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Selling a loved one’s home

It’s the last thing you want to think about at such an emotional time, but when a family member passes away the house legally changes over to care of the executor and it’s time to make some hard decisions. With more than 400,000 Canadians born between 1947 and 1966 in the baby boom, more and more families will be dealing with aging family members. There are a few steps the family ...

Neighbourhood discovery

Whether you have recently moved or are thinking of relocating, getting to know the   neighbourhood should be first on your list of things to do. Explore on foot. The best way to get your bearings, remember streets and possibly run into neighbours and members of the community is to take to the streets and walk your way around. You’ll also know how far it is from one destination to ...

Increasing your curb appeal

It’s all about first impressions. Your home has a personality. Let it shine with simple updates that can take your home from nothing special to eye-catching. First, head out to the driveway or street and look back at your house. Is it aesthetically pleasing? Would you be interested in buying your home with its current outside appearance? Your home’s  curb appeal is what sparks ...