Sepehr Safaee  YourOttawaRealEstate.com

Sepehr Safaee YourOttawaRealEstate.com

Sales Representative

Sutton Group - Ottawa Realty, Brokerage

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(613) 769-9302
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Sepehr Safaee  YourOttawaRealEstate.com

Sepehr Safaee YourOttawaRealEstate.com

Sales Representative

Sutton Group - Ottawa Realty, Brokerage

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

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8 Ways to Incorporate Your Passions Into Your Home Decor

Your home reflects who you are, and you’re way more than a selection of tasteful paint and furniture. Why not celebrate your passions by incorporating them into your decorating? When your talents, skills, and hobbies are on display as a natural part of your decor, you feel more inspired and more at home.

Could you use the new first-time buyers incentive?

 

The First-Time Home Buyer’s Incentive – the federal government’s much-debated mortgage equity sharing program – went into effect Sept. 2. It’s designed to reduce monthly mortgage costs by boosting qualified buyers’ down payments with an interest-free cash infusion from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) (five per cent for resale homes and five per cent or 10 per cent for new builds).

Everything you need to know about down payments!

 

For many, saving for a down payment is one of the biggest roadblocks to becoming a homeowner. In today’s economic climate, saving money is challenging to say the least. Every month we try to put something away despite our normal expenses and it still seems like there is always something that will pop up and eat into our savings. Many people believe, “Real estate prices are so high that I will never be able to save 20 per cent, so I will never own a home”.

Mortgage stress test rules get more lenient for first time.

 

For the first time since the government implemented new stress test rules on Canadian home loans, the bar has been lowered — meaning a would-be homebuyer could be approved for a bigger mortgage today than they would have yesterday.

10 Things You Need to Do When Buying A Home

 

 

Everything you need to know about buying a home — on one index card.

A home is often the biggest financial investment you’ll make in your lifetime. In fact, a recent Zillow analysisreports that the typical American homeowner has 40% of their wealth tied up in their home.

3 Reasons to Live in a New Home Before Renovating

 

New house? Hold that sledgehammer! You might want to hold off until you've settled in.

In today’s market, many buyers forego fixer-uppers for move-in ready homes. As a result, significant opportunities abound in prime locations as homes that need work linger on the market.

5 Tips for Spring Lawn Prep

 

The lush lawn of your spring-loving dreams is just a few steps away.

Even if your lawn is made up of weeds more than actual grass, you can turn it around with some basic spring maintenance. Try these five tips to get your lawn ready before the weather warms up and the grass (and weeds) leave you in the dust.

Maximizing Space in a Small Kitchen

 

Small kitchens can be a challenge. Use these tips to set up a kitchen that lets your inner chef shine.

Many homes come with kitchens that are less than ideal. The lighting can be terrible, the appliances old, the floors grimy … and counter space? Well, that’s a nice idea.

Get the most out of the kitchen space you do have with these tips.

Our New Concierge Service!

Our team has just invested in a moving concierge technology established to simplify our client's lives.

This new platform will assist our clients with everything from changing addresses, transferring home services and understand the moving process.

We are completely committed to the client experience, we hope this new service will bring value to our clients and make the transition into the new home as easy as possible.

2019 Design Forecast: What's In, What's Out

 

Is it time to say goodbye to shiplap and millennial pink? This design expert weighs in.

As we flip to the last pages of our 2018 calendar, it’s time to look at interior design trends on the rise — and say goodbye to those on their way out in 2019.

Here are our predictions about what’s in and what’s out in the year to come.

 

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