Sepehr Safaee  YourOttawaRealEstate.com

Sepehr Safaee YourOttawaRealEstate.com

Sales Representative

SUTTON GROUP-PREMIER REALTY (2008) LTD.

Mobile:
(613) 769-9302
Office:
(613) 254-6580
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Sepehr Safaee  YourOttawaRealEstate.com

Sepehr Safaee YourOttawaRealEstate.com

Sales Representative

SUTTON GROUP-PREMIER REALTY (2008) LTD.

Mobile:
(613) 769-9302
Office:
(613) 254-6580
Email Me

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7 Qualities of a Good Neighbor

 

Win and woo your next-door friends with a little neighborly know-how.

If you want good neighbors, you’ll first have to become one yourself. Master these seven techniques, and even you (yes, you!) can win the approval of your entire neighborhood.

 

Your Top 5 Fireplace Questions, Answered

 

Ready for the snap, crackle and pop of a roaring fire? Here's everything you need to know.

Fireplaces are one of the most sought-after home features, but using one can be intimidating, and you’ve probably got questions.

 

How do I use a wood-burning fireplace?

If a cave man can start a fire, so can you.

3 Design Tricks That Will Make Your Small Space Feel Big

Low on square footage? Don't sweat it — a small space is an opportunity to get clever.

Got a small space in your home that you’re not sure what to do with? Or is your cramped apartment forcing you to get creative with your furniture arrangements? You’re not alone.

Make your small room or living area fit your needs with clever solutions that will streamline your life and maximize your space.

10 Ways to Make a Small Bathroom Look Bigger

A little design magic can make even the tiniest bathroom feel spacious.

Small bathrooms aren’t the easiest spaces to work with. They’re usually cramped and crowded, with limited natural light and awkward layouts.

Whether it’s your powder room or your apartment bathroom that’s cramping your style, here are a few tips for making any small bathroom seem bigger — no wall demolition required.

 

9 Tips for Achieving Maximum Coziness

Gray skies don’t have to mean a drab indoor life.

As fall continues and the days become shorter, it’s too tempting to just hibernate until spring. But there is, indeed, joy to be found in the quieter months of the year.

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