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Victoria Day

          It’s Queen Victoria’s Birthday on Monday which means no school for the little ones and no work for most of us. The Region of Waterloo has several things going on which the entire family can participate in to celebrate! If you’re hoping to see some ...

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Value Principles

The valuation of a home is the estimated worth, or price of the home. Valuation involves the actual act of estimating the worth of real property. When valuing a property, many value principles (both objective and subjective) come into play. These principles are often used as guidance in the determination ...

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Prevent Flooding

This past winter we have had many heavy snowfalls (and even a lot of ice). With spring just around the corner, and warmer weather moving in we can expect to see a lot of the snow and ice melt away. The more snow you have the more at risk your ...

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Understanding The Difference Between Market Price and Market Value

            When it comes to buying and/or selling a home it’s important to differentiate between market price and market value, understanding that the two are not synonymous. Market Price is the actual price paid for a specific property. Market Value is an estimate of value arising from ...

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Kitchener Waterloo Realtors donate $19,146 locally!

Supporting our community and local charities helps make communities stronger. There are so many great organizations in Waterloo Region that help to provide important services to the community. Giving back is so important to us – and we do it year-round!   One of the ways that our group gives ...

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What to do around Waterloo Region in December

There is so much to do in Waterloo Region in the month of December! Here is a snapshot of just a few of the events coming up! Santa Claus Parade Elmira will be hosting their Santa Claus Parade on December 1. Click here for more information. Baden will also be ...

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To replace your windows or not?

One of the most prominent features of any home is the windows. If they are well maintained, they will have a positive impact on the impression potential buyers have of your property. Of course, the opposite occurs -when your windows look old and worn. So, does that mean you should ...

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Easter weekend in Waterloo Region

With Easter being the first holiday of Spring, everyone is always excited to celebrate it. The Region of Waterloo does not disappoint on delivering fun things to keep us busy! Here are some of our favourites in each city:   Cambridge Farmers Market has everything you need this Saturday to ...

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Neighbourhood Feature – Kiwanis Park

Kiwanis Park is a unique neighbourhood located in Northeast Kitchener on the border of Waterloo. Known for its beautiful homes, trails, and parks. It is the perfect place to raise a family. This neighbourhood is also home to the City of Kitchener’s Kiwanis Park Pool. After being closed in 2017 ...

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What to do over March Break in Waterloo Region

There is SO much to do in the Region of Waterloo during March break! Interested in staying inside and attending a free event? Check out these options: The City of Waterloo Museum’s exhibit “Canadian Comic Creators” Monday-Friday 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. with cartoonist Scott Chantler popping in on Friday ...

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