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Looking for a home can be an exciting and exhilarating experience. But before you start your search, you first need to figure out where you want to live and what your housing needs will be both now and in the future.

Getting the most money for my home

Today’s buyers are discerning. A light sprucing up, putting in brighter light bulbs and baking cookies won’t cut it anymore.

Investing in Real Estate

All real estate investors are attracted to holdings that maximize net income and cash flow, offer the opportunity to leverage affordable debt against secure assets, and realize the benefits of future equity growth through increased property values.

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  • KITCHENER-WATERLOO REAL ESTATE MARKET UPDATE January 16, 2018
    2017 a big year for Kitchener-Waterloo homes sales!There were 6,549 homes sold in Kitchener-Waterloo and area last year through the Multiple Listing System (MLS® System) of the Kitchener-Waterloo Association of REALTORS® (KWAR), just one percent behind matching last year’s record smashing results.The year ended strong with 301 home sales in December, which is a slight […]
    Tim Thiessen
  • THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT January 15, 2018
    Are your home’s strange sounds keeping you up at night?Part of settling into a new home is figuring out what noises are normal. Most are nothing to worry about but some could signal a deeper issue. Here are a few that you should pay attention to:Furnace Noises - A humming noise is normal but loud pops, […]
    Tim Thiessen
  • Moving to Waterloo? Book a FREE Real Estate Tour! January 12, 2018
    Neighbourhood driving tours are a great way to learn a new areaFor over a decade now I have been working with a particular department at one of our esteemed local institutions of higher learning to provide local housing and real estate information to candidates when they are being recruited for employment. Providing this service allows […]
    Tim Thiessen

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