Adam Stewart

The Village By The Arboretum | Guelph Retirement Community Homes for Sale by Adam Stewart, Chestnut Park West

The Village By The Arboretum | Guelph Retirement Community Homes for Sale by Adam Stewart, Chestnut Park West

VIDEO: As many people in the Guelph community know, the Village By The Arboretum is one of the very special places in Guelph to call home, affectionately referred to as the VBA. The Village By The Arboretum has been carefully designed to bring residents together in a healthy and active lifestyle. The community occupies one hundred twelve acres south of the University of Guelph, with over nine hundred residents, and is made up of four hundred and ninety seven single family homes and town homes, eighty one luxury condominium units in two buildings, ninety three luxury mid rise apartment rental suites and two hundred eleven apartments and full service retirement suites in the Village of Arbour Trails.

Guelph Condo Sales | Selling or Buying a Condo in Guelph? Here's a Few Tips...

Guelph Condo Sales | Selling or Buying a Condo in Guelph? Here's a Few Tips...

VIDEO: Downtown Guelph Condo Sales | How to Sell or Buy A Guelph Condo Using a Realtor®

So I have a question for you. If you're a condo owner, what do you think really matters with selling your condo? I have a few ideas. Firstly, exposure matters. More than ninety percent of buyers start their home search online. Working with a Realtor like myself gets your listing ten times more exposure to condo buyers by using the MLS platform and our social media strategies combined. And also, Chestnut Park West subscribes to something called the data Distribution Facility. This helps increase the visibility in reach of your listings.

Selling the House During Divorce or Separation | Tips for a Smooth Transition

Selling the House During Divorce or Separation | Tips for a Smooth Transition

VIDEO: Dealing with Divorce & The Sale of Your House? The most common option to deal with the house during divorce is to sell it and divide the proceeds as per your separation agreement. If neither spouse wants to stay in the family home, or if neither can afford to buy out the other, you can put the property on the market and try to get the best possible price for it. Keep in mind that before the sales proceeds can be divided, you’ll have to pay off the mortgage, any equity line or second mortgage, and the Realtor fees.