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Real estate superstitions that could spook buyers

With Halloween only days away, the annual traditions and superstitions flood the city. Businesses are decorated in orange and black, you’ll find yourself running into cobwebs and black cats more often than usual and find broomsticks around just about every corner. These traditions keep the spooky atmosphere alive each year and help get people to […]

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How to choose a REALTOR® to work with

Choosing a REALTOR® can be tough. You’re already stressed from moving, so you really don’t need to add on the stress of finding a trustworthy, knowledgeable person who will get you the best deal possible. Whether you’re buying or selling a home, it is important to know what is happening during the home buying/selling process. […]

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The benefits of buying a home in summer

It’s time for you to buy a new home, now what? There are so many things to consider when you picture your dream home, but people rarely think about the time of year to buy. Here are four reasons that you should consider shopping for a new home in the summer months. Warmer Weather Perhaps […]

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Size matters: How to fake square footage in your condo

No matter where your condo is located in the city, people tend to think of condominiums as ‘smaller’ housing options. However, typical condos range anywhere from 500 to 2000 square-feet, creating a wide variation in the type of living space available. Say it comes time to sell your condo and people start walking through it, […]

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Don’t get stuck with two homes

You got a new job across town; you’re having a baby in a few months; your kids have all graduated and gone to college so you’re looking to downsize. Bottomline: you’re ready to move on. These are all possible reasons for you to consider selling your home and buying a new one, whether it’s bigger, […]

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How does a seller come up with their listing price?

If you are in or looking to get in, to the market of buying a home, you may need some insight into how (or why) sellers price their homes the way they do. Understanding a bit into these insights can actually help you understand what to look for when you are browsing homes or making […]

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Canadians want a vacation property

According to a new survey by RE/MAX Canada, a quarter of Canadians have a desire to purchase a vacation property in the near future. As is the case with all real estate, a great recreational property starts with location. More than two-thirds of Canadians who currently own a cottage, or are considering buying one, are […]

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Looking to volunteer? Your condo board is a great place to do it

As the country celebrates ‘National Volunteer Week’ this week, you may be looking for opportunities to serve in your community or give back in some way. While there are a number of amazing local charities and non-profits who always need volunteers, we want to pose another idea for volunteering that could help your housing knowledge […]

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RE/MAX has donated $167 Million to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

RE/MAX, and Len T. Wong & Associates, proudly supports Children’s Miracle Network all year, through a special partnership between RE/MAX and the charity, and this week marks a major milestone in this partnership. In 2017 alone, RE/MAX agents donated over $10.8 million to CMN Hospitals through the Miracle Home and Miracle Property programs, bringing the […]

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Tips for a quick spring home sale

With the first day of spring, comes the unofficial launch of home buying (and home selling) season. The real estate market generally heats up during spring months, and luckily for home sellers, this season offers unique opportunities to up curb appeal and the overall appearance of your home. If you are planning to list your […]

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