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  • Coming Soon in Old Milton

    Been waiting for the perfect house on the perfect street? The Hilson Team may have what your waiting for. 259 Ridge Drive in Milton is one of those special homes that only come around once and a while. Completely renovated from top to bottom with gorgeous family room addition offering beautiful vaulted ceiling, large windows, gas fireplace, ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on May 2, 2019
  • 8 easy ways to add value to your condo

     #1 - Pack Up the Clutter  #2 - Clean Every Inch of the Condo  #3 - Take a Good Look at the Floors  #4 - Freshen the Walls with New Paint  #5 - Make the Most of the Natural Lighting  #6 - How About the Ambient Lighting?  #7 - Update the Door Pulls in the Kitchen  #8 - Install Closet Organizers
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on November 4, 2018
  • Buyers Awaken

    Buyers finally out of hibernationWritten by  Grainne Burnsfont size   Print E-mail 1 commentRate this item12345(0 votes)Home buyers are finally stepping out of their winter slumber and snapping up new listings.Property seekers are finally seeing some sunshine in the market with a litany of new listings ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on April 10, 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
  • STAY CALM!!

    Investors should calm down and carry on in 2014. That is the word from Scotiabank who are playing down the so-called risks that may affect market conditions next year.The big risks – high household debt, affordability issues and muted wage growth – should not pose a serious threat to the Canadian housing market in 2014, despite what ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on December 30, 2013