March 2017

There are 5 blog entries for March 2017.

When deciding to sell your home, there are many decisions that need considering. One of the most important decisions is choosing the right realtor, someone you both like and have confidence in. Like any relationship, finding the right realtor is key to ensuring a smooth and positive experience. So how do you make a good choice? In this blog, we've outlined 4 common mistakes to avoid in the selection process, as well as suggestions to counteract each of these misconceptions.

#1 My Friend is in Real Estate
Many people choose a real estate agent that they either know personally, or is a recommendation from their family or friends. And on many levels this makes sense, since people feel comfortable choosing someone that comes recommend from a trusted

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We're excited to introduce this incredible 3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom Executive Townhome Residence, complete with a contemporary brick exterior, conveniently located steps away from the Canada Line (King Edward Station).

Quick Facts
MLS® #R2147062
Price: $1,699,900
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Full Baths: 2
Half Baths: 1
Square Footage: 1,471
Year Built: 2017

Includes: In Suite Laundry, Clothes Washer/Dryer/Fridge/Stove/DW, Drapes/Window Coverings, Microwave, Air Conditioning, Polished Quartz Countertop, SS Gas Cooktop, 2 Parking Spaces and much more!

This stunning 3 bedroom 3 bathroom townhouse features contemporary finishes and modern decor throughout. The residence has an open layout design with multiple terraces, air conditioning, oak floors

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In Part 1 of How to Choose a Great Neighbourhood, we highlighted four reasons that can help you determine if a neighbourhood is right for you and your family. These were (1) It's a Good Fit, (2) Excellent Schools, (3) Walkability and (4) Pride of Ownership. If you haven't read Part 1 of this blog series, please go ahead and click on the link above. We'll wait.

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Ok, so you've read Part 1 and now you're ready to learn about four more factors that are important to keep in mind when choosing a great neighbourhood. Without further adieu, here they are.

5. Feedback is Positive
A great neighbourhood oozes strong positive feedback. If you have a specific property in mind, take the time to get to know the neighbours on the street. Ask about things like

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Furniture (noun) > Large moveable equipment, such as table and chairs, used to make a house, office, or other space suitable for working or living.

Our lives are surrounded by pieces of furniture. While many of us may not be able to choose what kind of furniture we have at our workplace, it's a different story when it comes to our personal homes. Recently, my wife and I reached out to Chris from Bath Built (www.bathbuilt.com) to create a beautiful custom armoire. We're thrilled with the final result as you can see from the pictures posted below; Chris created the armoire to spec, stained it with a striking finish and delivered it to us on time. This recent experience actually inspired the topic for this week's blog post: 3 Advantages of Custom

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When you buy a home, you're also buying a piece of your neighbourhood. And when you sell your home, it goes the same way: live in a great neighbourhood and selling your home will be that much easier.

To help you determine what makes a good neighbourhood, we've put together a list of tips (part one of a two-part series). Once, you've read through the article, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below!

1. It's a Good Fit
First and foremost, choosing a good neighbourhood must make sense with your lifestyle. What is 'good' for a family might not be for a single bachelor. Just like everyone has their favourite flavour of ice cream, each person's wants and needs in a neighbourhood differ. Making a list of the things you're looking

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