If your home was built in the 60’s or 70’s, there’s a good chance your home may have aluminum wiring. Although aluminum wiring itself is not the problem, the connectors used must be compatible. This is where the Elec Check comes into play. Sheila explains what Elec check is and why buyers and sellers should have one conducted.
The market statistics for February 2020 are in! Although the number of active listings is down from this time last year, the number of sales as well as sale price has increased for both Orangeville and Dufferin.
More recently homeowners are moving toward leasing mechanical equipment, such as furnaces and air conditioning systems. Mike explains the challenges homeowners run into with leasing equipment when it comes time to sell your home.
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Please take the time to browse through our web site and have a look at the many different homes for sale on MLS® in Orangeville and Dufferin County and feel free to contact us to get you On The Move.
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If you are thinking of buying a new house in Orangeville, you probably been thinking a lot about your credit score and how it can affect you in getting a mortgage.
Sellers can often underestimate the impact of curb appeal when they are preparing their Shelburne home for the MLS real estate market.
Purchasing a home can be an exciting task, but one must consider a number of factors in order to result in the best fit for lifestyle and goals. Location and property renovations can top the list.
Financing is one of the more difficult and complicated parts of buying a home and this video helps you get started on how financing your new Orangeville home works.
Buying a new home in Orangeville can be complex. Often one of the most stressful parts of buying a home is making an offer on a home you are interested in.
Home buying has always been complicated and too many homeowners are shocked to find out they will be paying more than they thought for a new home in Orangeville.
When buying an older historical home with Knob and Tube Wiring in Orangeville or Dufferin County can prove difficult to insure. The Co-Operators own Roy Chopp discusses these issues.
Did you know that your Orangeville homes heating source can affect whether or not you are eligible for insurance? What do you know about Oil Furnaces?
Fireplaces and wood-burning stoves are alternative heat sources that pose a fire hazard that can make getting insurance on an Orangeville home more difficult.
Your credit score is very important when it comes to securing a mortgage and buying that Orangeville home of your dreams.
It is every homeowners worst nightmare to have purchased his or her dream home and have it burn down, vandalized or become water damaged and find out you cannot claim insurance.
Many homes that have previously been grow ops or drug houses can still become a great home. However, insuring one can be a bit of a hassle.