just where to look for those items.

Last, is the adjustment to the new home and neighborhood. It’s an extremely important phase of a move; it sets
the stage for your new life in your new home. Here are suggestions to make the adjustment period a great one:
When moving in, set up the nursery first. This will allow you to easily change your baby’s clothes and diapers.
You’ll have a nice space for that first bedtime story when you put them to sleep on the first night in your new
home. Arrange the nursery as closely as possible to your previous nursery. The familiarity will help you and your
baby in the transition.

Host a party in your new neighborhood and invite children of the same age as your own kid(s) over so that they
can make new friends. It’s as easy as a pool party, pizza party, or cookout. Try to host the party in the first
weeks of being in your new home.
Take them for a drive by their new school, the local ice cream place, playground, if they have a hobby such as
dancing, show them that there is a dance studio here too, so they can see their new neighborhood has all the
same things as the old.
Set up a tour of the new school and to meet their new teacher before school starts.
If you move in the beginning of the summer, sign them up for camp or other local activities where they can
meet new kids before school starts. It also keeps them out of the house so you can continue the unpacking!

By taking these four points into consideration, your next chapter in your new home will start out with ease – giving
every member of your family time to make the new house home.

Source: Coldwell Banker Blue Matters

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What makes a house a home? Its a hard question to answer, but a large part of it is the years of memories youve made in it. Oftentimes that includes the blemishes, flaws and dents on the walls and furniture that serve as lasting impressions of cherished moments and fun times. However, whether youre selling your home or just making it presentable for guests, there are times youll want to camouflage them up.

Create a Gallery Wall

Put your inner art connoisseur to work to blend random light switches or bulky thermostats into your design. Strategically place similarly sized artwork around switch plates, outlet covers and wall gadgets to distract the eye. If you want to cover it entirely, mount a canvas painting over it or hang art from a swing arm so you can reach behind it when necessary.

Hang Long Drapes

Window treatments are generally used for, you guessed it, windows, but they certainly arent restricted to other uses. Drape big and breezy curtains above to disguise unsightly wall features or awkward off-center windows. Off-white and cream shades are perfect to use all year round.

Paint the Wall

This is probably one of the most obvious solutions to drywall chips and paint scratches, but here are some guidelines to help you get it right. Stick to one matte color for the walls, ceiling and trim to downplay the lines between and blend them together. Remember, the glossier the paint finish is, the more it will highlight imperfections.

Consider chalkboard paint for a non-glossy texture and an ever-changing wall feature. You can create your own design and erase it as your style evolves or use it to jot down lists and reminders.

Add wallpaper. Use wallpaper to inject personality and fun into any space. Choose from subtle designs to a dramatic mural or anywhere in between. Keep optical illusions in mind when picking patterns. For example, a striped design can make a small space look taller or wider.

Cover it With Clothes

If you have a scratch on your bedroom wall that just wont go away, play fashionista and move a shop-style clothing rack in front. Showcase some of your most stylish garments or everyday staples on the rack to lighten your closets load.

Lay Down a Rug

Roll out a gorgeous area rug over all the nicks and notches on your floor from moving furniture or dropping heavy items. Especially great for renters, rugs come in a variety of styles, colors and price points to fit your personal preferences without committing to a permanent change.

Rethink the Fifth Wall

This is a bit of a heavier project to take on, but perhaps most rewarding for those left with an infamous popcorn ceiling. Upgrade overhead stucco for a beautiful new feature with paint or paneling. Try white beadboard or wood slats for irresistible rustic charm.

Work Around Wall Vents

Air vents are necessary for cooling, heating and any other home circulation systems, but can be quite unattractive. Conceal them with slotted laser-cut screens that add texture and visual interest. In this living room, the revamped air return works double duty as a display shelf.

