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Canadian Housing Market Outlook (Fall 2020)

Tuesday Aug 25th, 2020

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                                                     Canadian housing market expected to remain active for the remainder of 2020 due to pent-up demand and low inventory levels, say RE/MAX brokers and agents Canadians showing more interest in suburban and rural homes for sale, as work and life dynamics shift  Canadian housing prices anticipated... [read more]

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]

Moving tips to add to your TO DO list

Friday Jul 27th, 2018

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      Preparing to move into a new home can be overwhelming. Needless to say you have a lot on your plate, so we reached out to our RE/MAX Influencers — a panel consisting of RE/MAX Sales Associates from throughout Canada — to make a list of the most important moving tips a buyer should keep in mind to prepare to move into their new home.     Address Forwarding Forward your mail. Missing important government notices, taxes, and... [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]

New Grandparent's Guide

Wednesday Apr 26th, 2017

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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]

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