Aside from a few small flower/weed gardens I had never tried my hand at actual gardening. I mean, prep the soil, plant the vegetable seeds, water and grow kind of gardening... That became apparent as my first gardening attempt played out. Don't get me wrong, in the end I was very proud of my harvest, and will carry with me to next spring a few lessons learned.
I recommend doing a bit of research ...
Rich! Vibrant colours!!
.....leaves to rake!
Gutters to clean!
Weather stripping on doors!
...and the list goes on...
Robert H. Schuller says, 'Inch by inch anything's a cinch!'
Start with a list. (I love lists!)
Write down everything from cleaning the garage to finding the mitts!
With the start of a new NHL season rite around the corner, comes the hope for the Winnipeg Jets to become a playoff contender, but unfortunately I personally don't think they made enough off season moves to be one. But here's to another year of great hockey and Canada's Sport.
Cynics may scoff, but getting under contract on the right home can turn even the most stoic shopper into a bit of a dreamer. From paint colors to planting a garden, picturing yourself in that property is critical for many buyers.
But leave a little room for pragmatism. Remember that getting pre-approved for a mortgage and even under contract isn’t a guarantee. That prefix is there ...
Low interest rates have been wonderful for both the owners of homes and buyers of homes.
These low rates have been the norm for quite a while.
According to the article linked below from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) we shouldn't expect to see rates rise significantly any time soon.
Why? CREA lays out four reasons:
Inflation is on target -- Inflation recently increased ...