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RE/MAX Hallmark Scholarship Program 2020

Thursday Feb 13th, 2020

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RE/MAX Hallmark Scholarship Program 2020   We are happy to announce that we at RE/MAX Hallmark are offering a Scholarship fund for the children of our past or present clients, who are applying for their first year of post-secondary education.   If you are interested, require further information, or would like to obtain an application form, please contact us at 416-699-9292 or send us an email at info@weselltoronto.com   We would be happy to endorse your... [read more]

2020 RE/MAX Housing Market Report

Wednesday Feb 05th, 2020

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Want to know more about the Toronto Real Estate Market Outlook 2020? Curious about the current value of your home? Considering doing renovations or upgrades?  Call us anytime, we are here for all of your real estate needs!                         [read more]

2020 Housing Market Report

Thursday Nov 28th, 2019

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MARKET OUTLOOK 2020     ONTARIO Toronto is set to experience a strong housing market in 2020. Lower unemployment rates, economic growth and improved overall affordability in the Greater Toronto Area are expected to drive the market forward. The estimated average sale price increase for 2020 is six percent, two points higher than the growth experienced between 2018 ($736,256) and 2019 ($766,236). The city saw 76,413 properties sold in 2019, up 12 percent from 2018... [read more]

New Grandparents Guide

Monday Feb 26th, 2018

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Seven Easy Steps to Handling Your New Role   1. Set the Stage for Peaceful Relationships Right from the get-go, many expecting parents experience tension or a feeling of being torn between two – or even three or four – sets of grandparents forcefully asserting their wishes. It's a recipe for stress that soon-to-be moms and dads definitely don't need. As much as you can, stay positive, be flexible, and go with the flow. Focus on supporting the expecting... [read more]

Why wait for the Spring Market - Winter can be an excellent time to buy a house!

Tuesday Apr 25th, 2017

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So real estate wizards tells us that spring and summer are the prime seasons for house hunting. Buyers are more likely to get out and shop when the weather is nice. It is a more pleasant time of year, and sellers know their yards look better when not covered in snow. Yet there are some very compelling and logical reasons for going shopping for a house in the fall and winter. Here are some pros & cons to buying a home in November & December. PROS Fewer Buyers to Compete... [read more]

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