Spring!

Happy first day of Spring everyone! Those first few events – the time change giving us sunlight longer, that first warm sunny weekend (even though it is usually followed up by more snow) and now the official first day of …

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As Seen On TV

What’s that you say? Reality television isn’t based in reality? The popular entertainment escape of home renovation shows aren’t immune to the

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Talk about a learning curve – Dive on in!

I am pretty sure that no matter how long I work in this profession, I will be learning new things on a daily basis. The registration courses at OREA were interesting, thorough, and gave me a lot of formal basis …

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Why Toronto?

As I wrote in my previous entry “Why Hamilton?“, while I may be a proud Hamiltonian now , I spent 18 years as a proud resident of Toronto, enjoying much of what this diverse city has to offer.

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New kid on the block

One of the challenges with being new at anything, is you don’t get to say things like “I’ve got over 20 years experience…” or “Check out my current client list…”. It’s a challenge, no doubt about it. So why would …

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A house, a home

Sometimes house hunting is about logistics, and a checklist – you need something close to work, close to schools, it has to have enough parking, 3 bedrooms a must, a yard for the dogs, the right price etc. These are …

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Why Hamilton?

This has been the topic of many articles I’ve come across lately, The Grid recently posted about the pros and cons of moving from Toronto to Hamilton specifically. In August,

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Is Your House Priced Right?

In my introductory training at Pinnacle, our Manager Gary Herron keeps hammering home to us that the only reason a house doesn’t sell is its price. During my OREA pre-registration courses there was a lot of information about how to …
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