Top Regrets of First Time Home Sellers

Zillow recently released a report after surveying nearly 2000 Home Sellers that sold their first home in the last 2 years. 

The statistics were shocking – with nearly 84% of recent first-time home sellers having regrets about their sale.

So what were the top regrets amongst these sellers, and how can YOU prevent this from happening to you?

First, let’s start with the top regrets:

  1. Not having a winning pricing strategy
  2. Ignoring curb appeal
  3. Bad timing
  4. Ignoring repairs

These might seem obvious, but when it is actually you selling your own home, the process is incredibly emotional and oftentimes, our vantage point is clouded.  I was a Realtor for several years when I sold my last personal residence.  Let me tell you, I would be lying if I said I didn’t make mistakes.  I would have been the worst client, ever! It is so funny how much more difficult it became to view the process pragmatically, when I was selling something so personal to me.  So, I can see how people would end up with regrets as many of the decisions are made from a place of emotion and not necessarily rational thought.  Sometimes, we can be our own worst enemies. I should maybe add here that I was also 9 months pregnant when I sold that home – so emotions were running very high.  Let’s call it extreme nesting. 

Let’s discuss then what I would recommend as a Realtor that can capably sell your home, just not her own.  Without further ado, here are my recommendations to combat making one of the four mistakes discussed:

  1. Not having a winning pricing strategy. Getting the price right, is so very important, and trusting the professionals is paramount.  Pricing too high, means your house often sits, Buyers begin to dismiss it and think something is wrong with it – and almost always, those sales end up less than market average on a price-per-square-foot basis.  Price too low though, and you could be leaving good money on the table.  It is so hard to price a property if we have a personal attachment to it. We oftentimes have confirmation bias when it comes to our own residences.  For instance, we might only see support for higher pricing on our home based on our own interpretation of the comps.  Maybe your yard is slightly bigger, and your garage is newer.  But perhaps we fail to take into consideration that their yard was more functional or their garage was larger and better constructed.  Whatever it might be, it is important to not make our own assessments in terms of pricing.  I see no harm in having a range of what you deem to be an acceptable listing price.  However, I strongly advise that you consult the professionals in arriving at a listing price.  I actually think you should consult with a few professionals, just to get a well-rounded picture of the market.  Sometimes those opinions may vary, but getting an appropriate range is what is important.  If you find there are outliers in pricing, look at the Agent’s track record.  Have they been successful at selling homes in your neighbourhood?  Getting the price right from the get-go, will put you in the strongest position to net the most!
  2. Ignoring Curb Appeal. You only get one first impression, and if that first-impression isn’t great – Buyers are going to be extra critical when they are touring your property.  For instance, peeling paint outside might signal neglect or a lack of care. It is always best to start out on the right foot!  In Winnipeg, sometimes it can be tricky to work on that curb appeal when you are selling in the dead of winter.  But there are still things you can do!  For instance, a shoveled and well-lit walkway leading to the home.  Updated exterior light fixtures (that all match including the bulbs) also goes a long way.  Even changing out the house numbers, putting a nice wreath on the door, etc. all communicate pride of ownership.  Selling in the spring/summer? Be sure to trim back hedges, have freshly cut grass, take down those Christmas lights, put some beautiful planters and a nice mat outside the front door, etc.  Always be thinking about showing pride of ownership, as that translates to a well-cared-for home, and ultimately – more money in your pocket!
  3. Bad timing.  Warren Buffet will tell you that you can’t time any market.  And for the most part, he is correct.  There are definitely different months of the year that are more difficult to sell, and there are even times of the week in which you should be listing to catch the eyes of the optimal amount of Buyers.  Having the right strategy, will always result in higher returns.
  4. Ignoring Repairs.  Similar to the curb appeal example given above, ignoring repairs, or deferred maintenance are huge concerns for Buyers. If they are touring your home and are given a long laundry-list of items that need to be addressed, it is easy to see how they may become overwhelmed. Shingles, windows, electrical, plumbing, furnaces, hot water tanks, etc. all needing to be redone in the near-future mean there isn’t money left over for them to do the cosmetics or put their personal stamp on the home.  Sure, maybe having to deal with one item from the list above would be within the realm of acceptability.  But in general, Buyers do expect a Seller to perform regular maintenance on their home, and many indications of deferred maintenance will just scream “money pit”.  In which case, brace for the lowball offer!

I know I am biased, but I highly recommend getting the opinion of a professional, just to make sure you don’t have regrets when selling.  Having a well-prepared home, that is properly priced, properly marketed, along with a well-executed strategy, means you will always win!

