Declutter in just 1 hour a day! 

(March 31, 2020)

During this period of quarantine, we all seem to have more time on our hands than we know what to do with. Why not use some of it to get a jump start on SPRING CLEANING and start with decluttering? 

In just 1 hour a day you can make a huge dent in all of the "stuff" you have accumulated. Check it out below!

DAY 1 - Kitchen
Clean your fridge
Throw away old food and expired condiments
Make a list of any c... read more.

Options: Rules, REgulations, & the Realities

(March 12, 2020)

Making sense of your OPTIONS by leveraging REAL ESTATE

Should you move? Should you improve? Should you maximize your investment with a secondary suite? Should you leverage your investment so you can expand your portfolio?

Join the professionals for answers to these questions and more!

REAL ESTATE - Take advantage of the "Buyer's" Market and explore options to increase revenue with your Real Estate

INS... read more.

Improving your credit score isn't as hard as you think! 

(January 23, 2020)

Guest Blog by Brandi Pierik

If you’re credit challenged but want to get into the housing market, it can be a tough road. But improving your credit to a point where a lender will give you a chance, is very doable.

Basically, what you need to know is a score above 680 puts you in a good position to get financing, while below will make it tough and improvement is needed.

Your credit score tells lenders... read more.

Changing Your Financial Direction in 2020

(January 16, 2020)

Guest Blog Post by Brandi Pierik of Dominion Lending Centres

If you live paycheque to paycheque, the idea of somehow having enough money to invest and eventually have financial freedom seems about the furthest thing possible. But experts in financial education like to point out, no matter your income and place in life, a few changes to the way you’re living life can make all the difference. No matt... read more.

Property Assessment Versus Market Value

(January 09, 2020)

By now you have received your Property Assessment from The City. You might be wondering, is this the amount your home would be listed for if you were to sell it?

Not necessarily. Property Assessments are calculated using Mass Appraisal, which is based on gathering basic information (year built, size, sold price) from transactions in the local market over the previous calendar year. The Market Value... read more.