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Even Small Improvements Pay Off

Posted on Nov 19, 2018

Are you torn between improving your home's decor, versus making upgrades you know will increase your home's resale value? Many homeowners are surprised to hear that doing a little bit of both will actually pay off.

Start by making two lists — upgrades for your home value and upgrades just for you. Upgrades for your home may consist of replacing old...

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Tackle One Room At A Time

Posted on Nov 19, 2018

How can you harness the energy that comes from new ideas and still be smart when you make those improvements? Make the commitment to tackle one room at a time. Whether it's a simple coat of paint or knocking down a wall, by tackling one room at a time you keep projects achievable.

Make a list of all the things you dream about doing, break your list...

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Plan Your Renovation

Posted on Nov 19, 2018

Whether you just bought a house or you have lived there for a while, the fastest way to increase your home's value is by making a plan.

You will fare better if upgrades are made intentionally and not on impulse. Home improvement projects cost about 20 to 25 cents on the dollar. The other 75 to 80 cents spent go directly back into the home through in...

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Blog Post - A recent testimonial

Posted on Aug 27, 2017

A Testimonial from another happy client!

Theo, you are awesome! Thank you very much for finding a very comfortable house for our family. As first time home buyers, we were unsure, nervous and excited about finding our home. We asked many questions. You were very patient and guided us through every step. You always gave his honest opinions about ever...

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Six Reasons For Buying Your First Home

Posted on Mar 14, 2017

If you’re reading this, you’ve already been thinking of buying real estate with Theo Kefalas at 2 Percent Realty. If you’re not already on the property ladder, then here are six clear-cut reasons to hop on immediately and look for that home for sale in Okanagan.

1. Pay your own mortgage instead of someone else’s

No-one wants to rent forever, or live...

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