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Jennifer Queen

Phone: (204) 797-7945



Maximizing Home Value Before Selling - What to Do...

Selling your home can be both exciting and daunting. You want to ensure that you get the best possible price for your property, and that often means making some strategic improvements and staging it effectively.

Whether you’re a seasoned homeowner or a first-time seller, there are several simple steps you can take to maximize the resale value of your home without breaking the bank.

  1. Enhance Curb Appeal: The first impression matters, and the exterior of your home is the first thing potential buyers will see. Simple enhancements like repainting the front door, adding potted plants, ensuring the lawn is well-maintained and that shrubs and bushes are trimmed, can significantly boost curb appeal without costing a fortune.
  2. Paint: A fresh coat of paint can work wonders in transforming the look and feel of your home. Think neutral and light colours that appeal to a broader audience and make rooms appear brighter and more spacious.
  3. Upgrade Kitchen & Bathrooms: Kitchen and bathrooms are key selling points for homes. While major renovations can be costly, you can make noticeable improvements by updating fixtures, replacing cabinet hardware, installing new faucets or refinishing cabinets.
  4. Declutter & Depersonalize: Clearing out clutter and personal items can help potential buyers envision themselves living in the space. Pack away family photos, excess knick-knacks and any other personal belongings that may distract buyers from seeing the potential of the home.
  5. Maximize Natural Light: Natural light can make a space feel more inviting and spacious. Remove heavy drapes or curtains, trim back overgrown bushes or trees blocking windows, and ensure that windows are clean to maximize the amount of natural light flowing into your home.
  6. Create Defined Spaces: Help buyers visualize the functionality of each room by defining its purpose. Arrange furniture in a way that highlights the rooms potential use, whether it’s a cozy reading nook, home office, or formal dining area.
  7. Invest in Minor Repairs: Attend to any minor repairs such as leaky faucets, squeaky doors, cracked tile, or chipped paint. While these may seem like small issues, they can signal neglect to potential buyers and distract them from the overall appeal of your home.
  8. Add Greenery and Flowers: Incorporating plants and flowers into your home to key areas such as the entryway, living room, or dining area adds a touch of freshness and colour.
  9. Consult with a Professional Stager: If you’re unsure about how to best showcase your home, consider hiring a professional stager. They can provide valuable insights and recommendations for optimizing the layout, décor, and overall presentation of your home to appeal to a wider audience.

These simple home improvements and staging tips can help you maximize the resale value of your home and attract potential buyers. Remember, it’s the little details that can make a big difference in how your home is perceived!

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Sheyla Duncan

Phone: (204) 871-3228


Staging Costs in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Lately, I've noticed a recurring question from clients: "Is staging expensive?" It seems folks are grappling with whether the effort and expense are truly worthwhile.

The short answer is yes – staging is almost always worthwhile. 


But you do have to view the expense of staging as an investment – with figures usually starting from $1500 and going up from there for a whole home stage.

So, what exactly factors into home staging costs, you ask? Here's our take on how those fees come together:

  1. Consultation and Planning: It all kicks off with an initial consultation, where we, along with our stager dive into assessing the property, determining who our likely client will be, hashing out goals, and crafting a tailored staging plan. This stage requires a blend of design expertise, knowledge of market trends, and an intuitive grasp of buyer psychology.  For every listing, we pay a consultation fee to our stager to come and do a walk through of the property. In all honesty, this is likely one of the most value-adding parts of the process (especially when combined with professional photography and videography).
  2. Furniture and Accessories: A significant chunk of staging expenses goes into curating the right furniture and accessories to elevate the property's visual appeal. Think sofas, chairs, tables, rugs, artwork, lighting fixtures – you name it. Every piece is carefully selected to compliment the home's style and resonate with the target audience.  This furniture comes at a cost.  Sometimes stagers will actually rent the furniture from other outfits, if it means getting the right piece for your home.
  3. Vacant Home Considerations: Vacant properties often require a larger quantity of furnishings and accessories compared to occupied ones. Costs here can vary depending on factors like quantity, style, and size of the items tailored to each property's needs.
  4. Transportation and Logistics: Moving furniture and accessories to and from the property involves logistical coordination and transportation costs. Stagers have to factor in expenses like labour, delivery, setup, and removal, along with the need for suitable vehicles to transport the staging inventory.
  5. Staging Execution: On staging day, the team works its magic, arranging furniture and accessories to showcase the property's best features and create a cohesive aesthetic. This process demands skill, creativity, and meticulous attention to detail to ensure every room exudes visual appeal and charm.
  6. Professional Expertise: Behind the scenes, stagers invest in ongoing training, education, and certification to stay ahead of industry trends. Their expertise in design, marketing, and psychology enables them to stage properties effectively for maximum impact.
  7. Overhead: Like any business, staging companies shoulder overhead expenses such as insurance, warehousing, transportation, labour, utilities, marketing, and administrative costs. These overheads are factored into the overall cost of staging services.

