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  • USE A LOCAL REALTOR

    The importance of using a local Realtor.
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on May 5, 2015
  • Growth brings Milton prosperity, growing pains

    The surging growth of the Greater Toronto Area is putting new pressure on Milton.In 1955, less than 3,000 people lived in the town located about 55 kilometres west of Toronto. But between 2006 and 2011, Milton's population grew by 56 per cent, earning it the title of Canada's fastest growing community.Located next door to ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on March 26, 2015
  • 13,000 new jobs to heat up investment in this Ontario city

    Most ReadLand purchase adds investment opportunities in CalgaryA land purchase on the western outskirts of downtown Calgary will open up investment opportunities in the area, say experts.National home sales down in JanuaryNational home sales activity decreased month-over-month in January 2015, according to new figures, but the Canadian ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on February 17, 2015
  • Moderated market by 2016? You have oil to thank

    Provinces mainly affected by sinking oil values are likely to drive a moderated housing market in 2016, said a new outlook report released today by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. “Our market outlook calls for gradual moderation in the pace of new home construction over the next couple of years as employment, disposable income ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on February 6, 2015
  • A GREAT PLACE TO CALL HOME

    Milton housing market a long way from reaching its peak: real estate executiveReal estate expertJohn S. Geha addresses his real estate colleagues about industry trends and growing their business.Milton Canadian ChampionBy Michael Gregory The Milton real estate market shows no sign of slowing down as “lifestyle” and housing ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on January 16, 2015
  • CREA raises projections for house sales but warns of oil-price ‘wildcard’

    It’s not clear how far oil prices may drop or for how long they’ll stay down,” says CREA economist Gregory Klump. “How that plays out may affect the outlook for interest rates, jobAARON HARRIS / TORONTO STAR FILE PHOTO“With mortgage rates remaining at historic lows since the summer, activity has remained stronger for ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on December 16, 2014
  • Canadian homes now more affordable

    At last, homeownership is within the grasp of some Canadians but their choices may be somewhat limited.Houses have become “slightly” more affordable for the average Canadian but they will have to think small.According to RBC’s latest Housing Trends and Affordability report, household incomes outpaced a modest rise in mortgage ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on February 25, 2014
  • The Canadian Mortgage Myth

    It is all over the news - That Canadians have debt levels that are skyrocketing, particularly when it come to home ownership and mortgages.   If you listen to what a lot of the pundits are saying it means that in the event of a softening of the real estate market most home owners will find themselves in a negative equity ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on February 3, 2014
  • 5 issues you'll miss without a home inspection

    In hot housing markets, buyers sometimes offer to waive the inspection to help their offer stand out from the crowd. But most real estate professionals agree this is a bad idea. Here's 5 reasons why.Pests:  Mice and insects are easy and fairly inexpensive to treat, but the damage they leave behind isn’t always. A good inspector can ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on January 29, 2014
  • Is the government set to heat up the market?

    Is the government about to reverse its aggressive market cool down strategies?In the face of idling home sales, there is growing speculation among economists that the BoC will soon have to fight deflationary trends, in part fueled by idling home sales.“The inflation right now is very low and it will stay very low in the coming months,” ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on January 25, 2014
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