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Do you know what buying your house will really cost?
When you're house-hunting it's easy to focus on the “big” numbers like asking price and offer price. But before you sign the purchase agreement, you should take time to budget for the additional costs that come with every home purchase. Read More...
4 unexpected upgrades to increase your home's value
With home prices increasingly steadily, now is the time to invest in your home. Whether you're ready to sell now, or want to boost your home's value for the future, there are a few upgrades that can make a big impact. Read More...
Five quirky facts about Canada you may not know
With three coastlines, six time zones, 10 provinces and three territories spread out over almost 10 million square kilometres, Canada is one of the most geographically diverse nations on earth. We also have one of the most diverse populations Read More...
Simple ways to save on household expenditures
As a homeowner, there are many simple ways to reduce monthly expenditures and realize savings, and the easiest place to start is with your monthly energy bill. Here are a few changes you can make that can have a lasting impact on your wallet and the planet... Read More...
Is buying a home in the winter a good idea?
Consider this: It's a cold winter day and you've just sat down with a mortgage professional to figure out how much house you can afford. You've determined that your finances are in order and you're ready to start looking for a home. You've heard that spring is the best season for buying and selling real estate. Does that mean you'll need to put your search on hold until the tulips start to bloom? Read More...
Ask the right questions in a high-pressure buying situation
When your dream house is someone else's dream house too, you may be facing a bidding war. Having to make an offer on short notice is not only stressful, it can present a real risk that something important will be overlooked. Read More...
Buying or selling a home? Now is a good time for both
The second busiest season for buying and selling homes is upon us, but what is it about autumn that causes an upswing in real estate activity? Read More...
How to positively impact your community
Helping to create welcoming, safe and sustainable space in a community takes time, commitment and the passion to turn visions into reality. Whether you are a local parent, neighbour with passion or a volunteer on the school council, there are many ways to help revitalize our communities. Read More...
The Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games at a glance
This summer Canada will be the centre of elite international athletic competition when more than 7,000 athletes from across the Americas and Caribbean will put their years of intense training, perseverance and sacrifice to the test. Athletes will compete against world-class competition in 36 Pan Am sports and 15 Parapan Am sports at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games. Read More...
Learn about the new carbon monoxide law
Ontario's new carbon monoxide alarm regulation came into force on October 15, 2014 but had a six-month phase-in period. That compliance period ends on April 15. Here is a recap of the new law and how it might affect you: Read More...
Design Your Dream Garden on a Budget
You don't have to spend hundreds of dollars on a landscape architect to add major impact to your garden this spring. Try these simple and affordable tips to get it looking beautiful in no time: Read More...
Signs that show you're ready to buy a home
If the thought of the reawakening real estate market excites you, you may be ready to buy a home. Aspiring homeowners will need to have a few things locked down before taking the plunge. Read More...
"Grateful to Hamilton for Welcoming us Albertans"
In today's Hamilton Spectator there is great article that shares the story of how a couple from Calgary ended up living in Hamilton. Here's a sneak peak of the article: "He looked at all cities in Canada with a population over 200,000, and, Read More...
Know Your Fire Extinguisher
Not all fire extinguishers are alike. They are designed for specific types of fires. There are three general types of fire extinguishers: Class A – fires involving ordinary combustibles such as wood, cloth or paper; Class B – fires involving Read More...
Ideas to keep you warm at home this winter….
The winter months are fast approaching , and with winter comes the need to have all household utilities working. Having a heater available is obviously the most important utility needed in order to make it through the colder months. Having a func tional Read More...
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