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Ontario’s New Standard Lease

Feb 22, 2018
The government of Ontario has announced they will further regulate private residential leases. Effective April 30th, 2018, landlords ...
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Cambridge To Fast Track Duplex Permits

Feb 20, 2018
The City of Cambridge is planning on dramatically reducing the red tape for homeowners and investors who wish ...
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First Quarter Projecting Growth For Waterloo Region

Jan 29, 2018
Waterloo Region’s 2018 residential real estate indicators are predictive of continued growth in the first quarter fuelled by ...
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How To Use Leverage When Selling Your Home

Oct 24, 2017
A Buyer recently commented at one of my open houses that the “local market is unstable and volatile.” ...
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Development Review: SIXO

Oct 19, 2017
Zehr group in partnership with Momentum Developments is planning the largest to-date residential mixed-use development project set on ...
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Fall Housing Market Firms Up In Kitchener/Waterloo

Oct 19, 2017
After the average residential sales value peaked in May 2017 at nearly $500,000, the region of Waterloo saw ...
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Home Sales Continue to Surge in April

May 03, 2017
Real estate values are continuing a momentous surge in the Waterloo Region. Our local Real Estate Association just ...
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Development Review: Charlie West in Kitchener

Apr 11, 2017
Momentum Developments in a joint venture with Zehr Property are planning a new and exciting offering in the ...
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Strongest First Quarter Ever In KW Housing Market?

Apr 04, 2017
The Kitchener-Waterloo housing market has continued its torrid pace from 2016 and actually picked up significant steam. Sales ...
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Tired of Losing in Negotiations?

Mar 21, 2017
  What’s happening out there? I often get asked this question when people realize I’m a local real ...
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