Choose Your Switches Wisely

Light switches and power outlets are must-haves in every home and theres often no easy way around them. Wherever possible, especially in the kitchen and bathroom, group your electrical outlets together and shop for new switch plates that complement the existing wall. You can blend them into an existing pattern, as seen here, or make them a fun feature with vibrant colors and textured materials.

Embrace imperfections. After all, theyre what makes your house so special. You can capitalize on the look and help them blend in by investing in distressed furnishings, such as rustic coffee tables or stained wood floors. You wont have to worry too much about future drops or spills and they instantly add built-in age and character to any space.

Source: Coldwell Banker Blue Matters

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Each new year is a time for goal-setting and renewal. If you’re like so many others out there, you may have set your sights on getting organized in 2019—knowing what you have and where it’s located throughout your house, from your bedroom closet to your home office.

It seems like a relatively straightforward task—but if it was that easy, wouldnt we all be organized all the time? So many of us get stuck before we truly get started and cant seem to stay organized over time.

If youre planning to focus on organization in the new year, here are some tips that will set you up for success.

1. Define a Decluttering Process

Whether youre planning to declutter your entire house over a weekend or focus on just your master bedroom closet, its best to determine your process before you start. The best way to start getting organized is to get the full view of what you have by taking everything out of the space, reviewing it and then deciding what stays and what goes. For your closet, you should consider donating items you havent worn in a year or two and discarding garments that are stained or cant be repaired.

Decluttering your home office is similar - remove all bills, files, equipment and anything else thats hiding in a drawer and keep whats necessary and shred, donate or digitize the rest. Creating a repeatable process will not only make the decluttering feel more manageable, itll set you up for success.

2. Tackle Clutter Little By Little to Avoid Getting Overwhelmed

Part of the reason many people arent able to get and stay organized is because they see it as a big project - but it doesnt have to be. If a full-house declutter isnt in the cards for you this week, tackling clutter little by little could be. Creating a checklist that guides you to clean out a different small area each day can help your home feel more organized in just a few weeks.

3. Give Yourself a Deadline

Youve got a plan to get organized - now its up to you to actually do the work. If youre enlisting the help of a professional organizer or a custom closet company, theyll work with you to plan when your custom organization system will be installed. Then, you can work backward to figure out when you need to organize your closet, mudroom, pantry or office.

If you’re not working with a custom organization company, you’ve got some more wiggle room. Whatever you do, set a deadline, but be realistic! Create a schedule that includes extra time in case life gets in the way.

4. Avoid Distractions

To help you meet the goal youve set, work without being distracted. That might mean scheduling time to organize a particular room in your house or a specific part of your closet, such as your shoes or accessories. When that time comes, put your phone in another room for distraction-free organizing and start decluttering. Youll be surprised how much you can get done with just a little bit of focused work.

When youve finished reviewing your old clothes and sorting them into piles, for example, reward yourself with a short break.

5. Consider Getting Help from the Pros

The best way to stay organized is to have a place for everything down to the last bangle bracelet, watch, belt and handbag. And sometimes, the best way to do that is to enlist the help of a custom organization company. The 

Designers there can take a look at everything you need to organize and develop a plan for custom organization solutions that meet your needs and fit all your stuff. Putting a custom solution in place will make storing your things and finding them when you need them a little easier.

Whether youre moving into a completely new home or just looking to stay organized, following some simple decluttering tips can help you enjoy your spaces more and gain inspiration from them.

Source: Coldwell Banker Blue Matters

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It takes more than finding a realtor and posting a “For Sale” sign in the front yard for a successful home sale. Getting your house in order is the first step to a quick offer. The secret is to give potential buyers the opportunity to imagine their “stuff” and family living in the home. Plus, you want to put your home’s best foot forward and present it in the best possible light. Here are some tips to touch up your home staging to increase your chances of an offer.

1. Clear Out Your Belongings

You may be attached to your stuff, but the first rule is to clean it up, clear it out and pack it all away. It can prevent new buyers from imagining the house as their own.

