Are you looking forward to longer days, more sunshine, and a little more optimism? I know I am. When we are in the middle of the shnoot it can be hard to understand the purpose of struggles and challenges. What a ride this winter has been so far…there are more than a few thinking it
2022, february 07
I blinked and oops, it’s November!
2021, october 31
It has been a busy few months. Real estate kept us hopping, and between many lovely people asking for our help to sell their homes and a bevy of equally wonderful and motivated new buyers, the last few months have been filled with laughter, a bit of nostalgia, determination, some exhaustion and a lot of
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…”
2021, august 19
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” This famous Charles Dickens quote was in my head today as I reflected back on a gruelling 3 weeks of training that I recently completed in California. Train the Trainer is the toughest course offered by Empowerment Partnership, and I am thrilled to say I stared
And Just When you Thought it Was One Thing, It Turns Out To Be Something Else!
2021, july 12
I thought I was ready…and yet when push came to shove and a buyer showed up with a price I really liked, I couldn’t do it. I could not bring myself to sell my home. What the heck!? After all those albatross references I made in my last blog? Yup. Couldn’t do it. What I
On Letting Go, Empathy, and Patience
2021, may 18
I recently decided it was time to move on in my life… and that meant letting go of the home where I celebrated my wedding, raised my children and mothered their friends. It meant letting go of the four walls that had been the second home for a community of young people and the backyard
2018, december 20
A Good Day to All! As December advances and people bundle up and look towards holidays with family, our thoughts turn to reaching out and reconnecting. The cold dark days of December are perfect for catching up on our hellos and our thoughts of gratitude and good will. What a better time to send
2018, november 15
Winter is coming. Soon, it will be snowing. Montreal is getting colder each day. We live in a society of great wealth but there are many people in Montreal that struggle. They are cold, hungry, living in substandard apartments and sometimes on the streets. They might be young or old, parents or singles, sometimes they
Together we can make a difference
2017, november 14
We live in a society of great wealth but there are many people in Montreal that struggle . They are cold, hungry, living in substandard apartments and sometimes on the streets. They might be young or old, parents or singles, sometimes they are addicted and sometimes they are down on their luck or mentally ill.
Discipline: The key to successfully leveraging equity
2016, march 17
There was a quick little article on the GMREB website last week that pointed out a few benefits of remortgaging your home. Certainly, with today’s low mortgage interest rates, it makes absolutely no sense to carry a balance on a credit card at 19% if you have equity on your home you can tap into.
Montreal Millennials Savvier About Real Estate?
2016, march 07
Quebec has always been the province with the highest tenancy rate in Canada and rising home prices and strict rules on rent increases have maintained tenancy as an attractive option. But since the 1970s, Quebec has also seen Canada`s highest rate of increase in home ownership. There was a lot of attitudinal catching-up to do