Whether you’re thinking about becoming a landlord or you already are one, you know that landlords have an enormous amount of responsibility. You need to find tenants, keep the property in good condition, and take care of problems as they arise.
With the changing colours of the leaves, a nip in the air, and pumpkin-spiced everything, you know it’s time to settle in for the fall. You’ve been keeping up with the yard and home maintenance throughout the summer, but now you can surely take a rest, right?
There’s plenty of information available to first-time homebuyers, but it can be hard to find information if you’re trying to buy a new home while selling your old home at the same time. It can actually be a fairly tricky process because it’s hard to balance the timeline and the need for money at different times.
Our latest quick possession home at 2 Wheelright Way is simply stunning, and it’s almost completely built, so it will be finished by the time you pack your bags. It’s a three-bedroom bungalow-style home with almost 1,700 square feet of living space. With an elegant look to the interior and a spacious open-concept design, you’ll feel right at home whether you’re relaxing with your family or inviting all of your friends over for a gathering.
Paint colours really set the tone for your home, and when you’re building a new home, you’re working with a completely blank slate. It’s overwhelming to think about which colours should go on which walls.
Whether you like bold colours or traditional styles, let's take a look at some of the best colours you can use in your home.
Since your mortgage is probably going to be the biggest expense of your life, you want to be sure that you’re getting the best deal. One way to do this is to compare mortgage rates using a mortgage broker. It’s a great choice if you don’t want a lot of hassle, but there are some disadvantages as well.
Touring show homes gives you a better sense of what particular floor plans feel like in action and what type of quality a builder offers. We think that you’re going to like what you see in Sterling’s new fall show home at 69 Casselman Crescent. Based on the Ashton model, this show home is a 1,700+ square foot bungalow-style home, offering you all the advantages of single-storey living.