Top 10 Reasons to Use a Realtor

Thursday Jan 31st, 2019


With so much information online, I hear a lot of people asking “why use a Realtor?”, yes some are able to sell/buy a home without representation, but many cannot. Here are 10 Reasons why you should be using a Real Estate agent for your home. Education and Experience You do not need to know everything about a Real Estate, but you should hire a Realtor who does. All Realtors cost approximately the same, so why not hire one that knows more about Real Estate than you.... [read more]

Easy Ways to Instantly Improve Your Lighting

Wednesday Oct 10th, 2018


  1. Swap Out the Lightbulb You Leave On the Longest Consider changing out the bulbs in the light fixtures you use most often, such as in a kitchen or an entryway, for energy-efficient models. Energy Star-labeled bulbs can have a significant impact on your home's energy conservation: you can save $40-$135 in energy costs per bulb and cut energy use by about 75 percent and generate 75 percent less heat. Plus, in order to be labeled as an Energy Star bulb, the bulb must be backed... [read more]

Cleaning Short Cuts

Tuesday May 22nd, 2018


Cleaning can always be a hassle, especially with summer around the corner and the kids spending more time at home! Here are some great tips to create cleaning and organizing habits that will help you clean your home quickly.  Map a Cleaning Route: For a one-story house or an apartment, start with a corner room and work inward. If you have a two-story house, start with a room at the top corner of your home and work your way in and down. Clean each room completely before moving on to... [read more]

2017 Toronto Year in Review

Tuesday Feb 13th, 2018


The rapid 11.5% growth seen in early 2017 was due to the extremely constrained supply of listings for all home types, specifically the detached segment. This lead to intense competition between home buyers and therefore increase the pace of price growth rapidly, peaking at about 30% in March 2017 After a strong first quarter in 2017, the Ontario government announced the Fair Housing Plan (FHP) in April 2017, influencing rental agreements and implementing a 15% tax on foreign buyers. However,... [read more]


This chart shows the different house types and the average selling price for each house type in Brampton for the year 2017. The average days on the market for 2017 for all home types was 16, the average selling price for all home types was $699,295. For January 2018, in a year-to-year comparison Brampton saw an increase of 0.02% for average selling price.