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  • Breaking News on the "Municipal Land Transfer Tax" charge

    The Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing,  Ted McMeekin, informed the Legislative Today that the Government will not give Municipalities the ability to charge a Municipal Land Transfer Tax (MLTT). This is fantastic news to those looking to buy or sell in the future!  For all of your real estate needs, contact Claire ...
    Posted to Claire Weston (Weblog) by 53721 on December 1, 2015
  • Changes to mortgage rules, effective January 1, 2015!

    Effective January 1, 2015, Underwriters will be using different guidelines to arrive at the amount of mortgage prospective Buyers qualify for. All existing unsecured debt payments, such as credit cards, lines of credit, student loans etc., will be calculated using 3% repayment on the balance, regardless of the contractual amount required to be ...
    Posted to Claire Weston (Weblog) by 53721 on January 16, 2015
  • Thinking of renovating, here are some tips to make sure you get the best return when you decide to sell!

    Know your neighbourhood – No matter how long you’ve lived in the community, you will not have seen as many of your neighbors’ homes as your real estate agent has.  Agents specialize in areas.  That means they’ve seen all kinds of renos…and have had to sell them.  If you have any ...
    Posted to Claire Weston (Weblog) by 53721 on July 7, 2014
  • Royal LePage house price survey

    Did you know that the Royal LePage "House price survey" is the largest most comprehensive of it's kind in Canada?  A complete database of past and present surveys is available on the Royal LePage website at www.royallepage.ca Continued upward pressure on home prices as we move towards the all-important spring market is the ...
    Posted to Claire Weston (Weblog) by 53721 on February 4, 2014
  • Southgate rd. 24 and West back line is sold!

    2 acre corner lot at Southgate Road 24 and West back line is sold! To buy, sell or invest, call or email Real Estate Broker, Claire Weston, selling, Southern Georgian Bay!  Spring will be here before you know it!  Need to know the market value of your property, looking for your first home or investment, I can help.
    Posted to Claire Weston (Weblog) by 53721 on February 1, 2014
  • Need to find out what your home is worth Today?

    If you would like to know what your home is worth in Collingwood, Wasaga Beach, Blue Mountain, Clearview in Today's marketplace, I would be happy to give you a "no obligation" quote!   Call or email me!
    Posted to Claire Weston (Weblog) by 53721 on January 15, 2014
  • Reduced again to sell!

    64 Ninth Street has just been reduced to 199900.00!  Do not miss out on this move-in ready "War-time" home, where all of the work  has been done, great one floor living for the retired couple!  Great entry level home for first time buyers!  Fantastic location!
    Posted to Claire Weston (Weblog) by 53721 on June 4, 2013
  • Low Interest Rates for a bit longer!

    The Bank of Canada has kept the overnight Interest Rate at 1%!  The Rate has been kept at that since September 2010.  This is great news for 1st time Buyers, as well as anyone looking to get a mortgage!  Interest rates continue to be at a record low!  If you are in the market for buying, selling or investing, call Claire Weston ...
    Posted to Claire Weston (Weblog) by 53721 on May 29, 2013
  • Price reduction on 64 Ninth Street!

    64 Ninth Street Collingwood has just been reduced to 204,900.00! Call me to see this immaculate 3 bedroom war-time home, with too many upgrades to mention! You could be in this home before Summer!  Call Claire Weston for your personal viewing.
    Posted to Claire Weston (Weblog) by 53721 on May 15, 2013
  • Who wants what? Spring cleaning is upon us! Here is a helpful guide to allocate where the stuff goes!

    Local Libraries- Books, CD's, DVD's Homeless Shelters- clothing, coats/gloves/hats/linen/blankets/books Abuse Shelters- clothing,dishes,and kitchen items,books,children's toys Community Recreation Departments- sporting goods and equipment Humane Society/Pet Rescues- Old blankets and sheets, pet supplies Church Charities (for ...
    Posted to Claire Weston (Weblog) by 53721 on April 27, 2013
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