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1st
Feb

New Property Listed at 7890 Bathurst St, Beverley Glen, Vaughan

Posted by Nicholas Searle on 07:13 AM

I have listed a new property at 7890 Bathurst St in Vaughan.

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Luxury Thornhill 2 Bed 2 Bath Condo! Great Location Close To Shopping Mall & Hwy 407! Friendly Building With Excellent Amenities. Gym, 24 Hr Concierge, Hot Tub, Sauna. Exceptional Layout With Incredible Upgrades, Including Modern Kitchen With Enlarged Granite Countertop Breakfast Bar & Double Stainless Sink; Stainless Steel Appliances. E...



28th
Jan

Canada ranks No. 1 in global Quality of Life

Posted by Nicholas Searle on 09:46 AM

The 2019 BestCountries Report, is out!

Who made it? Its produced as a partnership between the BAV Group and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and media outle...



27th
Jan

Most Expensive Home Ever For Sale in Canada

Posted by Nicholas Searle on 06:52 PM

The most expensive home ever listed for sale in Canada is currently on the market in Oakville, a small town about 35 km south west of Toronto, Ontario. The house of almost 30,000 Square Feet named "Chelster Hall", has an asking price of $59 million Canadian dollars. It sits on almost 10 acres of...



7th
Jan

2019 Property Search Tips

Posted by Nicholas Searle on 11:31 AM

Be nonconventional
Although traditional housing styles, like single-family detached homes, are more valuable, there are many non-traditional dwelling types to consider if you have a hard time finding anything in your price range. Condos, row houses, and townhouses are some other options especially in downtown areas where there is low inventory of house...



3rd
Jan

Why do Realtors Need to See Your ID?

Posted by Nicholas Searle on 10:10 AM

Client identification and verification is required for all real estate transactions. Canada’s Financial Intelligence Unit or FINTRAC (The Financial Transaction and Reports Analysis of Canada) monitors these transactions. This independent government agency helps detect, prevent and deter money laundering and financing of terrorist activities in Canada and globally. It ensures that personal information is protected ...



11th
Dec

I Have Sold a Property at 12 Barton St W, Central, Hamilton

Posted by Nicholas Searle on 09:15 AM

I have sold a property at 12 Barton St W in Hamilton.

See details here

Newly Renovated Unit With Private Entrance In An Amazing Central Hamilton Location. Perfect For Professionals With A Short Walk To Bayfront Park And James Street North Cafes And Restos. Walk To Work! 20 Minute Walk To The General Hospital And St. Joes Hospital. 10 Minute Drive To Mcmaster University, 2 Minute Walk To West Harbour Go Station.



29th
Nov

Going on Vacation? Prevent Flooding before you go!

Posted by Nicholas Searle on 03:52 PM

It is important to prevent water leaks and flooding while you are away on vacation. In almost all condo units and homes there are main water shut off valves which you can turn off before you go away. Its not only important for prevention, but can save you thousands of dollars in damages due to flooding, if you have to turn off the water in an emergency. 

In new...



29th
Nov

Is it time to clean your Fan Coil Unit?

Posted by Nicholas Searle on 02:20 PM

For your health and safety, its important to service your Fan Coil Unit (FCU) at least twice a year. A Fan coil unit is used to control the temperature in your space and is part of most heating/cooling systems found in a condo, house or business.<...



14th
Nov

Red Flags for Grow Houses

Posted by Nicholas Searle on 08:43 AM

A grow house is a home that has been converted into a marijuana operation. Grow-ops are still illegal, even though Canada has legalized certain types of marijuana. Grow houses can exist in any type of home or neighborhood but larger homes in quiet areas with unfinished basements are often preferred.





1st
Nov

Fraudulent Online Rental Advertising

Posted by Nicholas Searle on 10:44 AM

Recently, a Toronto Real Estate Agent reported this situation: A tenant contacted them about a property in which the tenant had made a lease arrangement after viewing the property online and contacting someone who they thought was either the owner or the agent for the property. The tenant had actually paid the deposit for the lease however, was calling to complain that they never received the keys.





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