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Posts Tagged: Mississauga

May 2017 Market Watch

  For this month’s episode of Market Watch we will be talking about how the market activity from last month. The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) released their market watch report for May 2017, and we’re analyzing the numbers that we see.   May is typically a strong month in real estate however last month there… Read more »

How To Sell Your Home With No Regrets!

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If you’re actively (or even passively) thinking of selling in this market, it’s important to know what that entails. From beginning to end we have just the guide for you! The guide consists of 7 chapters, including a 10-step sale strategy and questions to ask your real estate agent before signing with them. By understanding… Read more »

2016 Real Estate Market Report

In this episode of Market Watch we’re going to talk stats and how these stats can help you. The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) released their market watch report for 2016, and we’ve seen a significant change in the market. The first important piece of information they reported was that 2016 showed a 11.8% increase… Read more »

THINGS TO DO IN JUNE

The weather is finally gorgeous! We have to enjoy the sunshine as much as possible before the long winter returns once again. Here is a short list of some things I thought of doing this June. Read on, perhaps you’d enjoy some of them too! ROAD TRIP TO NIAGARA Niagara has a ton of amazing… Read more »

HOW TO SELL YOUR HOME QUICKLY

1. PRICING YOUR HOME APPROPRIATELY Overpriced homes are usually sold for less than the asking price and for less then what they could actually be sold for, because the absence of competition forces sellers to settle for whatever they can get.

Are Mississauga and Toronto safe cities to live in?

This then givens off the impression that crime rates are increasing and that crime rates are now at its’ worse than ever before. In fact, it seems that majority of people, especially the older generation, believe this notion to be true. This is what the media wants. They fear monger so that we worry and… Read more »

Property Tax Reassessment

The value of a home is primarily determined by the sales in a given area. They also look at property information like “land title documents, building permits, on site property inspections,” along with many other factors. The factors that make up a majority of a homes’ value is “the location, the lot dimension, the living… Read more »

How many houses should buyers see before buying?

I get asked this question a lot. “How many homes should I see before buying,” or “what is the appropriate number of houses to see before buying”. To put it simply, there is no right answer to both of these questions, because there’s no way of knowing beforehand how many homes it will take to… Read more »

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