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35 Brule Crescent

Welcome to 35 Brule Crescent, an elegant 4 bedroom family home on a quiet tree lined street in the prestigious Brule Gardens enclave. Situated in a picturesque ravine setting, this home has an ultra private back garden with a large patio, luxurious perennial gardens and a calming pond with waterfall. Both front and back grounds… Read More

Quickly Eliminate Unwanted Odors and Keep Them Away

Unpleasant Odours

A survey by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) discovered that more than 80 percent of homeowners make a direct correlation between the cleanliness of their floors and their family’s health. However, the organization notes that a major part of preventing airborne contaminants and keeping your home healthy is odor removal. We… Read More

Good Credit Is Just As Important After Your Home Purchase

Credit Score

Everybody knows how important it is to have great credit when you’re buying a house. But keeping your credit good after you’ve purchased is just as critical. Letting your score take a hit after you close escrow can negatively impact you in a few important ways. Credit Cards It’s easier than you think to get… Read More

Real Estate Fraud In Canada

Real Estate Fraud

March was Fraud Prevention Month in Canada, where governments and finance companies worked together to shine a light on various scams. This year First Canadian Title (FCT) says the “dirty little secret of real estate fraud” is when one family member commits it against another family member. FCT sells title insurance that covers real estate… Read More

Toronto Joins The $1 Million Club

Toronto Prices_February_2015

For the first time, detached homes in the City of Toronto passed the $1 million mark, at an average selling price of $1,040,018 for the month of February, 8.9% above the same month last year. Overall, the Toronto area spring market continued it’s torrid pace in February, with year-over-year sales up 11.3% and year-over-year prices… Read More