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BREB is relocating on June 24, 2013
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BREB is pleased to announce that we will be relocating to 60 Gillingham Drive, Unit 401 Brampton, ON L6X 0Z9 (The Sun-life Building). The move has been tentatively set for June 24, 2013.
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Message from the President, Denise Dilbey
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On May 21st, Zoocasa informed CREA that they would be launching a new website which will offer Real Estate services. As per the terms of the DDF third party agreement, which prohibits third parties from being involved in providing Real Estate services, Zoocasa is no longer eligible to participate in CREA's DDF as a third party. As a result, CREA's third party agreement with Zoocasa has been terminated, and Zoocasa has been removed from the DDF console as a third party destination.
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In Brampton, 3 generations, 1 house
The Globe and Mail
Four families, three generations in one house. To be more specific: two brothers, their mother, their wives and collective group of three children. They occupy the main floor and five bedrooms on the second floor of the house. Down in the basement is a cousin, his wife and their child. It's an extreme example, but this is becoming the norm in Brampton. Out here, one in 10 households is a multifamily one, according to Statistics Canada data released last fall.
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It all comes down to this: Mayor to learn her fate in 2 weeks
Caledon Enterprise
Mayor Hazel McCallion will find out in two weeks whether she'll be turfed from office or exonerated of conflict of interest charges. Those are among the possible outcomes as Superior Court Justice John Sproat will deliver his ruling in the case on June 14 at 10 a.m.
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7 reasons your house may not be selling
Toronto Star
Selling a home isn't as simple as planting a sign in the ground any more. It involves preparation, timing and strategic advice. If you don't do all of the above, do not be surprised when your home does not sell while others in the area are doing so. Here are some common mistakes.
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Municipalities call for clearer relationship with Ottawa
The Globe and Mail
The relationship between Ottawa and Canada's municipalities is a relic of the 1800s and must be replaced with a modern framework to govern infrastructure funding and other arrangements between them, a report by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities says. The federation, which is meeting in Vancouver for its annual conference, released a report titled The State of Cities and Communities, outlining why the status quo is hurting local governments and needs to change.
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5 renovations that could hurt your home's resale
Aol Real Estate
Unlike the homeowner of 25 years ago, today's typical buyers plan to live in their homes for just five to seven years. So it's more important than ever to consider resale when making home improvements. Even if you're a buyer, it's important to think like a seller, too, from the time you sign the purchase contract through any home improvement or renovation projects.
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As new home sales slow, jobs disappear
Toronto Star
As the banks reported their second quarter earnings last week one theme that emerged is that while things are good, growth at home is slowing. Mortgage lending, a huge profit engine over the last decade is leading the way.
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How to play the U.S. real estate revival
The Globe and Mail
With the U.S. housing market finally in full-on recovery mode, many investors are asking themselves whether it's too late to join the party. The bounce in U.S. real estate prices has been anticipated for so long, by so many, that the stock prices of home builders and related companies have been on a tear for more than a year. U.S. home prices recently registered their first annualized double-digit gain in more than six years, but investors who want to act on the bullish news face the risk that the sector is already overvalued.
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Help your garden beat the heat
Brampton Guardian
The Region of Peel is offering residents free tips on how to help their lawns and gardens stand up to the summer heat wave. On June 8, region staff will host workshops in Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon on fusion landscaping, which is a style of gardening that aims to achieve environment friendly landscape design.

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Housing a concern, but those fearing crash in for 'pleasant surprise'
The Globe and Mail
Canada's housing market remains a concern, but doomsayers fearing a crash are in for a "pleasant surprise," the Bank of Nova Scotia says in a new forecast. "We expect a GDP negative contraction in housing but not a collapse as interest rates are expected to remain low and immigration trends supportive," currency strategists Camilla Sutton and Eric Theoret said.

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How to get value out of your house without selling
Financial Post
Here's a way to get some value from your house without selling. Just be prepared to stay put and be ready for some headaches. Renovating can make your home bigger and more valuable but without any of the enormous transaction costs that can easily top 10 per cent.

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Realtor to be honoured with Susan A. Ryan Award
Mississauga.com
You may recall reading almost five years ago, that a group of realtors, Interim Place and Victim Services volunteers and friends in Mississauga and Brampton and across the country, lost a very dear friend and colleague to domestic violence. Susan A. Ryan was a dynamic and philanthropic contributor to the Mississauga community. Ryan was a Mississauga real estate broker for more than 25 years and a selfless contributor to vital social assistance agencies in the community including Victim Services of Peel, Peel Housing, and Interim Place Women's Shelter.
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Pressure mounts for Ontario to extend rent controls to all tenants
Toronto Star
The lively Facebook page, Tenants of the Standard Lofts, was meant to be a safe place where residents of the hulking apartment complex in Toronto's west-end could get to know their neighbours. In just 18 months, it's also become a forum where tenants can compare their rent increases.
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