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April 2018 Edition
 April 2018 Edition     
How's The Market?
How's The Market?
 April 2018 Market StatisticsSales ActivityApril 2018 April 2017% Change Units Sold7,79211,468-32%Average Sale Price$$804,584$918,184-12%Source: Toronto Real Estate BoardOnce again, the market continues to see a decline in both sales volume and prices.  The new mortgage "stress test", the coming provincial election and and lack of consumer confidence are causing buyers to wait on the sidelines.  While the number of available listings has increased, only a few areas are seeing competing offers.  Please call me for an update of your neighbourhood sales.For a complete Market Watch report for Aprilh 2018, click here. .
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Creative Ways to Combat Dry Indoor Air
Creative Ways to Combat Dry Indoor Air
 Creative Ways to Combat Dry Indoor AirIndoor air will become drier the higher the heat so turning down the heat and wearing warmer clothes would be the first thing to do. If you have a radiator that you can put something on the filling pots or pans with water and putting them on the radiator will create some humidity. Another thing to do is dry laundry by hanging it up in your home or if you prefer you can hang damp towels to dry to create additional humidity.
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Growing Herbs indoors
Growing Herbs indoors
 Growing Herbs indoors Herbs can be grown in small containers successfully indoors year-round. This is great news for gardeners in cold climates. The best place to grow your herbs is at a south facing window. If this is not an option, then opt for west or east facing. The next important...
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Pet Friendly Houseplants
Pet Friendly Houseplants
  Pet Friendly Houseplants There are many house plants that are safe for cats and dogs. This means that they are non-toxic to them but may still case some digestive upset. Here is a list of some of these plants:African Violet - It comes in a range of purple colours, and it's low maintenance and thrives without bright light.Aluminum or watermelon plant - The gray-and-green leaves of watermelon plant make it an attractive option for the home, as well as a great nontoxic plant for cats and dogs alike.Christmas Cactus - Christmas cactus is nontoxic to cats and dogs.
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