House Cleaning tips

Here are few tips that can be used to keep the house clean.

Clean a Mirror: You don’t have to buy glass cleaners and paper towels to clean your mirrors.  Just some vinegar and an old newspaper is all you need to keep your mirrors shining as n

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Investment Tips

Take Control of Your Own Financial Future
Know Where Your Money Goes
Get a Grip on Taxes
Guard Your Health
Guard Your Wealth

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Mortgage Tips

You can make a small down payment — or none at all
Lenders say they often dispel the mistaken idea that homebuyers have to make down payments of at least 20 percent. In fact, some loan programs allow qualified people to buy homes with no down payme

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Ontario regulator charges three Realtor in Condominium presale probe

The organization that regulates real estate agents in Ontario has laid charges against three realtors for allegedly accepting money from prospective home buyers in exchange for preferential access to preconstruction condo units. The Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) launched investigations after receiving five complaints about condo presale practices in recent months and has notified […]

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Why investors should Think about a ‘do nothing’ strategy, a REIT to watch, and bond ETFs for diversification

The vast majority of asset classes — government bonds, corporate bonds, developed world stocks — are at exceptionally expensive levels relative to background, indicating low prospective returns. At exactly the exact same time, we are also aware that trying to select market peaks in any extensive sector is a fool’s game that nobody has been […]

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BC NDP’s promised Tenants’ Lien absent from first Funding

The B.C. government announced $208-million for 1,700 affordable rental housing units throughout the province and extra money for 2,000 units for homeless individuals in its first budget tabled on Tuesday, but among the NDP’s marquee promises to make life more affordable for ordinary people was missing. The government had promised to enact a $400 annual […]

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Seven stocks to watch Throughout the iPhone launch

When Apple Inc unveils new iPhones on Tuesday at its Apple Park “spaceship” campus, there may be important clues for the watchers of seven semiconductor stocks. Apple exerts a sun-like gravitational pull on the global electronics supply chain, affecting the pricing of commodities like flash memory chips – it consumes 18 percent of global supply. […]

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B.C. rules banning real-estate ‘double-ending’ could hurt buyers, realtors State

New draft rules prohibiting so-called double-ending by property agents are being fulfilled with chagrin from realtors, who say they knew the change was coming but it could have some drawbacks for some home buyers. The B.C. Office of the Superintendent has issued the draft rules barring agents from representing both the buyer and seller in […]

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Montreal posts record August home sales as Costs rise

Montreal’s hot real estate market continued to sizzle last month with record August sales and rising costs. The Greater Montreal Real Estate Board says booming condominium sales drove an eight percent growth in residential sales across the Montreal area. There were 2,899 sales, with condominium transactions surging 19 percent. Single-family houses that account for over […]

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‘Sanity’ returns to Toronto’s housing market

Andrew Williamson spent two years searching for a home in Toronto, making offers that got topped in bidding wars and viewing costs soar beyond his reach. By late spring this year, the 29-year-old photographer stopped his search, turned off by high costs and the whip-saw volatility which was unfolding on the marketplace. This week, however, […]

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The Globe’s Dogs and Stars for the week

TRIVAGO (DOG) That scruffy man in the Trivago advertising? He is likely not dancing now. Shares of this hotel-booking site took an express elevator to the ground floor following the German-based firm cut its estimate for 2017 earnings growth to 40 percent from previous guidance of 50 percent, citing milder ad spending by hotels and […]

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Montreal posts record August home sales as Costs rise

Montreal’s hot real estate market continued to sizzle last month with record August sales and rising costs. The Greater Montreal Real Estate Board says booming condominium sales drove an eight percent growth in residential sales across the Montreal area. There were 2,899 sales, with condominium transactions surging 19 percent. Single-family houses that account for over […]

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Disney’s profit warning drags down U.S. media stocks

Walt Disney Co Chief Executive Bob Iger said on Thursday that the business’s earnings per share for this year will likely be consistent with a year ago, dragging down shares of media stocks. Iger also said Disney’s streaming service would only feature movies from blockbuster franchise “Star Wars” and Marvel movies such as “Avengers” and […]

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