The creation of a province-wide registry of homes that were former marijuana grow operations or clandestine drug laboratories is the goal of a bill introduced in the provincial legislature and supported by the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA). A bill to create a central registry was introduced at Queen’s Park by MPP Lisa MacLeod (Nepean-Carleton) […]
Flawed process skews Fraser Institute’s school rankings, claims U of O education expert
Fewer homes are expected to trade hands in the first half of 2013, which should slow the pace at which home prices rise, according to a new survey. The average national home price is predicted to be 1% higher by the end of 2013, compared to 2012, according to the Royal LePage House Price Survey […]
People tend to think of burglary in strictly physical terms, that is, illegal access to our home, items taken and/or items destroyed. However, burglary can have a significant impact on a person’s mental well-being. Burglary victims will often speak of a sense of violation. This can lead to feelings of fear, anger and emotional distress, […]
Thank you for your kindness and support. I have had the good fortune to again receive the prestigious National Chairman’s Award with Royal LePage, representing the top 1% nationally. This accomplishment could not have happened without your continuing endorsement. I am very thankful and appreciative.
The City of Ottawa has begun its review of strategic documents that guide the development of our city. They include the Official Plan, Transportation Master Plan, Infrastructure Master Plan, Cycling Plan, and Pedestrian Plan. When completed, the Building a Liveable Ottawa 2031 project will set the directions, policies and affordability priorities that will influence the […]
At what age must an aboveground fuel tank be replaced? Is a property insurable with a fuel tank in the premises? Here are some resources: 1. Technical Standards and Safety Authority – www.tssa.org Consumer information on aboveground fuel tanks – www.tssa.org/public/consumer/homeowners/consumerHome05.asp 2. Consult insurance companies for specifics on insurability of the property.
The Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit is a permanent, refundable personal income tax credit to assist with the cost of permanent home modifications that improve accessibility or help a senior be more functional or mobile at home. The credit is worth up to $1,500 each year, calculated at 15 per cent of up to $10,000 […]
On Saturday, February 23rd, I invite you to attend a FREE EVENT! This event is designed to help teach families and their children the key skills needed to EARN, SAVE, and INVEST their money in a fun and entertaining format that is easy to absorb. The ideal age group is from 12 years to 23 […]
Condominium owners take note. In most condominiums, there is a blanket insurance policy for the common elements, and the individual unit owner’s policy. An individual owner’s policy should include “chargeback coverage”. Under the Ontario Condominium Act, 1998, a condominium can pass a bylaw to allow the insurance deductibles on the condominium’s blanket insurance policy to […]
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