Home Owners Tip

  Yay! You’ve bought a home, now what? Here are a FEW essentials every homeowner should always have. 1. When you do a walkthrough don’t be afraid to ask how things work. It’s important to become familiar with your electrical box, faucets and other major...

Real Estate Lingo: Debt-to-Income Ratio

Some important information to know when you are looking to finance your home “The debt-to-income ratio is the percentage of your gross monthly income that goes to paying your monthly debt payments” Any questions? We have a group of very qualified mortgage brokers that...

6 Ways to Conserve Water

Houses aren’t just about the curb appeal and fancy cushions. On international water day we’d like to touch on the importance of saving your clean water. Domestic water purity is a key component in drinking, preparing food, bathing, washing clothes and dishes, brushing...

Spring Home Spruce-up with Mary-Ellen, Deidre and Connie

Spring is upon us! This means snow thawing, warmer days, birds chirping, and spring cleaning. At one point or another, we all accept the inevitable task of spring cleaning. Chores are never fun – but throughout my years of scrubbing and dusting, I’ve come across some...

Real Estate: Myth Or Fact

  Let’s talk about this. In the current sellers market you see properties go for well over asking- but was that the highest offer given? Not necessarily! Here are 5 things that can make YOUR offer more attractive than just the number: 1. Cash: “Cash is king”, a...