Here are all of the latest real estate trends and tips on how to enjoy our city to the fullest. We'll keep you updated with monthly market statistics, information on local developments, and our top picks for the best events in any season.

How to Survive a Kitchen Renovation

How to Survive a Kitchen Renovation

Kitchen remodeling is more disruptive to your everyday routine than any other single home renovation project.There’s no escaping the inconvenience, but with some smart planning, it doesn’t have to wreak havoc on your household.

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Quinte Real Estate Market Update, December 2017

Quinte Real Estate Market Update, December 2017

The typical holiday slow-down is starting to settle in as we approach Christmas, however, low inventory levels continue to provide a competitive seller’s market where prices keep rising. 12 month average selling prices continue to increase but have slowed to a pace that matches the rest of the province; unlike earlier this year where we had almost 20% year-over-year appreciation.

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Holiday Head Start

Holiday Head Start

The holidays are hectic. Between the decorating, cleaning, entertaining and tidying up afterwards, it can seem like you don’t have a second for anything else. But you can use the chaos to your advantage if you’re planning to sell your home this spring!

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Keeping Things Positive With Tenants

Keeping Things Positive With Tenants

You rent a nice apartment in a well kept 4 unit building on a great street. The owners of the building have been incredible landlords. They maintain the building well and respond to your concerns quickly. You have lived there for several years and plan on making this your home for the foreseeable future.

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Quinte Real Estate Market Update, August 2017

Quinte Real Estate Market Update, August 2017

The effects of the GTA market cool down are starting to reach the Bay of Quinte but low inventory has kept the real estate market relatively steady. The numbers from July show a more balanced market compared to the past 6 months. In fact, unit sales of single family homes are down 18.9% compared to the previous year. Part of this is due to the normal seasonal cycle but the buyer pool is slightly shrinking since the market correction began in Toronto in June.

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