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b-LOG: The Keys to a Successful Winter Move

b-LOG: The Keys to a Successful Winter Move

If you’re planning on a move in February or March, there are some things you should do right now. Ok, maybe not right now but we’ve broken down a month-by-month timeline to help. SEPTEMBER: PHOTOS. Sure, you’ll get frozen tundra photos taken in February but how is a buyer supposed to get excited about your […]

b-LOG: Breaking the Ice with the New Neighbours

b-LOG: Breaking the Ice with the New Neighbours

You prepare for it weeks or even months in advance. You build up your defences for the emotional roller coaster that would leave even the most fleet-footed tired and drained. But once you cross the finishline and the last box is unpacked, you can then begin to focus on the new beginnings that a move […]

We Got a Guy

Whether you are moving or not, it always helps to know people! Part of our day to day existence as REALTORS brings us into contact with great help. We frequently deal with professionals in flooring installation, appliance sales and repair, furnace, central air, insulation, electrical, landscaping, even carpet stretching! As mentioned, we got a guy! […]

Moving: A Realtor’s Perspective – Part Two

—-See Part One—- Quick summary of the journey so far :: Packed. Cleaned. Prepared. Included kids. Arranged babysitters. Unloaded kids. Colour coded labels. Took deep breathes. Waited. Drank water. Ate lunch. Got keys. Muddy foot movers muddied my new clean home. Missing television. Heavy rain. Water in garage. So, carrying on… I am still rolling […]

Moving: A Realtor’s Perspective – Part One

By Jim Broderick, Sales Representative The following is the real life, full colour account of my move. First, let me start by saying that moving is not fun! We can get that out of the way immediately. The furniture, the boxes, the kids toys, the garage, the stuff, stuff, stuff. Recently (actually, last week) my […]