Now, with all that being said, we understand that taking on the expense and effort of staging can be daunting. The numbers can seem quite steep, and there's always the lingering question: will your home even sell? That's why we offer our clients the option of rolling staging fees into the commissions.

It's worth noting that our base fee already covers what we feel are the essentials like consultation and planning, accessory staging (items sourced from our own inventory), and professional execution.

Adjustments to the fee structure typically only come into play when larger-scale projects require bringing in movers or ordering additional furniture to be installed.  But in general, we have tchotchkes, dining tables, chairs, bar stools, sofas, rugs, coffee tables, pillows, towels, throws, etc.  And those are available at no additional charge!

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Jennifer Queen

Phone: (204) 797-7945


Closing Costs in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Buying or selling a home in Manitoba involves more than just the purchase price, it also involves closing costs. Closing costs are additional expenses incurred beyond the homes purchase price, these fees cover various services essential for finalizing a real estate transaction.

Buyers Closing Costs:

For buyers, closing costs typically range from 1.5% to 3% of the homes purchase price, excluding the down payment. Several factors influence these costs, including specific terms of the offer and mortgage details.

  1. Contingencies in the offer: Depending on the offers terms, additional costs may arise. For example, if you would like a home inspection to be completed, this will typically cost around $500. While not mandatory, many buyers opt for a home inspection to ensure the property’s condition.
  2. Mortgage details: Mortgage terms and conditions, such as mortgage default insurance and appraisal fees can impact closing costs significantly.
  3. Legal Fees: Legal services and administrative fees are crucial for a smooth property transfer. These may include title searches, title insurance, and land transfer tax.
  4. Other costs: Additional closing costs for buyers may include property insurance, GST (for new or substantially renovated homes), and moving expenses.

Sellers Closing Costs:

Sellers also incur closing costs which include real estate commissions, legal fees, and any outstanding taxes or mortgage related expenses associated with the property. Additionally, sellers closing costs may also include the final water bill, and moving expenses.

Closing costs are an inevitable part of the purchase and sale process. Having a general understanding of what closing costs may apply to you will allow you to better prepare for the purchase or sale of a home and mitigate the risk encountering unforeseen fees during this process.

Looking for a quote on the expenses ahead? Please be sure to reach out.  I'm happy to help you gather the information you need to make your moving decision!

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Sheyla Duncan

Phone: (204) 871-3228


Windsor Park Real Estate: A Testament to Growth in 2024

Windsor Park, a vibrant community within Winnipeg, which is experiencing a energetic shift in its real estate market, demonstrating strong growth and increased activity as we move through the first quarter of 2024. A detailed analysis of the latest statistics reveals significant trends that are shaping the market, making Windsor Park an area with promising potential for homebuyers and investors alike.

Surging Average Sale Prices

March 2024 has seen a remarkable surge in the average sale price to $370,100, a considerable jump from February's $336,350 and effortlessly surpassing the previous year's average of $361,454. This upward price momentum underscores a solid demand for homes in Windsor Park, emphasizing its allure and supporting the confidence of families eager to plant roots here.

Sales Volume and Listings: The Heat is On

March saw a remarkable leap in sales to 18, a substantial increase from February’s 7, laying the groundwork for a year that might well exceed the previous tally of 122 sales. This escalation, alongside climbing prices, outlines a fiercely competitive market. A scarcity of listings is met with high demand for premium homes, underscoring the urgency for buyers. The current landscape underscores a market brimming with potential yet restricted by the availability of new listings, nudging buyers towards swift decision-making.

Market Liquidity and Efficiency

Properties in Windsor Park are moving fast, maintaining a 7-day market presence similar to the previous month, and significantly outpacing the last quarter and year. This brisk turnover, coupled with an uptick in active listings to 20 from the previous 9, offers a glimmer of hope in an otherwise tight market. Yet, with a sales-to-active ratio of 90%, the demand for Windsor Park homes remains unyielded.

Windsor Park in the Greater Winnipeg Context

The overall Winnipeg Regional Real Estate Board statistics for March and the first quarter of 2024 reflect a positive trend that is also mirrored in Windsor Park. With all MLS® sales up 11% from last year and the average residential detached MLS® price up 8%, Windsor Park is part of a broader pattern of growth within Winnipeg's real estate market.

