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Measuring humidity in your home

We need humidity for our comfort and health. Instead of guessing whether or not you have a humidity problem inside your house, purchase a small, inexpensive, and easy-to-use instrument called a hygrometer (humidity sensor). Humidity is normally measured as relative humidity (RH). RH is a percentage that indicates the amount of moisture in the air […]

Ottawa Real Estate Statistics

The Ottawa Real Estate Board reported 589 unit sales in the month of January, virtually the same as January 2013. The five year average for the number of sales in the month of January is 640 units. The number of new listings taken in the month increased by 2% compared with January 2013.  The average sale […]

Ottawa’s resale market lands softly in January’s deep freeze

Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board sold 589 residential properties in January through the Board’s Multiple Listing Service® system, compared with 594 in January 2013. “Residential sales this January were virtually identical to January 2013. Our members sold five more freehold residential properties and 10 fewer residential condos. Statistically, the difference is less than […]

Thank you…

My heartfelt gratitude to those of you who have contributed to my success as a realtor. You have helped me achieve membership in the National Chairman’s Club – the top 1% of the Royal LePage residential sales force in Canada – again this year. And because this is my 10th year for winning this honour, […]

Wellington Village – $333,000

Sun-filled & spacious west-facing 2 bedroom, 2 4-piece bathroom condominium in Wellington Village beside the GCTC. This cozy & welcoming home features an open-concept floor plan, in-unit laundry, 2 balconies, updated appliances, underground parking, & storage facilities. Walk to shops, banks, restaurants, grocery stores, the Parkdale market, the theatre, and so much more! 60 day/TBA […]

Optimism about market, economy

Ontarians seem hopeful about the provincial real estate market, according to new research conducted by the polling firm of Ipsos Reid for the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA). One third of Ontarians (33%) say the market will strengthen rather than weaken (21%) in 2014. Looking even further ahead – 10 years’ time – significantly more […]

Craig Henry – $510,000

Beautifully situated Minto built Nevada model boasts almost 2,100 sq ft, plus a fully finished lower level! This family oriented home features 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, hardwood floors on the main level, new roof shingles and c/air, interlocking driveway, walkway & patio, a fully fenced & enclosed rear yard on a very quiet street with […]

Carbon monoxide detectors to be mandatory in homes

The Ontario legislature recently passed a bill to make carbon monoxide detectors mandatory in homes across the province. The legislature voted to support a private member’s bill requiring home owners to install carbon monoxide warning devices just as they would smoke detectors. The bill passed unanimously in the legislature.  

Ottawa Real Estate Statistics

The Ottawa Real Estate Board reported 610 unit sales in the month of December, a decrease of 1% compared with December 2012. The five year average for the number of sales in the month of November is 646 units. The number of new listings taken in the month decreased by 2% compared with December 2012.  The […]

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