Monthly Archives: October 2011

Persevere, Don’t Abandon Your Dreams

Are you letting global uncertainty extinguish your real estate dreams without full consideration because money is an issue? Sometimes balancing livable compromises against researched options can help you achieve more than you may have believed possible. Your future should not … Read More »

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Canadian Farmers Optimistic as Land Values Rise

Would you recommend a career in agriculture to a friend or family member? If you’re a farmer, 80 per cent of you would say yes. If you’re not, 21 per cent of you would consider a career in agriculture, and … Read More »

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Realtors, RCMP and Grow-Ops

The RCMP is partnering with real estate agents and mortgage brokers as part of its national strategy to combat marijuana grow operations. To complement its National Anti-Drug Strategy, the RCMP is collaborating with the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) and … Read More »

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Don’t Misjudge a Property by Its Street Face

For real estate buyers, the process of purchasing a home, or cottage, can be overwhelming. Many purchasers, particularly first-time or first-time-in-a-long-time buyers, are relieved that at least part of the process is easy—viewing properties. That’s where they make a big … Read More »

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