Have You Ever Hunted an Iceberg? (Here’s How!)

Have You Ever Hunted an Iceberg? (Here’s How!) Iceberg watching is a favourite activity in Newfoundland for tourists and locals alike. The first glimpse of a towering mountain of sparkling ice is truly awe-inspiring and will be a moment you’ll keep with you for years to come. If you love the outdoors and you love…

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Stage Your House for Under $100

Stage Your House for Under $100 Thanks to shows– like those on HGTV– people are interested in the ins-and-outs of the real estate business. Shows that feature house flipping, extreme renovating, and house-hunting are fun to watch, but can also make the basics of realty seem unattainable for people outside of the profession. While it’s…

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4 House-Hunting Tips You Haven’t Considered

4 House-Hunting Tips You Haven’t Considered Finding a house can be an exhilarating but stressful– especially if it’s the first time you’re in the market! Let’s take some of the stress out of the equation. Here are four easy things you can do to ensure to get the most out of your hunt: Take Notes…

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7 Tips for a Chill Summer Move

7 Tips for a Chill Summer Move Summer is, hands-down, the busiest time for moving. Barring moving at Christmas, it’s also one of the most frustrating times. Add in a little heat and a little humidity, summer moves can make even the most accomplished cringe. Use these seven suggestions to make your moving day a…

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3 National Gems in Our Backyard

3 National Gems in Our Backyard It’s no secret that St. John’s holds a wealth of historic intrigue and natural beauty which has been preserved both through the government and civic organizations. Take a moment to explore a few of the gems in our backyard! Signal Hill National Historic Site Signal Hill, a long-time strategic…

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Building a Home from the Ground, Up

Building a Home from the Ground, Up You’ve probably thought about it at least once: building a home. It sounds both intimidating and exciting, doesn’t it? I’ve represented many home buyers and contractors in my 10-year career and have this secret to tell you: building is great option for most and much less daunting than…

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3 Considerations You Must Make Before Buying a Home

3 Considerations You Must Make Before Buying a Home Entering into the housing market can be a little intimidating, especially if you’ve never done it before! Many homebuyers aren’t sure where to begin… or even when to know they’re ready to begin. Most daunting can be the financial aspect of buying a home. There are…

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Tips for Buying a Home in the Fall

Tips for Buying a Home in the Fall Fall is here, pumpkin-flavored everything is in the air, and you’re looking for a home. While the same principles for homebuying apply anytime, each season gives different perspectives and can bring certain issues into focus– ones that you might not think of at other times in the…

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Come Closer, East Coaster

Come Closer, East Coaster There’s a secret that East Coasters like to keep. We’re protective of it. And once you hear what it is, you’ll know why. Our secret? The Avalon Peninsula. I know, it’s right there on any map of Newfoundland. But it’s a hidden treasure– and that’s saying something in a province as…

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5 Newfoundland Festivals to Enjoy This Winter

5 Newfoundland Festivals to Enjoy This Winter It’s snowy. It’s windy. It’s cold. All. The. Time. And what can we expect, really? We live on the East Coast of the East Coast. We’re at the icy Atlantic’s whim. And yet, there are many, many reasons to enjoy the winter wonderland we know as Newfoundland this…

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5 Tips for Staging your House

5 Tips for Staging your House These days, if you want to sell your house quickly and for the best possible price, a coat of paint and a light cleaning aren’t enough. To inspire a buyer’s imagination and turn a house into their home, you’ve need to get a little creative – and that’s where…

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