Winter Fun

As many of you have probably already heard Expedia put out a list of “10 Canadian Cities You Must Visit in 2016.” I have included a link to the article, if you have not read it already, https://travelblog.expedia.ca/10-canadian-cities-you-must-visit-in-2016/. Brockville is famous for Blockhouse Island and the scenic St. Lawrence River. Past times include, boating, paddling canoes, fishing or just walking the beautiful trails throughout the city. It is not hard to sell Brockville as a great place to be during the warm months, but what about the cold ones? Even though the river has frozen over there are still many great activities that are happening around the 1000 Islands. If you are looking to relocate to the area or just looking for something fun to do there is always lots happening year round!

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Millennials

First of all, what is a Millennial exactly? I’m sure you have been hearing this word more and more. Also known as generation Y, Millennials are those in the demographic group who were born in the early 80’s to the early 2000’s. They are now taking up most of the workforce and are becoming the next large generation of home buyers. But with other financial responsibilities such as student loans, car payments and maybe a credit card, just how do you attract millennial home buyers?

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House

This time of year is great for spending time with friends and family, gift giving and decking the halls. This can be a joyous but also very busy time of year. If a new home is on your Christmas list this year, this blog post is for you!

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House for Sale

Buying or selling a home during the winter months can seem like a daunting task, especially when the holiday season arrives. Many people believe that this is the worst time for real estate, but there are many positive aspects that are overlooked this time of year. There are also many tips and tricks to follow if selling and/or house hunting is on the top of your Christmas list.

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Animals

If you own a pet chances are it’s one of the family. While pets are great companions they are not usually a help to selling your home. You need potential buyers to be able to see themselves living in your home. Some buyers may not be able to look past the not so cute pet hair, odors or any damage to the home your pet may have caused.  The following is some simple, but invaluable advice on how to sell your home with a pet!

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5-tips-for-first-time-homebuyers

Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions you will have to embark on. Luckily, there are lots of professionals such as realtors and mortgage brokers that can help you along the way. Along with endless information online that can help you make this decision less stressful. But what about after the sale has closed and you are now a homeowner? Below are a few simple but smart decisions you can make with your finances after you have closed the deal.

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