→ Pack away personal items like family photos and kid’s artwork for your new home.

→ Make sure toiletries, clothing, jewelry and accessories are in drawers and out of sight.

→ Eliminate excessive clutter. Display only a few generic items on your shelves and make sure the bathrooms are pristine.

Some rooms are harder to streamline, especially children’s or teens’ bedrooms. Clean them out and clear away as much clutter as your son or daughter will allow. Invest in covered containers that will fit under the bed or in the closet.

2. Make the Rooms Look Bigger

You want to make each room look as spacious as possible. Start with these tricks:

→ Take out some of the furniture. Move it to the basement or storage shed, or sell it if you won’t need it in your new place

→ Clear off the kitchen counters

→ Roll up area rugs, which tend to make rooms feel smaller

→ Arrange furniture in intimate seating groups that encourage conversation and coziness. Don’t line everything up along the wall!

Installing curtains and blinds as close to the ceiling as possible draws the eye up and makes the room appear bigger. Panels should skim the floor. In this living room corner, a classic chair and small table before a window suggests to the future homeowner here is place for a morning cup of coffee in a well-lit room.

3. Pay Attention to Your Decor

Highlight your home’s best features and downplay the less-than-perfect areas to create a welcoming space.

Paint is an easy fix. When possible, paint walls in pale, neutral colors like soft grey, beige and off-white. Neutral colors allow the buyer to imagine their own furniture in place. Plus, it screams “move-in ready.”

Don’t overlook the power of the view and the importance of natural light. Window treatments can help solve many issues. Windows without draperies make a room feel empty or undone. Curtains also help absorb sound in rooms with wood floors and they can hide an unsightly view or enhance a lovely one.

If a major selling point is your view – such as green space or a gorgeous garden – don’t cover it up! Install sta- tionary panel curtains that hang well off the window. If the scene outside is less than stellar (like an alleyway or the building next door), hang sheer draperies that allow the light in but camouflage the view. As with paint color, choose drapery fabric in neutral colors and traditional patterns.

After the living room and kitchen, a great master bedroom is high on buyers’ checklists. In addition to natural light and the view, privacy is paramount.

Follow the same rules to make the space look bigger, hang as high as possible and skim the floor. Sheer curtains that can be closed allow light and hide an unappealing view while providing privacy. Keep surfaces clear of per- sonal items and choose plain, neutral bedding. Open up the wall space with minimal artwork and move the ex- cess furniture out. Buyers are looking for large rooms that feel serene and calm.

Don’t forget to spruce up any secondary bedrooms as well. Keep the window treatments simple with Roman shades and valances. If the room needs a touch of color, a classic plaid or small print that works for boys and girls is in order. Temporarily replace superhero bedspreads with coverlets or duvets in solid colors and encourage your kids to keep their room neat and tidy.

Follow these few simple staging tips and your next showing could produce a winning offer.

Source: Coldwell Banker Blue Matters

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Why You Really Need A Home Inspection


Buying a house is probably the single largest investment you’ll ever make – learn how getting a home inspection can help you get the most value for your home.

Buying a house is probably the single largest investment you’ll ever make, and you want to ensure you get the best value for your hard-earned dollar. That’s why more and more home buyers today are turning to professional Home Inspection experts. A professional Home Inspector takes a close look beneath a house’s surface and then prepares a detailed written report for the prospective buyer on such things as the condition of the foundation, electrical service, roof, insulation, and other critical structural factors. Your Coldwell Banker sales professional can help you connect with an experienced trusted Home Inspection service in your community.

Although costs will vary, you can probably expect to spend three to four hundred dollars for an inspection of a single family home. And who pays for it? Well, since the benefit is almost entirely that of the home buyer, it’s usually the buyer who pays the cost of the home inspection …particularly in a “hot” real estate market, where the home sellers have more leverage. All things considered, it’s a small price to pay for the peace of mind it provides, and the negotiating power it can give you — especially if it indicates that there are major repairs required, but you decide to make an offer anyway.

