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  • Land transfer tax not permitted outside of Toronto

    The 444 municipalities spanning Ontario will not be given the same power as the city of Toronto to impose a local land transfer tax.Municipal Affairs Minister Ted McMeekin surprised the Opposition during question period Tuesday by announcing the Liberal government would not allow towns and cities to impose their own land transfer tax on top of the ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on December 1, 2015
  • 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
  • Downtown Milton has something for everyone

        Milton Canadian ChampionWith its historic charm and 180 shops and services, Downtown Milton is a preferred destination not just for locals, but those throughout the GTA.People love Downtown Milton for its small town character and wide variety of unique stores and restaurants, as well as the vibrant events organized by the ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on December 6, 2014
  • Quebec boards file motion against FSBO

      In what will surely become a landmark move, the Québec Federation of Real Estate Boards (QFREB) has filed an application for authorization to institute a class action suit against a major for-sale-by-owner player in the province. The proposed lawsuit accuses for sale by owner (FSBO) company DuProprio of “systematically ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on December 3, 2014
  • Real estate is only viable retirement strategy

    It may be a bitter pill to swallow for boomers headed into retirement with only meagre returns on fixed-income investments, but the advice of a leading real estate expert may keep others from following their lead.“Many Canadians today are having trouble with their retirement strategy and they are worried about outliving their ...
    Posted to Teri Lynn & Norm Hilson (Weblog) by 222196 on December 2, 2014
  • 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
  • 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
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