Monthly Archives: November 2012
Hello friends! Have you recently received a ridiculous higher-than-expected property value assessment from MPAC? Are you scared that your property taxes are about to go through the roof? They might not be. Check HERE for info as to why I don’t believe they will CERTAINLY go up. If you think the Assessment is simply incorrect, you […]
If you’re like many Ontarians, in the past month you have received a fresh new notice of assessment from MPAC. Are you panicking? Scared that your taxes are going to go up by 18% or worse???? Lets take a closer look. First, background info: 1. MPAC is Municipal Property Assessment Corporation. They are a not-for-profit […]
In today’s issue of Why Not Woodstock I examine another compelling reason why my clients choose Woodstock as their home. Woodstock is a great place to settle down, raise a family, and have a great life. New job growth in the city of Woodstock has been impressive over the past year, with several major announcements: […]
HOME SALES UP IN OCTOBER Woodstock, Ont. – Home sales recorded through the MLS® System of the Woodstock-Ingersoll and District Real Estate Board came in above year-ago levels in October 2012. Home sales numbered 85 units in October 2012, rising 12 per cent from October 2011. “October actually marked the first year-over-year […]
Moderation—not correction—on tap for Canadian housing markets in 2013, says RE/MAX Mississauga, ON (November 14, 2012) — Canadian real estate markets demonstrated remarkable resilience in 2012—with home sales up or on par in 65 per cent of major centres—despite considerable headwinds in terms of tighter financing and economic uncertainty abroad. The trend is expected to continue, […]
Click the link below for today’s borrowing rates, courtesy of JEFF TEED @ TD Canada Trust. Rate Sheet November 8 2012 If you have questions about this or any other Real Estate related matter, please don’t hesitate to contact me!
As of December 3, 2012, the city of Woodstock has updated its requirements for containers used in its curbside recycling program. The changes appear to be geared towards making it easier for city employees to lift and handle the recycled items. For full details, click here.
I have been successful helping clients buy, sell, or lease residential, commercial, or investment properties in the Woodstock, Ontario area since August of 2007. With technical experience ... Read More...