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What Keeps Buyers From Finding Their Next Home

Tuesday Feb 12th, 2019

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Buying a home is like searching for a mate. You'll go on many first dates and in the end, the one that has most, but maybe not all of the characteristics that you want, will win your heart. However, first-time buyers and sometimes even serial homebuyers are disappointed by how long the process takes. Yet they may not understand how their expectations, beliefs, and lack of action may be causing the delay in finding the right home. Here are five pitfalls that buyers can fall into... [read more]

Townhomes, Often Overlooked Real Estate Value

Tuesday Jan 22nd, 2019

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Are townhomes as both an investment and an affordable alternative to detached homes being overlooked?  Quite possibly for the investment and almost certainly for living in it for a family of four.  Let's face it, many home owners aspire to have a fully detached home with a fenced yard big enough for 'Rover' to run around.  But when it comes to affordability for a family of 4, a 3 bedroom townhome may be the best alternative there is.   Consider the average... [read more]

8 Tips to Sell Your Home for Top Dollar and Fast

Monday Jul 30th, 2018

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Let's face it, this business of selling Real Estate in Mississauga can be challenging at times.  We are now in a changed market.  You can no longer simply list your home for sale and expect it will sell.  Whether you are in Erin Mills, Port Credit, Lorne Park or Lakeview there are some key fundamentals in achieving the top price in a reasonable timeframe.  Here are a few tips that can help you achieve the result you want, or at least the best result for the... [read more]

Lorne Park, What's the Attraction?

Tuesday Jan 24th, 2017

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So what’s the attraction to the community of Lorne Park?  Why have NHL hockey players (too many to name), celebrities like Russell Peters and current NBA players like DeMar DeRozan chosen Lorne Park as their place to call home?  Located just a 20 minute drive from downtown Toronto (yes that’s with no traffic) along the QEW and encompassing a fairly large geographic area from the west bank of the Credit River to essentially Southdown Road and then down to the... [read more]

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