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Top Questions to ask an Accredited Senior Agent

Your home is typically the biggest investment you have. It’s also the source of memories, the holder of cherished possessions, and so much more. It’s not bricks and mortar; it’s a living, breathing part of you. And now it’s time to move on to the next phase of your life. To guide you through this […]

Secondary Suites: How To Keep it Legal

Have you ever thought about renting out your basement as a secondary suite? Once your family dynamic changes, your basement can be transformed from a playspace to a pay-space. Creating a separate living space for a tenant can be an affordable option for renters in a busy market like Toronto or Vaughan and an income […]

Choosing A Senior Housing Community

When living in their current home in Ontario is no longer the best choice for an elderly loved one, the next step might be to move them into a senior housing community. Making this type of transition can be emotionally exhausting for the family and deciding on a retirement living option can be overwhelming. Understanding […]

The ‘F’ Word…

Let’s get right to the point and address the ‘F’ word. This nasty four-letter word is what’s holding you back from investing in real estate. It keeps people frozen in indecision. It’s limiting and crippling, but only because it’s ruled by a lack of good information. Four letters are getting in the way of something […]

Taking Care of Seniors’ Real Estate Needs… and more

In Ontario, it has been long recognized that there are often unique and varying challenges experienced by the aging homeowner that necessitated the development of specialized skill sets and further education for Real Estate Agents enabling them to meet the needs of their aging clients. There are two primary accreditation’s that agents can undertake to […]

How to Have ‘The Talk’ with Aging Parents

We all cringe when our parents tried to give us “The Talk”. It’s an awkward situation for any pre-teen, and the conversations didn’t get any easier to bear as we entered into the teenage years. Now, in our own adulthood with aging parents, we need to turn the tables on them. It’s our turn to […]