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9 things house hunters can ignore

Buying a home can be overwhelming. When viewing homes, don't focus on things that need a little fixing, polishing, or reworking ─ try to look beyond these aesthetic negatives to find the happy foundation that lies beneath. These 9 minor home issues have easy fixes:   Wallpaper (floral borders, chickens wearing bonnets, etc.) No matter how much it disagrees with your style, wallpaper ...

First Time Home Buyer: HBP Or TFSA?

It can be a challenge for first time home buyers to come up with a down payment.  With soaring Canadian real estate prices, crippling student loan debt, and low starting salaries, it can take years to save the required minimum down payment. Canadians do have some options to help them buy their first home.  This post will explain the benefits of a first time home buyer using the Home Buyers’ ...

Thinking of Selling? Get Ready for the Spring Market Now!

With spring being the busiest time for real estate, homeowners planning to put their homes on the market shouldn’t wait for flowers to bloom before getting ready to sell. Having a few months to prepare can make for a much smoother selling experience. If you’re a prospective home seller, here are five things you can do now to get ready for a spring sale: Start Packing It may sound ...

HomeOwnership Incentives

      Buying your first home is one of the largest investments of your life. Canada's Economic Action Plan introduces the First-Time Home Buyers' (FTHB) Tax Credit and the expansion of the Home Buyers' Plan (HBP) to provide you with additional benefits and help you realize your dream of homeownership. First-Time Home Buyers' (FTHB) Tax Credit The costs associated with purchasing ...

SELLING OR PURCHASING A PROPERTY – RARELY SIMPLE OR EASY

   You have finally decided to sell or purchase a property and you think that you know enough to act as your own real estate agent or notary. Warning! It may be tempting to do everything yourself, especially since the World Wide Web is abundant with advice on the matter. It’s true that some have been able to close a transaction without any difficulties. However, we mustn’t ...

The Great Granny Bazaar

  Vendredi le 22 novembre 18 h 00 à 21 h 00 
Samedi le 23 novembre 10 h 00 à 16 h 00 ENTRÉE LIBRE Le Centre Wakefield, 38, chemin Valley Au profit de la Maison des Collines et des «Wakefield Grannies». DES TRÉSORS ÉCLECTIQUES Qu'est-ce qu'un trésor éclectique? Des bibelots, outils, peintures, gravures, sculptures, cadeaux, ...

VETERAN’S WEEK – NOVEMBER 5-11 – SHOW YOU REMEMBER

   It’s hard to find time for all the things we need to do on a daily basis.      During Veteran’s Week, Century 21 Macintyre would like to encourage everyone to take a few minutes to really think about the meaning of Remembrance Day.    It is up to every individual to show our gratitude and respect for the sacrifices our veterans have made ...

Wakefield Christmas Craft Fair - November 2 & 3, 2013

The Wakefield Christmas Craft Fair is an annual event held in early November in collaboration with Ski Vorlage and Vorlage President David Saunders. It takes place on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Chalet of Ski Vorlage in Wakefield, Quebec. For the little village of Wakefield, this is a rather large craft fair, with over 70 of the finest artisans from all over the Gatineau ...

Tips to help you prepare to buy or sell your property

Everyone knows that buying or selling a property is one of the most important transactions you will ever enter into in your life. And because every transaction is unique and can bring many surprises, the OACIQ, the Organization responsible for protecting the public by overseeing real estate and mortgage brokerage practices, has compiled the following tips to help you plan and understand the process ...

Home Buyers Survey

Contrary to Stereotypes, Millennials Are All Business, Boomers Are Social Butterflies When Home Buying Canadians Want to Have Their Home, and Lifestyle Too (VANCOUVER, BC) Oct 8, 2013:  The adage "location, location, location" may need a rephrase according to the results of the CENTURY 21 Canada and RONA National Home Buyer Preferences Survey (conducted by Pollara Strategic Insights). Canadians ...