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There are many REALTORS® out there from which to choose, but if you are looking for a full service REALTOR® who knows how to keep it simple, you'll be pleased to know your search has ended. Contact Candy to discuss your real estate needs. It's as simple as that!


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2017-09-22 — It's fall...sort of!

It sure doesn’t feel like autumn, does it? But, nonetheless, today is the first day of fall.

With this summery weather though, we really have to ask what the rest of the year is going to look like as winter approaches. Does this unusual warm weather mean we’re going to pay dearly with a cold, bitter winter? According to Environment Canada senior climatologist Dave Phillips: Not so much!

"It is so Canadian to worry about winter before summery weather is even over."

Well, can you blame us?

"There is going to be something for everybody. There are going to be some melting days, there are going to be some freezing days, and some wind chill numbing days ... But I think it will make for maybe a shorter winter."

So it looks like it will be business as usual in Canada this winter, and we can all sit back, relax, and enjoy this weather while we have it!

You can find the original CBC article at http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/summer-fall-weather-winter-1.3771676 for the full interview, and check out last week’s blog for Fall home maintenance tips to make sure your home is ready!

September Newsletter

Condo sales help set new record for August unit sales


Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board (OREB) sold 1,538 residential properties in August 2017 compared with 1,481 in August 2016, an increase of 3.8 percent.


"Condo sales continue to strengthen the Ottawa resale market," said OREB's President. "These numbers also assisted in setting a new record for the number of units sold in August, pushing August 2016 unit sales into second-place. In comparison to last year the number of condo units sold was up 22.1 percent, whereas residential units have held steady with a less than one percent decrease over this time last year. We are actually seeing very similar numbers to that of July 2017." (click to read more...)


Also in this issue:

  • Canada's residential real estate market makes the move to moderation in the second quarter of 2017
  • Essential fall gardening tasks for beauty year-round
  • Declutter the garage in five easy steps

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