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2249 Bur Oak Avenue, Markham, ON

February 28th, 2012

I just finished uploading this Condo Townhouse for sale, 2249 Bur Oak Avenue, Markham, ON

Welcome to 2249 Bur Oak Avenue in the demand Greensborough community of Markham. This end unit boasts over 1200 square feet with 2 bedrooms plus a den and 3 bathrooms. Upgrades throughout include: glass backsplash in kitchen, and stainless steel appliances, extended garage with ample storage and space fo ...

How Home Closing Costs Can Add Up

February 23rd, 2012
How Home Closing Costs Can Add Up
By Rob Engen
www.moneyville.ca

Home buyers are often advised to set aside one-to-three per cent of the purchase price of their house for closing costs.  These fees are explained during the home buying process, but it is helpful to ask questions so you fully understand how these costs can affect  your budget.

Legal fees: On average you should budget $600 to $9 ...

Working from Home means Outfitting your Office with Great Furniture

February 23rd, 2012
Working from Home means Outfitting your Office with Great Furniture
By Vick Sanderson
www.yourhome.ca

Survey the 1.8 million Canadians who work from home, and they’ll cite as perks the ability to avoid rush-hour traffic, spend less on an office wardrobe and — in many cases — stay home with a sick child without causing an international business crisis. On the downside, the home office is too of ...

53 200 Mclevin Ave, Scarborough, ON

February 17th, 2012

I just sold this Condo Townhouse at 53 200 Mclevin Ave, Scarborough, ON Woodside Terrace.

View this recently sold Condo Townhouse or see all my home sales

Toronto Condo Tower Takes Title as Tallest Residential Skyscraper in Canada

February 17th, 2012
Toronto Condo Tower Takes Titles as Tallest Residential Skyscraper in Canada
By Susan Pigg
www.thestar.com

The battle of the biggest has just escalated three storeys.

Canderel’s Aura condo project at Yonge and Gerrard Sts. has regained the title of tallest residential skyscraper in Canada thanks to a committee of adjustment decision that will see it stretch to 78 storeys once construction is ...

CMHC Sees Steady Housing Market Ahead

February 13th, 2012
CMHC Sees Steady Housing Market Ahead
www.moneyville.ca

OTTAWA — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. is predicting the Canadian housing market will remain fairly stable this year and next, with little change from 2011 in prices, new home construction and sales of existing homes.

The national housing agency said Monday in its first-quarter 2012 report that the foreseen stability stems from an e ...

Re/Max Hallmark Realty Scholarship Program

February 7th, 2012
Re/Max Hallmark Realty Scholarship Program

I wanted to take this opportunity to inform you of an amazing program offered through my company RE/MAX Hallmark Realty Ltd. which may be of benefit to you and your family.

For several years we have sponsored a Scholarship Program which awards funds to qualified students entering their first year of post secondary education. To date, over $50,000 h ...

Exclusive Economic Outlook Event

February 7th, 2012

Please join us for an Exclusive Economic Outlook Event on February 23rd facilitated by Craig Alexander, Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist, TD Canada Trust.

This event is an excellent opportunity to get an inside perspective on the Canadian Economy, whether you are buying or selling, starting your career or retiring, investing saving, or simply educating yourself.

Space is Limited! Pleas ...

Toronto Real Estate: Average Detached House $606,600

February 7th, 2012
Toronto Real Estate: Average Detached House $606,600
By Susan Pigg
www.moneyville.ca

The Canadian Real Estate Association has launched a new system for tracking home and condo sales prices aimed at giving buyers and sellers a more precise picture of what’s happening right in their neighbourhoods.

The new system will track Canadian and regional home sales and price escalations based on “benchm ...

Toronto Real Estate and Schools - Do Good Test Scores add up to Higher Real Estate Prices?

February 6th, 2012
Toronto Real Estate and Schools - Do Good Test Scores add up to Higher Real Estate Prices?
By Susan Pigg
www.moneyville.ca

John Pasalis has seen dozens of moms-to-be in a panic and dads clutching spreadsheets of school scores walk into his Leslieville office during his years as a real estate agent.

He’s come to realize that when it comes to the hard math of buying a home, good schools count a ...

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