When it comes to making your offer to purchase, your Coldwell Banker professional can provide you with good advice on how to allow for a home inspection as a part of this process. Subject to the homeowner’s permission, you can commission a Home Inspection before or even after submitting your offer to purchase. This is done by having your Coldwell Banker salesperson prepare a conditional offer that’s contingent on a Home Inspection report that’s acceptable to you. This approach gives you some distinct advantages: if the conditional offer is accepted, the property is temporarily held against other offers, yet you still have a legal escape route if the report turns up some major negative surprises, such as a bad roof or a crumbling foundation. On the other hand, if the conditional offer isn’t accepted, then the need to pay for a home inspection may never arise. Your Coldwell Banker professional can counsel you on the best approach to suit your market and your individual situation.

Source: Coldwell Banker Blue Matters

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7 Tips for Finding a Home as a Couple

Finding a first home can be a roller-coaster of emotion. Here are some tips to make the ride more enjoyable.


Buying a home is a major milestone for couples. Aside from the fact that it will most likely be the most significant purchase they will ever make together it is also one of the most exciting decisions a couple will make too. For those who are new to the process of a buying a home excitement can quickly turn to anxiety as talk of finances, home inspections and new real estate terms make their way into daily conversations. It’s no secret…navigating the world of homeownership together requires some extra work.


For those couples looking to purchase a home, here are seven tips that will ensure a “harmonious house hunt” without rocking the relationship (at least too much that is):


Get pre-approved for a loan. There are few things worse than finding the perfect home, only to find out that it costs more than one can afford. Before beginning the house hunt, we highly recommend getting pre-approved for a loan. A pre-approval will let couples know where they fall financially while informing the mortgage company that they are ready to buy. Additionally, being pre-approved for a loan can help speed up the closing process once an offer has been accepted.


Set a budget. Beyond income and savings, there are a number of other financial elements to consider before setting a price range for the new home. Once a couple has decided on a location, they should consider its proximity to their family, jobs and schools for children and gauge travel costs. The next step is to add up monthly bills, including the couple’s car payments, phone bills, insurance, groceries, and credit card payments. This total estimated cost of living should be factored into the couple’s overall budget.


Get on the same page. Whether it is a quiet neighborhood or a two-car garage, everyone has their own “must haves” when it comes to the home of their dreams. For a couple looking for a home to share, it is important to discuss each of their essentials before beginning the search. Keep in mind that agreeing on all of the features of a future home will likely be impossible, so be prepared to compromise. Once the list of “must haves” is finalized, contact a real estate professional who can determine if the expectations are realistic given the homes currently on the market.


Allocate additional funds. The down payment on a new home is just one of the significant financial aspects of a move.  Even after both people’s belongings are combined there will likely still be a need to purchase furniture and other items like a washer and dryer which will require additional budget. The last thing a couple will want to do is start out their life together with nothing in the bank!


Be patient. Coldwell Banker Real Estate survey found that women are likely to make up their minds faster than men. Almost 70 percent of women surveyed decided the day they walked into the house that it was right for them, while 32 percent of men needed two or more visits. It will likely take multiple trips to the home before both members of the couple decide it is “the one.” If a spouse needs more time, be patient and try not to pressure them.


Take inventory of everyone’s belongings. Before moving into a new home together, each person should make a list of the furniture they plan to keep and compare it with their partner’s. There may not be a need (or a place) for three televisions and two kitchen tables in the new house. Consider selling unwanted pieces of furniture online, or holding a garage sale.  The money made is sure to be put to good use on purchases for the new home.


Sign a contract. For a couple who has yet to walk down the aisle, it is important to contact an attorney before closing on a home. A contract should be drawn up outlining who is responsible for what expenses and how assets will be divided in the event of a split.

Happy House Hunting!

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