We are fortunate to have so many wonderful small businesses in Orangeville, unique to us, mom and pop shops. Shops like Moguls in Mocean, Pear Home, Blumen On Broadway, Healing Moon, Route 145 along with many others are just to name a few. Many of them are in the downtown core and can be enjoyed on an afternoon stroll down Broadway. However, there are some local hidden gems that are tucked away throughout Orangeville. There’s a little gem located across town in a commercial plaza at Unit 5, 450 Richardson Road, Bridlewood Soaps.
Many people love the idea of rural living. Peace and quiet, more space to roam and privacy are just to name a few reasons people move to the country. However one thing that many people may not consider is internet. Sheila’s article talks about some of the different options available when it comes to high speed internet.
Sometimes our utility bills get a little higher than usual. Especially now with many working from home, lights are on longer and water usage has increased. Brenda provides some tips of things that we can do to help cut back on the hydro bill.
The market statistics for January 2021 are here!! Orangeville and Dufferin saw a decrease in the number of active listings and an increase in price. However Orangeville saw an increase in the number of sales where Dufferin saw a decrease in the number of sales.
From selling and buying homes to coordinating stagers and photographers, most buyers and sellers don’t realize how many hats an agent has to wear. Cheryl explains how choosing the Mullin Group, you aren’t only getting an agent you are getting an entire team.
Now more than ever we need to take care of ourselves. Self-care is not selfish but mandatory. People’s well-being and mental health are being challenged every day especially as we navigate through this Covid pandemic.