Interest Rates and Future Outlook

The Bank of Canada's steady hand, maintaining the key interest rate at 5% for the sixth time, signals a conducive climate for the real estate market. This financial stability is anticipated to bolster confidence among buyers and investors in Windsor Park and beyond. With speculations of impending rate adjustments, all eyes are on the forthcoming June announcement, stirring a blend of anticipation and speculation.

Looking Forward

Windsor Park is showcasing signs of a thriving real estate market as we progress through 2024. With rising average sale prices, a competitive market environment, and quick sales turnover, Windsor Park is positioned as a desirable location for those looking to invest or find their next home in Winnipeg. As the market continues to evolve, potential buyers and sellers in Windsor Park will find opportunities in a community that is not only growing but thriving in the dynamic landscape of Winnipeg's real estate market.


Amy McDermid 

Phone:(204) 470-5356



Living on South Drive in East Fort Garry, Winnipeg

It is an area we are often asked to assist on.  However, so few properties rarely come for sale along this stretch, and when they do - they are snapped up quickly!

Welcome to South Drive, where the dreams of homeownership align with the serene beauty of nature and a tight-knit community vibe all while meandering along the curves of the Red River. Here, each house tells a story, and no two are alike.  This is a street with promise of new beginnings while combining prestige and history. There are many memories yet to be made. South Drive isn't just about the homes for sale; it's about discovering a lifestyle that cherishes every sunrise, values neighbors as friends, and finds harmony in the balance of city convenience and natural beauty. If you're seeking a house that feels like home in a community that feels like family, your search begins here.


Real Estate Market Overview

Navigating the South Drive real estate options are like uncovering hidden gems. The market boasts a diverse array of houses, from charming vintage bungalows to modern architectural marvels, all reflecting the eclectic spirit of the community. However, the options come up quite seldom here - oftentimes properties are sold off market. With prices that range from above-average for Winnipeg all the way up to luxury price points. Riverfront lots always tend to sell for more.  There are opportunities that cater to a spectrum of aspirations and lifestyles here. Notable trends along South Drive include a growing demand for sustainable living features and spaces that blend indoor and outdoor living seamlessly. The variety available ensures that whether you're a first-time buyer or looking to upgrade, there's a match for you on South Drive.


Buying a House on South Drive

Purchasing a house on South Drive is more than a transaction; it's a journey to finding your place within a vibrant community. Start by envisioning your ideal lifestyle: Do you dream of backyard barbecues, or is a quiet, cozy reading nook more your style? Understanding the essence of what makes a house a home for you will guide your search. Partner with a realtor who not only knows South Drive but loves it – someone who can provide insider insights into the nuances of the neighbourhood. Embrace the process, and remember, the right house on South Drive is not just about the walls that enclose it but the life that unfolds within them.  Truly. 

Logan and I have looked at a few properties for ourselves up and down South Drive over the years before we settled into what we now deem to be our forever home.  What we found for properties under $1 million were homes that had some challenges.  Perhaps not so straightforward renovations, ones in which structural engineers would need to be called upon.  Ultimately, many of the homes we toured in hopes of renovating were later demolished and new houses erected in their place.  And we get it, the lots are spectacular - most of the time.  The other challenge can be riverbank erosion.  There are several houses along South Drive with the most spectacular and deep backyards.  However, there are some that have seen their yards shrink due to riverbank errosion.

In our opinion, living on the river will always be worth the maintenance expenses that we must pay for riverbank stabilization.  However, we also realize it may not be for all - and that's okay.  There are always non-river options, too.

Neighbourhood Highlights

South Drive is a mosaic of scenic beauty, community spirit, and unparalleled convenience. Imagine living where the morning jog takes you along riverfront trails, where schools are more than institutions but pillars of the community, and where local shops and eateries are just minutes from the area. South Drive’s proximity to some of Winnipeg’s most esteemed schools, lush parks like Crescent Drive Park, and pathways make it a top contender for anyone looking to buy a house. It’s a community where life’s necessities meet the pleasures of living.


In Closing...

Ready to turn the page to the next chapter of your life in South Drive? Whether you’re dreaming of a home that whispers tranquility or one that screams adventure, let’s discover it together. Contact us today to explore houses for sale in South Drive and find the home that not just meets, but exceeds your expectations. Your journey to home starts here.  Reach out to us at

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Jennifer Queen

Phone: (204) 797-7945


Is Staging Worth It?  A Take from a Winnipeg Realtor’s Perspective

Let me save you the hassle of scrolling through this entire blog post – my response is a resounding YES!

