~ formerly known as Feel at Home (2005 - 2011)
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Here is an excellent piece of advice courtesy of Richard Weisser and this is probably something that most people don't even think about. Thank you for sharing, Richard. P.S. Love that image of the keys ! Whether you buy a brand new home, a decades old resale, or a foreclosed property, the fir...
In business, as in life, I believe it is good to share information and resources. Having been in business now for 7 years, I've come to know many other small business owners. Some of them may have been introduced to you before in other blog entries pertaining to specific topics, but I thought I...
For those of you in the Toronto area (and our friends just south of the border), don't forget about this fantastic event coming up next week. LUMINATO FESTIVAL So much to see and do !
Whether you are preparing your home for sale or just wanting to get all those little fix it jobs out of the way, a reliable and trustworthy handyman is invaluable. I've recently made acquaintance with a husband and wife team that services the Oakville, Burlington, Mississauga region (ON Canada)....
A beautiful home will always sell if priced right. Thorough cleaning and de-cluttering are vitally important. Appropriate furnishings really help too. But sometimes it simply comes down to the basics. Here are a few other things to keep in mind during the summer months: * keep indoor temperat...
Some excellent information contained in this link to a Toronto Star article on the choices available for mortgages. Thanks to Sara Kareer for including it in her blog for those of us that may have missed it. After finding the home of your dreams, the next decision you are likely to face is dec...
Words of wisdom from Canada's favorite handyman, Bryan Baeumler. This article, special to the Toronto Star, deals with the issue of renovations in older homes and how best to handle the job of removing a wall to open up a space without compromising the structure. I had the pleasure of meeting B...