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Month: September 2016

BEFORE BUYING: DEFINE YOUR NEEDS

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After determining your budget and the location of your future property, you need to think about the features that you would like to have in your new home. This will help you find the perfect gem among the approximately 100,000 properties that are currently for sale on Centris.ca. Where to begin? A LIST OF WANTS […]

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Hamilton is having its moment

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But the days of a cheap, two-storey Victorian may be gone. Hamilton realtor Jeannie Crawford in the home she and her husband bought for $100,000 less than the selling price of their “shoe-box” condo in Toronto.  (JEANNIE CRAWFORD)   By TESS KALINOWSKIReal Estate Reporter Sat., Sept. 3, 2016 Luis Meza’s coffee shop in Hamilton’s historic Lister Block […]

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Cake & Loaf takes home the dough

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Hamilton Spectator A Hamilton bakery has taken the $100,000 grand prize in an annual small business challenge. Cake & Loaf is a neighbourhood “from scratch” bakery on Dundurn Street at Homewood Avenue, using local, organic ingredients. It was created by pastry-school pals Josie Rudderham and Nicole Miller six years ago and has grown to 23 […]

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Hamilton reigns as top place to invest

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Company ranks Hamilton No. 1 in Ontario again Hamilton Spectator Hamilton has secured its title as the No. 1 city to invest in Ontario. The Real Estate Investment Network of Canada (REIN) said Tuesday the city re mains the top location across the province for investment for the second consecutive year. REIN is a Canadian […]

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Everything’s a little lighter in a floating home

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Hamilton Spectator By Sandy Deneau Dunham SEATTLE — Light gushes through abundant glass; bounces off walls, fixtures, surfaces; generates patterns, reflections, somehow even more light. Right outside, boats glide, rowers stroke, a sailor waves across a gentle wake — a fleeting neighbour, a floating ally. And all around, Portage Bay sloshes leisurely along low decking; […]

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