In the current real estate landscape of Winnipeg, we're still riding the wave of a robust seller's market – homes are flying off the shelves, often fetching close to or even exceeding their list price, and bidding wars have become the norm. So, will your house likely fetch a handsome sum regardless? Most likely, yes.

However, here's the crucial question: could you potentially be leaving money on the table by skipping the staging process? My answer to that is also most likely, yes.

According to the 2023 Profile of Home Staging report by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), a staggering 81 percent of buyers' agents affirmed that staging significantly aids buyers in envisioning the property as their future home. Additionally, 20 percent of buyers' agents noted a price increase of 1-5 percent for staged homes compared to similar unstaged ones.

It's imperative to grasp the value staging adds to the selling journey. Staging is, essentially, marketing. By investing in professional home staging services, sellers can amplify the market appeal of their properties, attract a broader pool of buyers, and ultimately clinch a quicker and more lucrative sale. Moreover, it helps preemptively address potential objections buyers might raise.

realtors that stage in winnipegNow, who should ultimately bear the cost of staging? One common concern we encounter is the expense associated with staging, and indeed, it can add up. However, on our team, we often shoulder the burden of staging costs. Nevertheless, there's no one-size-fits-all answer to this question.

We always cover the expense of the staging consultation, which involves a comprehensive room-by-room discussion and plan, not just a walkthrough with the Realtor, but also with our stager. We strive to work with your existing furniture whenever feasible, as long as it effectively showcases the space. In cases where additional items are needed – what we term an accessory stage – there's usually no extra charge if they're sourced from our staging inventory, which includes a plethora of items ranging from couches, chairs, bar stools, beds, and dining tables to artwork and rugs. We quite literally, have it all.

Of course, there are instances where more extensive staging is warranted. For example, in the case of a vacant home where our existing inventory wouldn't quite fill-out the space, and professional movers are required to transport items, additional fees may come into play. However, such scenarios are relatively rare, and we always engage in thorough consultations with our clients to devise a tailored plan. In some cases, alternative solutions like virtual staging or targeted staging for specific problematic areas of the home may also be explored (also services that we cover). Regardless of any fees involved, we ensure that the investment in staging yields significant returns.

We afford our clients the flexibility to either cover the staging costs upfront or roll them into the commissions. While some Realtors staunchly advocate for sellers to foot the staging bill upfront, given that they stand to reap the greatest financial rewards, I also recognize the substantial benefits of presenting a properly staged home. We take immense pride in the meticulous attention we devote to presenting our listings in the best possible light.

But yes, staging is 100% worth the expense. I have yet to encounter a situation in which the staging did not pay for itself in the sale proceeds

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Jennifer Queen

Phone: (204) 797-7945


Navigating the Post-Offer Phase: What Happens After Your Offer is Accepted

Congratulations! Your offer has been accepted. Before you start celebrating, there are crucial steps to navigate in the post-offer phase. While you may think most of the work is done, this is the time you need to ensure you are on top of everything, listening to your Realtor, & meeting deadlines. For many buyers, the post-offer phase can seem mysterious. While much focus is placed on finding the perfect home and making an offer, what happens after is equally important.

Securing Your Deposit:

Once both parties have signed the offer to purchase confirming acceptance of your bid, your Realtor will likely arrange for the collection of your deposit. This deposit isn’t just a financial commitment; it demonstrates your intent to proceed with the purchase. Typically, the deposit is required within 24 hours of acceptance and can be made through a bank draft, certified cheque, or e-transfer.

Meeting Condition Deadlines:

Many offers come with conditions or contingencies that must be fulfilled within specified deadlines. Common conditions include financing approval and a home inspection. These deadlines typically range from 3-7 days from acceptance. Effective scheduling and communication with your bank, inspector, and Realtor are crucial for meeting these deadlines seamlessly.

Finalizing Conditions:

Once your conditions are satisfied, it is time to sign off on them, solidifying the deal and transforming it into a firm sale. Congratulations, you’ve officially purchased a home! If the home inspection was to reveal unsatisfactory results or financing approval isn’t secured, this phase offers the opportunity to terminate the transaction, with your deposit remaining refundable.

Preparing for Possession:

As we transition from meeting deadlines to preparing for possession day, there is a slight slowdown in activity. Depending on the possession timeline, you’ll begin sorting through belongings, packing up, and considering important tasks like mail forwarding and notifying address changes. Stay in touch with your mortgage specialist and lawyer to finalize details, and before you know it possession day will arrive!

Navigating the post-offer phase is a crucial part of the home buying process. With guidance from your Realtor and effective communication, you can ensure a smooth transition from offer acceptance to possession day. 

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Sheyla Duncan

Phone: (204) 871-3228

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