If you’re shopping the housing market, scrolling the daily real estate listings becomes second nature. Wake up, now what? Check the listings. Lunch break at work, check the listings. Email notification from your real estate agent? Check the listings. LISTINGS ARE LIFE. The new ones immediately catch your eye and ignite a flicker of excitement at the prospect of achieving dream-home ownership. On the flip side, the homes that keep re-appearing in your feed that have been sitting on the market...
If you are looking to carve or decorate a pumpkin this fall, here are some ideas to get you started.
Fall comes with many traditions: football, apple cider, pies, festivals – and, of course, venturing to a pumpkin patch! If you are looking to carve or decorate a pumpkin this fall, here are some ideas to get you started.
1. Use a cookie cutter to create a pattern. Place the cookie cutter on the pumpkin, then use a hammer to pound it halfway in. Remove the cookie cutter, carve out the shape...
Treat Accessibly joins forces with RE/MAX and Home Depot Canada for third year, to encourage Canadians to adopt accessible and safe trick-or-treating practices
- Recent survey says close to 80 per cent of parents with kids ages three to nine years are seeking a safer trick-or-treating option this Halloween
- In a COVID-19 recovery-focused Canada, the accessible trick-or-treating movement helps all families look forward to a safer Halloween
You’re starting to think about becoming a homeowner and you likely have lots of questions about how to buy a home in Canada, from the overarching How do you buy a home, to specific queries around financing, home type and location, to how to make and negotiate an offer. To help simplify what can be a complicated process, we’ve outlined how to buy a home in 10 steps.
How to Buy a Home in 10 Steps
1. Choose a real estate agent that’s right for you.
A home is a huge i...