Blog by Kevin Martin
Canadian homebuyers more experienced,
financially prudent moving forward, says RE/MAX
RE/MAX Homebuying Trends Survey identifies Canadian real estate trends for 2013 and 2014
Mississauga, ON (January 22, 2013) -- Changing market conditions have triggered a shift in the Canadian
homebuyer mix and mindset, a fact identified and confirmed by the RE/MAX Canadian Homebuying Trends
Survey 2013-2014 rele ...
The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) reported that there were more balanced local markets in August than at any other time on record. With the Bank of Canada holding interests rates at the lowest levels on record, buyers are no longer caught up in bidding wars. These indicators all point to an excellent opportunity for buyers to purchase real estate at great prices. If you a not ...
With about 70% growth in properties in St. John's Metro over the last 8 years prices have finally leveled off. The global economy has cooled down keeping interest rates very low. Don't look at this as a bad thing. Warren Buffett purchased GE when the market sank a few years ago. Always buy in a cool market not a got market! Now is the RIGHT TIME to buy real estate. There are lots to c ...
10 Tips for a Sustainable Landscape
By: Veronica Sliva
Sustainable landscaping is about improving or working with the environment to create a landscape that is in balance with the local climate. It requires minimal additional resources such as fertilizer, pesticides and water. A short-term goal could include using a compost bi ...
Fighting Mold — The Homeowners' Guide
- Mold can be harmful or helpful — depending on where it grows.
- Mold needs moisture to grow.
- Mold does not grow on dry materials.
- Mold growing inside a home can affect the occupants.
- Occupants can learn to recognize mold.
Small Kitchen Solutions
By: Marissa Ponikowski
A small, cluttered kitchen can be a dark place indeed – but it doesn't have to be! Turn your tiny kitchen into the domestic haven it was meant to be with these small space solutions.
When you're dealing with a limited amount of space, you must make the most of the ...