Laceby Real Estate continues to grow with new Cookstown office

Simcoe County is the newest frontier for King’s venerable Laceby Real Estate, Brokerage. The King Township founded brokerage continues to grow, adding a third location to its existing locations in King City and Aurora. The Cookstown office at 11 Queen St. (Hwy. 89 and Hwy. 27) will serve customers in New Tecumseth, Adjala/ Tosorontio, West […]

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Tips for first-time real estate investors

Real estate can be a good investment that helps build wealth and secure a financial future. According to Investopedia, average 20-year returns in commercial real estate hover around 9.5 percent, while residential and diversified real estate average returns of 10.6 percent. Such figures may seem too good to ignore for many prospective real estate investors. […]

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Should wait until next year to see what else comes out?

We found a home we loved last week but wonder, ‘Should wait until next year to see what else comes out?’ The action Buyer’s should take is unique to them and their individual scenario, life stage, needs and budget.  An action plan should be developed with their REALTOR® and Lender and the next steps will […]

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Create a sale-worthy showplace

The sentiment “don’t judge a book by its cover” can be applied to many situations. When it comes to selling their homes, homeowners should remember this adage as they prepare their homes for prospective buyers. Statista indicates that there were 560,000 houses sold in the United States in 2016. The Canadian Real Estate Association said […]

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Which renovations are worth an investment?

The cost of remodeling a home is easier to stomach when homeowners can expect to recoup a sizable percentage of the costs of the renovation. While basing renovations on their potential impact on resale value may be unwise, return on investment is something homeowners must consider when mulling renovation projects. Many homeowners wonder which renovations […]

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Get the Whole Story

October sales were up slightly over the prior month, 56 homes sold in Aurora about 50 per cent less than in 2016 with an average price of $1,017, 210 for all home types. The median price of these homes was $892,500which is marginally less than at the same time last year.The average days to sell […]

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