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Buy First - or Sell First?

Here's one of the greatest dilemmas in real estate for those who own a home, and want to sell it and buy a new one: do you sell the home you're living in first, and then go looking for your new home, or do you seek out the new place first and then sell your current abode? After all, few people can afford to maintain and make payments on two homes at once, but timing these things right can be a complicated ...

VALUABLE IDEAS for Selling a House in a Slow Market

5 VALUABLE IDEAS for Selling a House in a Slow Market! It's no secret that the days of houses selling like ice cream are over! After real estate appreciated at jaw-dropping rates during the first half of the decade, home prices and sales tallies have dropped in recent months-tilting market dynamics to favor buyers over sellers. That doesn't mean your house won't sell, just that the playing field ...

Federal Home Renovation Tax Credit

Federal Home Renovation Tax Credit   What is the Home Renovation Tax Credit (HRTC)? The proposed HRTC is a non-refundable tax credit for work performed or goods acquired in respect of an eligible dwelling. What is eligible? To be eligible, expenditures incurred in relation to a renovation or alteration to an eligible dwelling (or the land that forms part of the eligible dwelling) must ...


There are so many real estate brokerages in the Ottawa area to work for.  I knew I was going to have a tough decision selecting the best one for me. The entire process took about 2 months as I researched and interviewed with the different offices and branches within my area.  The presentations varied from lengthy office tours to brief meetings and listening to brag reports.  ...