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JULY NEWSLETTER

JULY NEWSLETTER

Celebrate Canada Day!

Canada will celebrate its 147th birthday in 2014 and grand events are set to take place to celebrate this momentous occasion in both Hamilton and Burlington.  We are so fortunate to live in one of the world’s greatest countries, so don your red and white, get together with friends and neighbours and help commemorate Canada’s big day at one of these great events.  The Canada ...

The Real Estate Transaction

What's covered in an Agreement of Purchase and Sale? An Agreement of Purchase and Sale is like a conversation in writing that expresses the buyer's wish to purchase a property and the proposed terms of sale. It only becomes legally binding when everything is mutually agreed upon and signed by both parties. Commonly referred to as an offer, this document summarizes the terms that the buyer is seeking. ...

Home ownership important to young adults in Ontario

Most adults these days are doing things much later than was typical 30 years ago. You can likely name a handful unmarried 30-year-olds, maybe even a few who still live at the old family homestead. Regardless of this shift, a recent study spearheaded by the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) found that a high percentage of Generation X’ers (those born 1965-1980) and Generation Y’ers ...

Home makeover projects that may devalue your home

Generally speaking, when you spend money on your home, you’re adding value to it. The costs of finishing your basement, replacing your furnace and windows or adding a deck will most likely be recouped when it comes time to sell.  But there are some renovations or home “improvements” that may actually devalue your home. Steer clear of these mistakes!  An elaborate garden ...

The Seller's Market

This means war! How to handle multiple offers Your home has been a virtual Grand Central Station of activity since being listed in this hot-and-heavy seller’s market. Interest in your home has been high since the get-go and now you’re faced with what some consider the holy grail of real estate scenarios - multiple offers.   Naturally, you should go with the highest bidder. But ...

June Newsletter

June Newsletter

Mother's Day Gift Guide

Mother's Day is on May 11 and you are not quite sure what to get your mom? I have some suggestions that will make a great Mother's Day gift that your mom will most likely appreciate receiving on her special day. 1. Keurig B60 Special Edition Brewer Image Courtesy of Walmart Canada Available at Walmart $114 (online) -- check local stores for availability and price 2. Ninja Master Prep Pro ...

Everything you need to know when buying a condominium

  Everything you need to know when buying a condominium Location isn’t the only thing to consider when buying a condo. Buyers should look at things like the financial health of the condo corporation, the amenities, the maintenance of the common areas and the community rules. Buyers also need to understand the fees that come with living in a condo.    Condominium Fees Buying ...

Easter fun for the whole family in Hamilton and Burlington

Here comes Peter Cotton Tail! Easter falls on April 20 this year and there are a number of fun, family-friendly events taking place in Hamilton and Burlington, some providing an excellent opportunity to get outside and enjoy the spring weather while celebrating Easter weekend.  Easter Weekend from 12:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. Westfield Heritage Village Visit the village for some old-fashioned ...
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