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Persisting Demand and Investor Interest in Industrial Assets Leaves Availability at Record Lows

With the beginning of steady re-openings seen throughout the second quarter prompting even more of a return in investor confidence, Q2 2021 office and industrial results point to further recovery in commercial real estate, despite a slowdown in employment after growth recorded earlier this year. According to Statistics Canada, employment ...

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Failed Agreements of Purchase and Sale

An Agreement of Purchase and Sale (“Agreement”) may not be completed for a number of reasons, including unsatisfied conditions relating to matters such as financing, rezoning approval, a home inspection or the sale of a buyer’s current home. This failure to satisfy a condition may raise an issue about the ...

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Working with a REALTOR®

When working with a REALTOR® it is important to understand who the REALTOR® works for. To whom is the REALTOR® legally obligated? The Agency Relationship REALTORS® are governed by the legal concept of “agency.” An agent is legally obligated to look after the best interests of the person he or she ...

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29 Tips to Keep Your Dog Safe and Healthy This Summer

You know not to leave him in the car while you run to the bank — but do you know how to quickly check for dehydration? Courtesy of Juliana Labianca Updated: Jun. 08, 2020 1 / 29 NAZAR-SKLADANYI/SHUTTERSTOCK Remember this Hydration Test To quickly test your dog’s hydration, pull up the skin ...

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The Delayed Offer Presentation Process

Understanding the delayed offer presentation process Delayed negotiations, used appropriately, can be a powerful tool when it comes to selling a home. Done right, this tool is a plus for buyers too. So how do you know if delayed negotiations are right for you? First, talk to your real estate ...

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6 Things Stagers Will Definitely Want to Change in Your House Before You List It—So Be Prepared!

We’re pretty attached to our stuff, aren’t we? Family photos, knick-knacks, and artwork—they reflect our personalities and styles. However, those might be a problem if you’re showing your home to potential buyers. They want to imagine themselves living in a beautiful, clean space, and that means properly staging a house ...

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13 Grilling Mistakes That Could Make You Sick

Summer doesn’t officially start until your first barbecue. Keep everyone safe and healthy with these grilling guidelines. Keep Grilling Season Fun and Healthy Grilling is one of Canada’s favorite pastimes, with more than 70 percent of Canadians owning a grill or a smoker. As beloved as a summer cookout may ...

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One Quarter of Canadians Aged 25 to 35 Purchased a Property During Pandemic

According to a recent Royal LePage demographic survey, nearly half (48%) of Canadians aged 25 to 35 currently own their home, and 25 per cent of these homeowners purchased a property during the pandemic. Royal LePage reports, that among non-homeowners, there is a strong intention to purchase in the future ...

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