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AN NEW INNOVATIVE WAY TO MARKET YOUR ACREAGE LISTINGS - 3 BUCKS AND DOES

GAME CAMERAS - The following photos were taken on a listing I have on Clear Lake North of Lakefield. It has 137 acres and 1290 ft of frontage. Whenever I list an acreage property I always walk or ATV the property. I start by getting the Latitude and longitude co-ordinates from the internet. I use my Garmin GPS to locate the boundaries and have actually found stakes marking an unopened road ...

Peterborough welcomes Long and Mcquade

PETERBOROUGH --  The closure of Bud's Music Centre in downtown Peterborough marks the end of a Peterborough musical tradition but marks the beginning of something bigger and better, according to co-owners Rod Branscombe and Rob Monahan. On Oct. 6, Bud's Music Centre will be officially taken over by Long and McQuade, one of the largest music instrument retailers in Canada. For the time being, ...
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Holiday Cheer Across Canada

Holiday Cheer Across Canada Enjoy this winter with some festive activities in your area. Here are just a few of the events happening in Canada. British Columbia: Enjoy a sleigh ride through the mystical alpine forest to Santa’s workshop and skate on the 8,000 sq ft mountaintop Ice Skating Pond during Peak of Christmas on Grouse Mountain. Alberta: Groves Christmas Lights in Lethbridge Alberta ...

Catchacoma lake dockfest

Everyone is welcome to come out and enjoy the Catchacoma lake DOCKFEST. Compliments of Randy Ross and Century 21 United Realty Inc. A Gold lake cottager selling Real Estate on the Catchacoma, Mississagua 7 lake system.

DOES IT STAY OR DOES IT GO?

When a home sells, which items stay and which go?  This can be contentious issue between sellers and buyers.  It is possible to avoid the confusion and possible litigation.  Sellers and buyers need to understand what sorts of items are considered personal property, movables or chattels like tables and chairs for example, and thus are expected to go with the seller when they move. ...

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week!

It’s Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week (Nov. 1-8) and a post on this important and somewhat newly trending topic is in order! An understanding of what carbon monoxide (CO) really is and why it's important to our health and in our homes is still spreading amongst the public, so it's important that we keep it going! Did you know that more than 50 Canadians die every year from carbon monoxide (CO) ...

Fall Home Maintenance Checklist

    This post is courtesy of... Bateman Inspections 30 Sprucewood Cres, Bowmanville, Ont, L1C 5C6 (289) 979-7592 Providing home inspections in Bowmanville, Oshawa, Ajax, Pickering, Whitby, Courtice, Peterborough, Lindsay, New Castle, Port Hope, Cobourg,   the entire Durham Region and beyond

Tips and Tricks for Saving on Home Heating this Winter

Identify air leaks Doors and windows come to mind first when thinking about lost heat during the winter months (looking at you door to door salespeople!). While these are likely (and repairable culprits), there are other ways warm indoor air can escape outside. Any cuts or gaps in your walls or ceiling can give warm air (which likes to rise) an easy escape route into your attic and, of course, right ...

Three Interesting Facts On Halloween

  3 interesting Facts I found on Halloween 1: Trick or Treating is a fairly new concept: Trick or treating is central Halloween celebrations today, but it hasn't always been that way. Prior to the 1940s, trick or treating was rare—and prior to the 30`s it was non-existent. So what changed? Well, back in the good ol’ days, Halloween was a night for tricking, not treating. That ...

Attention Buyers!!

Welcome Buyers! I’ve put together some information which will help you in the home buying process, whether you’re a First Timer or a Veteran in the Real Estate game. First thing you should consider who is going to represent me? As a buyer you should consider signing a representation agreement with a Realtor you can trust! That way you have someone looking out for your rights. Next is ...