Small apartment decorating might be the hardest kind of interior decorating there is. When you don’t have much square footage to work with, it’s essential that you use what you have for practical purposes. But, who wants to live in a Christmas-cheerless apartment during the holidays?
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There are many home design features that are worth investing in when considering the immediate enjoyment and long-term resale value of your home – these are the little luxuries that really pay off! Here’s Branthaven Home's list of the top upgrade selections to really help add value to your home.
Although the COVID-19 virus has put a pause on most of our usual social gatherings this Easter weekend, you and your family can still enjoy all of the fun and interactive traditions the holiday has to offer. Most of these materials can already be found at home so no need to make any additional trips out to the store! Here is how we are spending our Easter weekend at home in #quarantine.
With everything going on, we are thrilled to announce this gorgeous 2 bed 2 bath condo in Mississauga SOLD $37,000 OVER ASKING in just 4 DAYS!
During a time where the world seems to be changing by the hour, we continue to see plenty of movement with our buyers/sellers as the Real Estate market remains hot.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the push for all Canadians to practice social distancing, continue washing their hands, and stay home… this is the time to start your spring cleaning and disinfect your condo (or home!) We’ve compiled an easy to follow, a 7-day checklist to get your condo germ-free and looking brand new.
The COVID19 virus can last up to 5 days on surfaces if we are not careful and proactive:
Real Estate Trivia for All Family Members to Enjoy!
Try these trivia questions and see how many you know!
1. Which Restaurant could actually be considered one of the best Real Estate Portfolios in the world?
2. Which Canadian Company owns the most Real Estate across our great country?
The Ontario government has released its rent increase guideline for next year, setting 2.2 per cent as the maximum percentage a landlord can increase most tenants’ rent without approval from the Landlord and Tenant Board — the highest increase since 2013.