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  • Budgeting: Decorating Your New Home

    Budgeting is an important part of buying a new home. After you have the keys to your new home, you will want to decorate and furnish it right away. Many people focus more on the process of buying the home and less on the fact that they will want to decorate it afterward. There are some effortless ways to budget for furniture and decorating any time in buying a new place to live.   Plan Every Room Each room needs a plan. Decide how you want your rooms to look from the rugs to the art on the walls. Don't ...

  • Six Tips for Creating a Relaxing Master Bedroom in Your Home

    Are you ignoring the condition of your master bedroom so that you can invest in the areas of your home that guests might see? If you are, then you aren’t treating yourself in the best way. You spend a large portion of each day or night in your bedroom, trying to get restful sleep to maintain your mental and physical well-being. In order to have a soothing ambience in your master bedroom, you should create a restful environment. Here are some tips for making your home’s bedroom a relaxing place.   Focus on the Bed in Your Master Bedroom Make ...

  • Buying a Smaller Home and Storage Solutions for Every Room

    If you are looking for a small home to fit into your budget, you may be concerned about storage. If you visualize how to organize and store items in a potential home, sometimes this helps during decision time. Keeping clutter organized is necessary to feel good in the spaces your new home provides.   The Kitchen If your kitchen is small, there are many storage solutions to stay organized and functional. Hang your pots from the ceiling or on a wall rack to save cupboard space. There are also wall racks for spices and towels.   The Bathroom Cupboards, racks ...

  • Six Tips for Keeping Your Home Warmer during the Winter

    When you are trying to cope with a cold Canadian winter, it is vital to find ways to keep your home warmer each day and night. In addition to making you feel uncomfortable, cold temperatures can damage your home's materials with higher moisture levels. Here are a few ways to keep your home warmer this winter.   Block the Drafts in Your Home If it is breezy outside, then you won't have any problems finding the drafts in your home. Make sure to take notes as you walk through your home to find where the air is circulating so that ...

  • How Soon Should You Renovate Your Home if You Intend to Sell?

    Are you thinking about selling your home? If so, you are very likely also thinking about ways to increase its resale value. It isn't enough to simply break even on the sale of your home. Losing money isn't even a consideration. This leaves you with the option of making a few timely repairs or even adding a few features to your home. The main question will be whether or not you can do it for a price that won't put a dent in your budget. There is also the related question of how soon should you begin?   If You're ...

Caitlin Weaver
Sales Representative
(416) 890-3017

Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, Brokerage
1300 Yonge Street, Suite 100
Toronto, ON M4T 1X3

(416) 925-9191