Monthly Archives: September 2011

Saving Money by Saving Water and Energy

If you have energy-saving devices such as programmable thermostats and low-flush toilets, chances are that you own your home, have a water meter and have higher levels of income and education. Even though saving energy also means saving money for … Read More »

Posted in Tips and Tidbits | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

12 Things Real Estate Agents Don’t Want You To Know

Attention all For Sale By Owners. Subscribe to my Newsletter for valuable tricks of the trade to get your home sold… yourself. Subscribe to our mailing list

Posted in For Sale By Owners | Leave a comment

What’s Your Lucky House Number?

The influx of Chinese buyers in Canada’s major cities has given the housing market a boost, but created a controversy over street addresses. A Canadian University says that in neighbourhoods with a high percentage of Chinese residents, houses with street … Read More »

Posted in Blog from a Seller's Perspective, Blogs from a Buyer's Perspective, Tips and Tidbits | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Congratulations!

It’s bitter sweet! Too bad I couldn’t assist you in the sale of you home or find you the next one. However, I wish you a sincere CONGRATULATIONS! I hope it was smooth sailing. Do you know anyone else that … Read More »

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Is “Headline News” The Best You Can Do For Yourself?

Recently, the “headline news” was that Vancouver, British Columbia, lost its decade-long first-place standing as Most Liveable City to Australia‚Äôs Melbourne, according to The Economist The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Livability Ranking Survey of 140 cities. The challenge is “headline … Read More »

Posted in Blog from a Seller's Perspective, Blogs from a Buyer's Perspective, Tips and Tidbits | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment