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I’m Nathalie Ng. I am the Money Chick- A mortgage agent who is licensed to give you unbiased advice on your mortgage. Nathalie, I hear so much about HELOC’s what are they? Home Equity Line of Credit is a smart and flexible financing solution for home owners who own an existing property. It is an ...
How You can Access more equity when divorcing! Hi, I’m Nathalie Ng. I'm the Money Chick- A mortgage agent who is licensed 2 give unbiased advice on your mortgage. Can you help clients who are single, separated, single parents & divorced? Yes I do and it is a special niche as I deal with lender...
Found this on Facebook courtesy of Scott Levitt If that doesn't SCREAM I need a realtor please provide another sample. Selling in Toronto
Home Inspection Mistakes that are often overlooked and How to Avoid them. I'm with Gary Bostock from Pillar to Post HOME Inspections. What are the 5 most prevelant defects in a home inspection? This is a classic backfill settlement issue. The soil starts to sink into the home as it gets older. A...
Photo Credit LastDetail.ca In Toronto's competitive real estate market agents are recommending staging to get Buyers to pay the highest dollar for a property. They stage and craft every detail, with a single goal. Hold offers to create a frenzy. Possibly underprice to garner additional attenti...
It is informal; close to your location of choice. An informal, casual and non threatening meeting place. In this digital day and age, Forms and PDF's we can read are on my iPAD, or on my laptops, Digital Signatures and rocket sticks for instant online access. Will I register you into the Buyers ...
Toronto's Changing Skyline The Ontario Government has taken heed to a private members bill to reform the Condominium Act (1998) given that it is somewhat dated and creates a process that does not give owners the right to grieve or challenge decisions made by a Board of Directors. Condominium Act...
Toronto has not yet joined other municipalities to license Landlords but that may be short lived as the City looks for new sources of Revenue. The average tax appears to be at $825.00 per unit. Condo Units in a Building are exempt. Compulsory licensing for small landlords is rapidly spreading t...
We are rapidly moving to the half year for Toronto Real Estate, and I'd like to take a broader view of whats happening in our City. In downtown Toronto; the commercial sector, The Bank of Nova Scotia Tower sold for a record $ 1.27 Billion. This is the highest value for a Canadian office building ...
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