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Realtors and home stagers… Ten-hut!

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

If you live near an army, air force or navy base in Canada, you may have an untapped market with subsidies toward home staging.

Did you know that the Canadian Forces allow military familes up to $250 toward home staging, dependent on rank?  The money is intended to help families sell their homes faster, for a smoother transition to their next posting.  Military families are generally more mobile than the civilian population, so they represent a great market opportunity for agents and home stagers.

This is a great wee gem for real estate agents and home stagers to know, and I’ll be using it at my next presentation to Realtors.