How to Stay in My Home After Foreclosure in Montreal

A recent study estimates that 47% of foreclosed properties are still occupied. When you first see that stat you may be surprised… but we’re not. What most people don’t realize is that banks aren’t in the business to own homes. They are in the business to loan people money. But when they have to foreclose … Continued

How To Sell Your House To Avoid Foreclosure In Montreal

Do you need to sell your house to avoid foreclosure in Montreal? Learn more about what you can do to stop the bank and save your credit in our latest post! Nobody wants to deal with the foreclosure process, but unfortunately, it happens to good people every day. While foreclosure rates are down to about … Continued

What Do I Need To Do To Sell My House In Montreal Quebec?

You want to sell your Montreal house, and you want to get top dollar. Excellent! But “What do I need to do to sell my house in Montreal“? Here are some tips on how to get your home ready to sell if you’re looking for top dollar that the market will bear: *NOTE: These instructions … Continued

How To Sell Your House Without Any Cost in Montreal

Do you want to sell your house without any cost in Montreal? In our latest post, we will share with you several ways to not only save money but to sell without any cost whatsoever. Keep reading to learn more about what we can offer!  If you have listed a Montreal house in the past, … Continued

We Buy Houses in Montreal Companies – Are They Credible?

If you’ve been driving around in Montreal, chances are you’ve seen some billboards advertising companies that buy houses. Often times they say things like “We Buy Montreal Houses!” or “Cash For Your House”. Are These “We Buy Houses in Montreal Companies” Credible? How do I know if the local house buying companies out there are honest … Continued

Understanding the Foreclosure Process in Quebec

Understanding the foreclosure process in Quebec is an important part of navigating your own home foreclosure. Before we dive in… Understanding the Foreclosure Process in Quebec What is foreclosure anyway? Foreclosure is the legal process that lenders use to take back property securing a loan, generally after the borrower stops making payments. Foreclosure is no fun. … Continued

Podcast 3rd House on the Left with guest Justin Colby

Justin Colby wears many hats in the Real Estate industry. Justin is currently the President & Co-Founder of Phoenix Wealth Builders LLC. The company has been wholesaling and flipping homes in Arizona since 2011. After graduating from UCLA in 2003, Justin owned a sales company that produced over $500,000 in commissions a year and focused … Continued

3 Ways To Tell Real Estate Agents And Investors Apart In Montreal

If you’re thinking of selling, you’ll likely connect with people who want to help. Some will be agents and some will be investors. Check out this blog post to read about 3 ways to tell real estate agents and investors apart in Montreal, and help you understand why you might want to work with one … Continued

5 Benefits of Downsizing Your House in Montreal

Downsizing your house in Montreal is a great idea for many reasons. Save more time, money, and live somewhere that will be more comfortable for you! Keep reading to learn more about all of the benefits downsizing your home will offer you!  Downsizing your house in Montreal comes with numerous benefits. Between the saved time, … Continued

How To Set Your Asking Price When Selling a Home in Montreal

When selling your home in Montreal, you will obviously want to get a great price for it. However you don’t want to price too high, and scare off potential buyers, nor do you want to price too low, losing out on thousands of dollars. There are proven methods and strategies we would like to share … Continued

Can I Sell My House in Foreclosure in Montreal?

Do you have a Montreal Quebec house that’s in foreclosure right now? Many people going through the Quebec foreclosure process want to get out from under that burdensome house and wonder if they can sell the house in foreclosure. The short answer: yes. The long answer: it’s a little more complicated, but usually you can … Continued