Location, Location, Location

The online survey of 2,000 Canadians, conducted by Pollara between Feb. 25 and March 5 of this year, found that living on a quiet street was a priority for 43 per cent, having good neighbours was listed by 30 per cent, having a short commute to work was chosen by 28 per cent and being near family and friends was ranked high by 25 per […]

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Should You Worry About Moisture on Windows?

Should You Worry About Moisture on Windows? You’re standing by your window admiring the view. Then you notice it. Moisture has built-up around the edges of the glass. Should you worry? It all depends on the reason for the build up. Assuming you have traditional double-pane glass in your windows, there are a few things to look for if you notice moisture. Often, moisture at […]

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4 Home Hazards You May Not Know About

family to live. However, there are some hazards that many homeowners don’t consider or even know about. For instance: Blocked eavestroughs. Eavestroughs clogged with leaves and other debris can cause rainwater to overflow next to your foundation and create a basement leak. Clogged dryer vents. High temperature air combined with lint is a near ideal condition for a fire. Check and clear the dryer vent […]

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New LTT Rules for First Time Buyers but What Does It Mean?

The best kinds of dreams are the ones floating right in front of you. The worst kinds of dreams are the ones that end as soon as you wake up. While it may not cause your home ownership dreams to come to an end, discussing things like Land Transfer Tax will have you floating back to reality in no time. In an attempt to help […]

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