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News & Tips on Toronto Real Estate
It's important to me to give relevant real estate info to my clients and readers so scroll through and click on the blog entries below for up-to-date real estate news. Check back regularly as I am frequently updating this information.
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Preparing your Home for sale – Cleaning House
Clients often ask me how long do I need to take to get my home ready for sale and I tell them, if they talk to me a year ahead of their moving date, then they should be OK. A year? Well I guess it depends on how much time you have to get it ready. Here are some ideas on just getting the house clean.
It used to get me in trouble - saying what was on my mind. But now it has become a valuable strength that I use in my business every day. I say what I mean and mean what I say when I talk to my Buyers who tired of searching and are thinking about buying a home that doesn't meet their needs.
Ever heard of real estate Gridlock? Spring 2016 has been crazy in every sense of the word. Crazy low inventory, crazy number of buyers and subsequently, crazy prices - in every price range. Read more here, of the recent commentary from a TD economist.
Are you thinking of buying a home in Toronto? Did you know that you will have to pay 2 Land Transfer Taxes? One to the province and one to the city of Toronto. Not fair , I know when the rest of the GTA don't have to pay this second LTT. Take a minute to watch this video and you can find out what you can do to stop this cash grab.
Just a few weeks ago I joined up with a few real estate colleagues and Genworth Canada to volunteer my services at a local Habitat for Humanity build site. This video gives you the full story about the house and the family.
Did you know that only about 1% of those aged between 65 and 74 live in nursing homes? With all the media hype around downsizing and buying condos, in fact, the choice to live in your home, is in fact the preferred option. It's probably the cheapest way to live as a retiree. It allows a greater sense of independence and may also lead to better overall quality of life.