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  “Just tidy up, take some pics, put a sign on the lawn — and your home will sell for top dollar.” In a seller’s market where many homes sell fast and for more than their asking price, many people believe this to be true. Yes, many homes will sell as long as they’re presentable and priced attractively, but there’s a big difference between selling and selling for top dollar. And selling for top dollar is
  With local home prices rising 30-40% over the past year, many homeowners are thinking about selling their homes and “cashing out.” Some want to take advantage of the current market conditions to pay off debts, while others want to use their equity for travel and leisure. Many simply want to lock in their equity gains. There are a number of reasons for wanting to sell. And, given the demand for homes in our region,
  Demand for homes in Ontario’s “Cottage Country” is soaring. Remote properties that would normally take weeks or months to sell are now off the market in days and, unsurprisingly, prices are rising sharply. No, there wasn’t a Lotto 6/49 glitch.  Rather, this is the result of many Ontarians accelerating their long-term plans. If owning a vacation home is a goal of yours, this is a trend worth understanding. After all, as demand increases, so
  Canada’s bank regulator, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI), is seeking to raise the mortgage qualification bar for Canadian homebuyers. OSFI is proposing that homebuyers applying for uninsured mortgages will need to qualify at a minimum rate of 5.25%, up 46 basis points from the current minimum qualifying rate of 4.79% set by the Bank of Canada. This will mainly impact buyers with a down payment greater than or equal to
Tesla, with its seamless fusion of technology and style, not only makes it easy to reduce your carbon footprint while driving – it makes it cool. But what about all that time after your commute? With The Bright Building in Kitchener, the latest innovative condo from HIP Developments, you can now enjoy a Tesla-like living experience 24/7. Here’s how:   RANGE   The foundation of what makes a Tesla special is that it is fully

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