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Selling your own home is a lot of work and worry

Posted on November 12, 2013 by Ben Sage in MLS, Selling

Reprinted from The Star.  Click here for the original article. Selling your own home is a lot of work and worry Joe Richer: Real estate agents bring their time, skills, standards and protections to all transactions November is national Financial Literacy Month. The goal is to protect and educate consumers about financial services and the […]

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Yard Sale for the Cure 2012 COMING SOON!

Posted on March 14, 2012 by Ben Sage in Agent, Assitance, Flat Fee, Flat Fee Woodstock, Home Inspector, MLS, remax a-b realty, remax woodstock, Woodstock Homes, Woodstock Real Estate, Yard Sale for the Cure

Hello Friends, If you’re anything like me, you’ve started (or are at least THINKING about starting) your spring cleanup.  Sorting through stuff that’s been hanging around for a while, thinking of what to get rid of and what to hang on to for another year. I’d like to ask that as you’re cleaning / tidying […]

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I am excited about Re/Max Curbside Marketing

Posted on February 26, 2011 by Ben Sage in Ben Sage, First Time Buyer, Home, House, House for Sale, MLS, Moving, New Home, remax a-b realty, Woodstock, Woodstock Homes, Woodstock Ontario Real Estate, Woodstock Real Estate, Woodstock Realtor

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 […]

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A Ground Level View of the changes to Organized Real Estate in Canada

Posted on November 4, 2010 by Ben Sage in Ben Sage Realtor, Competition Bureau, CREA, Flat Fee, Flat Fee Woodstock, MLS, Realtor, Settlement, Woodstock Ontario Real Estate

So, by now we’ve all heard about the groundbreaking changes to the way organized Real Estate functions in Canada.  There have been many media reports on these fundamental changes, some have been accurate, and some have, of course, been extremely sensationalist – guess which stories get talked about more frequently? I’m going to try to […]

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