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September 2017 Edition
How's The Market?
How's The Market?
September 2017 Market StatisticsSales ActivitySeptember 2017 September 2016% Change Units Sold6,3799,840-34%Average Sale Price$775,546$756,0212.6%Source: Toronto Real Estate BoardThe market continues to see a significant downturn in sales.  After a slow summer market, activity is picking up.  New listings are coming onto the market, and buyers are once again attending open houses each weekend.  Activity has been brisk in the condominium resale market, but noticeably slower in the move-up housing market, especially for high end homes.  Please call me for an update of your neighbourhood sales.For a complete Market Watch report for September 2017, click here..
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How to Improve Your Credit Score
How to Improve Your Credit Score
How to Improve Your Credit Score If you are a first-time buyer about to arrange a mortgage, your mortgage broker will check your credit score.  A well-balanced credit history is important to managing your debt. For instance, having at least two types of credit such as a credit card, line of credit, mortgage, loan for tuition, car loan etc. will help you establish a credit profile.To improve your score, always pay your bills on time.
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Plants That Improve Indoor Air Quality
Plants That Improve Indoor Air Quality
  Plants That Improve Indoor Air QualityCommon indoor plants can prove to be very valuable when it comes to fighting the rising levels of indoor air pollution. Most people don’t realize just how many items in their home contribute to poor air quality and may negatively affect the health of their family.  For example, formaldehyde, which comes from carpets and particle boards, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) which come from solvents and chemicals in perfumes, hair sprays, air fresheners and furniture polish, biological pollutants consisting of dust, fungi, or allergens, and finally, carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxides. All these pollutants can cause various health issues ranging from allergies, headaches, dizziness to nervous system disorders.The first plant that is extremely useful is aloe vera. It is a succulent, perennial plant that can filter benzene and formaldehyde, and it is easy to grow.
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What to do with Pets When Selling Your Home
What to do with Pets When Selling Your Home
What to do with Pets When Selling Your Home When selling your home, you want to make it appealing to the widest group of people. Even though more than half the population loves pets and feels a pet makes a home, it is still wise to take some steps before putting your home on the market. Talk to your veterinarian, especially if you have a pet with a medical condition or a senior pet.
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Heather Fuller
Broker, CRA

office:416-489-2121