Victor the Cat

victor the cat martin elder home salesPeople say they want purrfection! They look for the purrfect Home, the purrfect cottage the purrfect community. Others seek the purrfect real estate agent. This part applies to me.

My cat, Victor has some thoughts he’d like to share: purrfection, he says is misleading as only cats can purr. Search instead for a comfortable fit, real estate intelligence, and a good sense of humour. And his final word on purrfection; when you want an afternoon nap choose location, location, location!

Sell your Home with bright Spring Flowers

Students at Richard Pfaff Alternate school recall animated discussion on the notion that a florist may trade in fresh flowers but the commodity they sell is symbolic of Joy, Hope, Beauty and Happiness. Interesting thought! Few things are more beautiful than a bouquet of spring flowers. Green plants and flowers brighten a room and renew our connection with nature.

There is something about living plants that adds a finishing touch to a lovely room. They do the same for the exterior. Celebrate spring with bright annuals and rich perennials. It doesn’t have to be elaborate. A pot of pansies or marigolds will last the whole summer and brighten your outlook on life!

In real estate terms the landscaping is called curb appeal. The instant a Buyer arrives at your front door the quest to win their heart has begun. Thick grass with trim boarders and dense shrubery suggests a well cared for, healthy home. Cut flowers on the diningroom table suggest luxury and are a good way to capture the heart of your Buyer.

I’m photographed with a fresh shipment of Bromeliads and Ranunculus.