Winnipeg

Know This Before Buying A Condo

Know This Before Buying A Condo

before you decide to buy a condo, ensure that you are familiar with the following concepts relevant to condos only...

Canadian Home Buyer’s Credit

Canadian Home Buyer’s Credit

The Home Buyers credit is 15% of $5,000, which amounts to $750. It is a non-refundable tax credit. A non-refundable tax credit reduces the amount of taxes payable and therefore could potentially result in a refund if taxes paid were more than the taxes payable...

New Year. New Market.

New Year. New Market.

New year, new you? Maybe. New year, new home? Whether you've been looking around and slowly getting your current home ready for market, or you are a first time buye...

It's Here. Are You Ready?

It's Here. Are You Ready?

Give your home a once-over and tend to winter preparation tasks and repairs before the year’s first frost.

Coal and Canary

Coal and Canary

Small batch. Hand poured. Local. Quality. Coal and Canary...

How Real Estate Commissions Work

How Real Estate Commissions Work

Maybe a taboo subject here. But it's important and sellers need to know it.

Winnipeg, a little effort, a big surprise.

Winnipeg, a little effort, a big surprise.

Creating a local brand. Maintaining a local brand. And, supporting other local brands. This has been on the docket for my week. What I’ve discovered has surprised even me, a life long resident and local real estate brand, and I am sure it will surprise you too. All you need is a little gusto and a good attitude.

Knob and Tube Wiring

Knob and Tube Wiring

I get asked so often about knob & tube wiring, so I thought we should shoot another quick video to try to explain it, and help you identify it.

What Happened To Winnipeg?

Unless you've been under a rock for the last couple years, you'll have noticed something changing. The inhabitants in this city of ours are asking for more. Well... not only asking, but making.

Prepare For The New Exchange District

Prepare For The New Exchange District

As little as 5 years ago any visitor lucky enough to find themselves in our city, and downtown, will have undoubtedly thought... “What the hell, there is nothing going on down here”. Unlike other metropolitan of similar size, it was a dead zone.