Lorynne Lofsky

165 Main Street North
Markham, ONL3P 1Y2
Office: 905-471-2121
Office Fax: 905-471-0832
Cell: 416-919-9722
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Lorynne Lofsky

Lorynne Lofsky

CENTURY 21 Leading Edge Realty Inc., Brokerage*
165 Main Street North
Markham, ONL3P 1Y2
Office: 905-471-2121
Cell: 416-919-9722
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Living in Stouffville, Ontario- Its the best Alternative to Markham too!

Stouffville is a fast growing community with many young couples and families. Many of the individuals that reside in Stouffville have moved from southern communities such as Markham and Richmond Hill. With more and more home construction, Smart Centers, plazas, Dog Parks, Arenas, Schools all being built, Stouffville is certainly a popular community! Stouffville is the primary urban area within ...

HOME BUYERS: INFORMATION YOUR SHOULD KNOW!

Bi-weekly and weekly payments: Most mortgages have the option to allow payments to be made on amonthly, weekly or bi-weekly basis. Weekly or bi-weelky payment option may be desirable for two reasons; The first is it can save you money as you can expect to pay off your mortgage about 4 years sooner. This can save you dramatically over the life of your mortgage. The second reason ...

What to do when disaster strickes- The Canadian Thaw

Here are a few tips to help protect you and your home: What to do NOW: Remove snow from basement stairwells, window wells and around walls. Uncover and clear a path to storm drains on the street. If safe, clear eavestroughs and downspouts of leaves and debris. Ensure downspouts drain properly - ideally six feet away from the home. Check walls, floors, windows and foundations for cracks or ...

HOW TO PREVENT FROZEN PIPES in our FRIDGID WINTERS!

  Frozen water pipes are inconvenient and costly to repair.  Here are some ways to both prevent frozen pipes and thaw those that are already frozen.   Insulate all water pipes from cold moving air and ensure they stay dry Use heater tapes wrapped around the pipes or a heated reflector lamp in dry, enclosed spaces.On cold nights, check the light to see that it is working. The ...

Top 5 tips to SELL YOUR HOME

Many people think that just hiring any agent and having your home on MLS will cause it to sell....well WRONG!!!! here are the top 5 ways to sell your home:   1- Hire the RIGHT agent. Research and interview several agents. Hire them based on their skills and value, NOT what they charge. You want a knowledgeable, well spoken, diligent agent.  Discounts agents can cost you far more than ...

TIPS FOR FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS

Tips for First Time Home Buyers This is the most exciting time of your life! You’re buying your first home . . . and while the excitement of this important event is causing you a few trembles of nervousness, don’t worry – Your agent can help walk you through this process – to help you navigate through this sometimes scary experience! How To Prepare For “The ...

WINTERIZING YOUR HOME

  As the seasons change, so do the things around your home. Here is Lorynne Lofsky-Cadman’s guide to help keep your home in top shape by preparing it for the cold.       WINTERIZING YOUR HOME     Get your mind INTO the gutters. Your roof's drainage system annually diverts thousands of gallons of water from your house's exterior and foundation walls. ...

5 key things to ask when buying a new home [PRE CONSTRUCTION]

Most of the time, you are buying a new home or condo off of a piece of paper. Sometimes they have model suites, and other times you need to use your imagination. Many people will buy their first home from a builder, whether it is a detached home, townhouse or condominium unit. Here are the five questions you need to ask to make sure you don’t make a mistake.   First and Foremost: ...

KITCHENS: Choosing the Right Counter Top for You

Kitchen makeovers are among the most popular of home improvements. They can be costly—a mid-range minor kitchen remodel that includes new counter tops, appliances, cabinet fronts, and hardware runs close to $20,000, according to Remodeling magazine’s 2011-2012 Cost vs. Value Report. But the expense has a payoff—upon resale, kitchen renovations can reap a return on investment upwards ...