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BREB Golf Tournament Feeds Hungry Students
We invite you to join us for BREB's 2013 Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Georgetown on Thursday, Aug. 22nd, 2013. The day will begin with registration at 11:00 a.m., a bbq lunch on the patio from 11:15 a.m. and a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. Be sure to enjoy a mini relaxation treatment courtesy of Marlene George before your golf game. NEW THIS YEAR: We are pleased to welcome Ben Witter, PGA Professional and World golf trick shot champion to our event. Ben will be entertaining the crowd from 11:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. with his Trick Shot Show; you don't want to miss this! You will also have an opportunity to WIN $10,000 or even $1,000,000 at the hole in one contests sponsored by ACISS Home & Commercial Inspection Consultants. Putt to WIN a Texas Mickey at the Putting Contest sponsored by Marco Ramos from Lighthouse Inspections... AND MUCH MORE!!!
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$99 IDX websites now available to 106,000 Canadian Realtors
More than 100,000 Canadian Realtors can now sign up for $99 Internet Data Exchange-integrated websites from Toronto-based real estate startup WebsiteBox. WebsiteBox has signed a data access agreement with the Canadian Real Estate Association, the company announced. The National Association of Realtors' equivalent in the north, CREA provides its members with a national IDX feed that can include listings from CREA's 96 local real estate boards at the discretion of individual brokerage owners.
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Canadian Tire to build huge warehouse in Caledon under ministerial zoning order
Toronto Star
Caledon residents fighting to stop a massive Canadian Tire distribution centre on 73 hectares were shocked after the province stepped in and issued a rare order allowing construction to begin immediately. "The Liberal government hasn't learned from the gas plant scandal," said Sandra Clarke-Forester, one of more than 1,000 residents who signed a petition against the distribution centre, which will bring jobs but also substantially increase truck traffic on Highway 50.
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Ontario economic snapshot
Troy Media
Economic growth in Ontario remained very slow in the first quarter of 2013, according to the latest estimates from the Ontario Ministry of Finance. Gross domestic product in real terms increased 0.2 per cent from the fourth quarter (0.8 per cent annualized) following two consecutive quarters of similarly slow growth. The province has been in a growth recession since mid-2012.
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Toronto breaks new real estate record
Toronto real estate prices shattered new sales records as real estate investors spent a record breaking $4.9 billion in commercial investment property in Toronto this quarter. Toronto real estate investors invested in high rise towers, industrial complexes and shopping malls. The previous record of $3.9 billion which was set in the last quarter of 2006 was surpassed this quarter by over $1 billion, setting a new record for Toronto real estate.
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Toronto condo sales dip 6 per cent in quarter, new listings fall 4 per cent
The Globe and Mail
Toronto's condo market continues to soften, though area realtors stress that prices are still holding up. Sales of condominiums in the Toronto area fell by about six per cent in the second quarter of the year, compared to a year earlier, to 5,984 units. That's better than the first quarter of the year, when condo sales declined by 17 per cent.
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Making First Impressions Count

Our newly designed reflective posts have been unleashed into your neighborhood, keep a eye out for them.
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Should seller disclose the flaws?
Brampton Guardian
You put your home up for sale. A buyer puts in an offer, which you accept, conditional upon a satisfactory home inspection. The report reveals problems that cause the buyer to back out of the deal. You put your home up for sale again, knowing these defects still exist. Should you disclose them to the next buyer? Here's why you should.
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Ontario wants mandatory qualifications for condo managers
Global News
Ontario's consumer services minister says the growth of condominiums in the province means changes are needed, including qualifications for condo managers. Tracy MacCharles says while the condo industry has boomed in recent years, managers currently aren't required to have any training, despite handling massive operating budgets worth millions of dollars.
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Affordability draws homebuyers to 416 neighbourhoods outside the Toronto core in 2013
Canada Newswire
Affordability remained the strongest driver of residential housing in the Toronto market in the first half of 2013, with single-detached homes in neighbourhoods east and west of the central core posting the best overall performances, according to RE/MAX Ontario-Atlantic Canada.

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Greater Toronto real estate market: Intensification drives prices
Toronto Star
Real estate markets respond to the policies put in place by government. And the GTA new home market in recent years has been all about intensification in action. Consumers can only buy what they can afford, and what builders can sell. In turn, builders can only sell what consumers want (and can afford) and what the government allows them to build.

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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.

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Quality content is essential to Facebook success for small business
Vancouver 24 hrs
In the third and final installment of our Facebook for Small Business series, we find that Brooke Oberwetter, Associate Manager of Policy Communications at Facebook, really gets to the heart of how to run a successful Facebook page — quality content.
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