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5 QUESTIONS COTTAGE BUYERS SHOULD ASK AND COTTAGE SELLERS SHOULD KNOW THE ANSWERS

This very informative article is by Mark Weisleder | Fri May 27 2011]The Toronto Star       5 things to ask when buying a cottage The questions for a realtor when you buy a cottage are somewhat different from those when buying you house in the city. Shutterstock By Mark Weisleder | Fri May 27 2011 Comment (4) Recommend (1)   Buying a house in ...

Our Community Garden at Wilson Park

I juist checked in to our community garden on my way into the office. we have had lots of rain and things are looking better than they did earlier in the week... We have to carry water for watering and it is not close!  We all have a few things up or sprouting. I have tomatoes which are doing well, some pole beans and peas, some struggling peppers and turnips. I am sure there were some new Swiss ...

THE 7 DEADLY MISTAKES MOST HOME SELLERS MAKE

Failing to analyze why they are selling. Not preparing their home for the buyer’s eye. Pricing their homes incorrectly. Selling too hard during showings. Signing a long-term listing agreement without a written performance guarantee. Making it difficult for buyers to get information on their home. Failing to obtain a pre-approved mortgage for one's next home. For all your real estate ...

5 Deadly Mistakes Most Investment Property Buyers Make

"...be sure not to enter the Investment Property arena blindfolded..." Mortgage regulations have changed significantly over the last few years, making your options wider than ever.  Subtle changes in the way you approach mortgage shopping, and even small differences in the way you structure your mortgage, can cost or save you literally thousands of dollars and years of expense. Get the ...

Summer landscaping tips

Landscaping has the potential to drastically enhance the curb appeal of your home, whether the purpose is to attract potential buyers or simply for you to enjoy. When landscaping your property, strive for a balance of flowering trees and/or shrubs throughout spring and summer, fall foliage in autumn and good structure in winter. Summer is the ideal time to highlight your the outdoor space with color, ...

Community Gardens in North Kawartha

A small group of neighbours are developing  community garden plots at our community centre ,Wilson Park, on Northey' Bay Rd. So far we have 7. It is lots of hard work and we are learning as we go. It is encouraging to see some of our hard work pay off as different people have planted  a variety of veggies and... they are growing!! It is a great way to meet the neighbours too. I will try to ...

Bank of Canada holds key rate at 1%

In no rush to hike interest rates The Bank of Canada held its trend-setting Bank Rate at 1.25 per cent on May 31, 2011. This marks the sixth consecutive policy rate announcement for which interest rates have been kept on hold.   The Bank now sees headline inflation as staying above 3 per cent in the short term. It nonetheless maintained its inflation outlook included in its April Montary ...
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