David's Prespective On The Orangeville Real Estate Market

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Real Estate Agent - RE/MAX Real Estate Centre Inc
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Hello and Welcome to 2010! Man, it's been cold this week! I was just out on an appointment today and we just about froze solid. This cold snap reminds me when I was a kid, growing up in Toronto. Always lots of snow, very cold, and so amazingly beautiful. Well, its been interesting this week so fa...
01/08/2010
Ok, I have a great site that helps people findout about my area (Orangeville Ontario) pssst! Do you know the 10 Most Expensive Mistakes People Make When They Buy Or Sell A Home?   Visit www.SearchOrangevilleHomes.com Learn more and buy smart!!  That's the way to a happy client. David Living in Or...
04/12/2009
Ontatio's clean-energy bill would raise hydro rates and promote alternative power Ontario residents won't be able to sell their houses or condos without first getting a home energy audit – which now costs about $300 – under the proposed new Green Energy Act. That's one of several measures in the ...
03/07/2009
As consumers continue to learn more and more about green building, architects, designers and builders are starting to incorporate more green features into their new homes. As technology and products continue to emerge, consumers can build their dream home without sacrificing aesthetics. Even thou...
03/06/2009
Here is a re-cap of 3 Government actions to stimulate the housing industry in Canada... 1. The 2009 budget proposes to introduce a new non-refundable tax credit based on an amount of $5,000 for first-time home buyers who acquire a qualifying home after January 27, 2009. You are considered a firs...
03/06/2009
Mandatory energy audits on home sales wrong, Toronto's real estate agents say. In the wake of a new municipal land-transfer tax and unmoored by a sinking economy, Toronto real estate agents are bracing for a new storm on the legislative horizon: Mandatory energy audits for home sales. Ontario Min...
03/04/2009
This is a much debated question among real estate professionals. The import of the question has to do with common sense perceptions and common law conventions that "he who pays the piper calls the tune". Buyer agents take the position that the commission fee comes from "the proceeds of the transa...
03/03/2009
How's "That depends," for an answer? A good buyer's agent can be the greatest asset you will have in navigating through the real estate marketplace, and a poor one can be a burden. So the right answer is "Yes, but only if you do your homework first and then choose carefully and wisely." Some real...
03/02/2009
Whether you are a home buyer or seller, it is important for you to understand the legal nature of the agency relationship you have with your agent. Your agent must act in your best interest while representing you in a real estate transaction. This gets complicated if you find yourself in a “multi...
03/02/2009
 Here's the list you've been waiting for!   Sidelined home buyers. Family or lifestyle additions or changes made in buyers households in the last three years are forcing those waiting out the market transition to finally get off the fence and say, it's time for our family to buy the new home tha...
03/02/2009
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