Category Archive: interior design

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February 11th, 2019

Peak Professionals: New Build Listing

$779,900 2354 Red Thorne Ave. is a brand new home, ready for you! This is a custom home in Foxwood Crossing, Lambeth. Backing onto beautiful green space, this 2651 sq. ft. offers plenty of room for the whole family! This Glenwood executive home is full of endless upgrades and amenities. Main floor: open concept kitchen (with pantry & butler’s pantry), and formal dining room, or can be used for office space. 2 pc bath, mudroom


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July 31st, 2017

Where Do I Start? Keep It Simple!

If you are anything like me, once you get an idea it’s off to the races! I want to keep this post short and simple. The first place anyone starts in buying a house is talking to a mortgage broker. My cousin has been in the business for many many years and is an expert in residential mortgages. If you fill out the contact form and strictly put in the message, “Pre-approval” I’ll send your


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July 31st, 2017

Live For Free Managing My Client’s Property!

ATTENTION: Presently looking for a responsible #student or young professional in #LondonOn that would be interested in seriously discounted #rent to help maintain a clients #rental home (with some AirBnB rooms). Must be #proactive, have an eye for #detail and a passion for cleaning is a major PLUS! This home is conveniently located on Strathmeyer Street, on many bus routes which go to #FanshaweCollege and #WesternUniversity and is only 10 minutes away from #DownTownLondon. This


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July 31st, 2017

First Time Home Buyer’s Costs Example

I get asked a lot of questions as a realtor… Here’s an example I recently gave to a first time home buyer looking at just outside the GTA: If you put a $2000 deposit down on a $200,000 home you would owe; $1725 for land transfer tax (this is rebated for a first time home buyer when you do 2016 taxes – up to $2000) Somewhere between $800-$1000 for lawyer fees (dependent on lawyer) Remainder


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July 31st, 2017

Quick and Easy Tips For Staging On a Budget!

1. De-clutter! Just because your favourite aunt gave you a glass troll does not mean it should be front row centre on your gas fireplace! Anything that is extra in the room needs to be boxed up, you are preparing for a move! Don’t worry, you can bring it back out after you find your new home! 2. De-Personalize! In conjuction with the suggestion above, take down any beautiful pictures you have of you or


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