Toronto Foreclosures

Tweet Toronto is the most populous and one of the most widely recognized cities in Canada. But like in many areas, buying a home for you and your family in the said city can be quite difficult especially if you have some problems coping with high real estate prices. However, Toronto foreclosures make it possible for a lot of people to find the perfect homes for their families in a more reachable manner. Homes in Toronto foreclosures have prices a lot lower than the regular market price. They also have the same quality as of the homes that are promoted
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by rlerdorf Question by Pepper: Are there any home stagers in the Kitchener/Waterloo area? Best answer: Answer by exbuilderSince you are a Yahoo user, why not try the Yahoo Yellow Pages: Good luck with your search. What do you think? Answer below!

London Real Estate

London and St. Thomas Real Estate Board- St. Thomas Downtown Revitalization Program, 1977 Image by Elgin County Archives Title: Sally Hannon from the Ontario Ministry of Housing, and Gary Newell, vice-president of the London and St. Thomas Real Estate Board, relax outside the St. Thomas Golf and Country Club clubhouse in June 1977. Miss Hannon visited the area to speak to members of the real estate board on the Ministry of Housing program for downtown revitalization. The London and St. Thomas Real Estate Board is celebrating the 75th Anniversary of their organized history this year. The London Real Estate Board
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Hawkesbury Houses

1667 – The Hawkesbury Engine House Image by Bruce Stokes The oldest part of the pump house was installed in 1821. By 1837, a 114 foot shaft was sunk and a new, more powerful engine installed alongside "Lady Godiva" in the three-storey building by the Coventry Canal. In 1913 this water supply failed due to the sinking of the new Coventry Colliery and the engine house fell into disuse. The newer engine was scrapped during the Second World War. "Lady Godiva" remained in place until 1963 when it was moved to Dartmouth

Cayuga Houses

Cayuga Heights House With Tori Gate Image by paul_houle

Question by nick: Why did the city put a blue paint line in front of my house? Blue paint line on the pavement in front of my house by the city of whitby why? Best answer: Answer by Sarahyou could ask your mayor What do you think? Answer below!

Question by Irradiated Fool: Where in Ontario (Peterborough area preferred) can I get “Thuja Green Giant” for a 240′ hedge? The rear of my yard is 240′ across, with a major road not far from there. I am looking to plant a “Thuja Green Giant” hedge for privacy, and to reduce road noise; I need the height as my yard drops down behind the house. Because of the width I can’t afford large trees (5’+ are $ 60+), and thus would like to find seedlings or yearlings. I’m willing to drive a bit, but the closer to Peterborough, Ontario the
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Question by VivekJ: Is water softener recommended in Mississauga home? Hi, I live in Mississauga and want to ask if I should or shouldn’t install a water softener in my home? I do not know the hardness of city water and want to ask others who may have installed water softeners in Mississauga and their recommendation. Thanks Best answer: Answer by zen522You need to get a water test to find out what’s in your water. You can always benefit from a water softener. Add your own answer in the comments!

by DarrelBirkett Question by °ℓα∂у2°: What courses would help me remodel houses and possible one day build a house? I’m looking into college and Universities, and I really want to remodel houses one day. I can only do distant learning. (Picking up the work, over the Internet or tv/movie courses) What kinda of courses would help me learn how to do main things in remodeling houses? (Cabinet installing, easy plumbing, and etc) Best answer: Answer by bobForget school and get a job. If you want to take any courses, take business courses so you know how to run a business.
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Trenton Real Estate

REALTORS® Day in Trenton – June 10, 2010 Image by Eastern Bergen County Board of REALTORS Robert Kinniebrew (left), executive director of the New Jersey Real Estate Commission, is pictured conversing with Eleanor Stern, EBCBOR member and president of the NJAR® Educational Foundation. (Photo courtesy of NJAR®)

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