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October 2021 - Nuggets - Party Time

October 13, 2021
They say in real estate that if you want to get busy, plan a holiday and if you want it to rain, plan a party. That maybe sounds a little pessimistic and it may not always be true, but that was the case for the retirement party we scheduled on Thursday September 9, 2021 for our beloved manager Phyllis Gleeson. Held between 2 and 5 p.m. the skies opened up at precisely 2:00 p.m. and it rained pretty much through to the end.
Mortgage News

October 2021 - Mortgage News - Get the Scoop on Rental Properties

October 13, 2021
The Money Machine

October 2021 - Money Machine - Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act 2020

October 13, 2021
For those of us who are residential landlords or for those aspiring to be there is a relatively new piece of legislation that we need to be aware of. It’s called the “Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act 2020”. Its effects are quite far-reaching. It makes amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act 2006, the Housing Services Act 2011, and The Building Code 1992 and it replaces the Ontario Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act.
Market Overview

October 2021 - Market Update - Market Continues to Trend Upward

October 13, 2021
In order to get a somewhat clear understanding of the real estate market today, where it’s at and where it’s going, there are three measuring sticks I’d like to use. The number of units sold over the past month. The average sale price of homes across the region. And the total number of new listings registered in September. By assessing each of those numbers and then comparing them to past months and even past years, we should be in a position to spot trends and perhaps from that extrapolate where things are headed.
Legal Update

October 2021 - Legal Update - Trial By Technology

October 13, 2021
Throughout human history, society has developed various institutions to make determinations of fact and falsehood, right and wrong, guilty, not guilty and innocent. While it is trite to observe that the contemporary exercise of justice has at its centre the process of a trial, it may seem disparaging to remark that justice does not depend upon the discovery of truth for its operation. Consider that the standard for determining fact in civil trial is on a balance of probabilities, while the threshold for the purpose of criminal findings is beyond a reasonable doubt. It is worth reviewing the historical genesis of trials to map out the delivery of justice in the future, one that is appropriate for the information age we inhab

August 2021 - Nuggets - Upgrades TO Our In-House Virtual Tours

August 12, 2021
Over the last 18 months, the real estate industry and society, in general, has encountered challenges that one may not have ever dreamed of, never mind planned for. No one could have predicted multiple province-wide shutdowns due to a pandemic.