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It is Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week, November 1-8, 2014. (Resource:104.7.ca) Local MPP Ernie Hardeman first introduced the bill after OPP officer Laurie Hawkins, her husband Richard and their two children died of carbon monoxide poisoning in their home in 2008.The family did not have a C-O detector in the house.Co-Chair, Hawkins-Gignac Foundation for CO Education, […]
Is your family growing? Thinking you’ll be ready to upgrade in a year or three? Thinking of buying a home that needs refurbishing and potentially flip it for a profit, or hold it as a rental? Or are you downsizing – the kids moved out, you’re left with a big three or four bedroom home […]
Since 2007 I have been a licensed Real Estate Salesperson, and since 2008, I have also been a Real Estate Investor. More or less from the start of my career in the Real Estate business, I have seen a low rate environment. The persistent low rates have caused prices to remain stable, or increase in […]
For almost a year now (I keep telling you we’re ahead of the curve), the office of RE/MAX a-b Realty ltd and its agents have been working with Quick Response Codes. Many of us have implemented these codes into our marketing program, using them on our business cards for profile/contact information, or inserting them into […]
*Article courtesy of Heather Degraaf @ ScotiabankContact Heather for all your mortgage needs. 519-535-7890Housing Demand Perks Up After a seasonally uncharacteristic spring and summer slump, Canadian home sales appear to be stabilizing at a new lower, but more sustainable level. National MLS sales volumes increased 3% m/m in September, building on a similar gain in […]
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business has just released a report outlining the top 100 Canadian Cities for Entrepreneurial growth. The report utilizes many different factors to achieve ranking, such as presence, growth, health, and policy environment for small businesses. Congratulations to Woodstock for cracking the top 100 – #97! Only 4 places behind Toronto, […]
Here’s a great article regarding Home Inspectors posted today on CBC NEWS. The home inspection business got a big black eye in November 2009 when a British Columbia judge ordered an inspector, Imre Toth, to pay $192,000 in compensation to some homeowners after they sued him for failing to identify major problems. The issues in […]
Great opportunity for a first time buyer or upgrading! – MLS 63-437 – 41 Canrobert St, – Move in Ready, only $189,900.
*hint* – click the underlined words for more detail! This is a great 15 year old raised ranch located in a well established family friendly neighbourhood. It is located very close to parks and has quick and easy access to the major highways. What more could you ask for? This sturdy, fully finished and move […]
Hello Everyone! One of the benchmarks of the health of a community is the ability of the United Way to reach its yearly target. In previous years the real estate sector has not been a strong contributor to the yearly campaign. I plan to change that!! I am personally pledging to donate $50 per closing […]
Making sense of mortgage rates in today’s economy Many prospective homebuyers are wondering what has happened to mortgage rates in 2009, and where they may go from here. RBC Economics Research recently updated its’ outlook, and here is what the group has to report. Since hitting a low in January of 2009, longer-term interest rates […]
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...