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Tips For Canadians Purchasing Condos

Tips For Canadians Purchasing Condos

(NC) According to a recent forecast from the Canadian Real Estate Association, the housing market is poised to see 3.4 percent growth in the coming year – and more and more of us are choosing condominiums. Jamus MacPherson, a condominium ...

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Autumn To-do’s Around The House

Autumn To-do’s Around The House

The beginning of October not only marks the beginning of fall but the crisp mornings and cool evenings are a reminder that much of the coming months will be spent indoors. According to Phil Dorner, president of the Ontario Real ...

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Stage Your Home For A Quick Sell

Stage Your Home For A Quick Sell

(NC) — In today’s real estate market, a coat of paint and a good cleaning aren’t enough for a quick sale at top dollar. You need to inspire the buyer’s imagination and make them want to live there – and ...

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Closing Up Your Cottage

Closing Up Your Cottage

When it comes to closing up the cottage, every cottage owner has their own checklist and methods but it’s useful to review some best practices and perhaps add a few additional tasks to your to-do list to make sure that ...

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Prep Your Home For Fall And Winter Weather

Prep Your Home For Fall And Winter Weather

(NC) – Autumn is upon us, which means winter isn’t far behind. As you take out warmer clothes and think about snow tires, don’t forget that your home needs to be prepared for winter weather too. In order to keep ...

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Try These Time-saving Tips For Autumn Lawn-care

Try These Time-saving Tips For Autumn Lawn-care

(NC) — With all of the leaves, rain and mulch, fall lawn maintenance can feel as though it never ends. “Lawn maintenance can be time consuming for homeowners, but it doesn’t have to be,” says Scott Ride from Husqvarna, the ...

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Saving Water This Summer

Saving Water This Summer

On any given day, each Ontarian uses around 260 litres of water – nearly twice as much as other countries with similar standards of living. The Ontario Ministry of the Environment reports that pumping and distributing water to homes and ...

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