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Toys for Tots wanted!
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The 2013 holiday season is upon us and the Peel Regional Police "Toys for Tots" campaign is starting up for the twenty-first season. The Toys for Tots program is a charitable endeavor which provides gifts for children in need during the festive season.
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Typhoon Haiyan Relief: Philippines
BREB via Canadian Red Cross
The devastating typhoon has affected more than 11 million people, and has left thousands dead, with a death toll that is steadily rising. In response to the overwhelming need and the ongoing work of rehabilitation, Tessie Lagtapon, a member of the Brampton Real Estate Board, Ontario, Canada, on behalf of the Filipinos in the Visayan Islands of Leyte, Cebu and Panay who were devastated in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, is enjoining everyone to donate to The Canadian Red Cross Society to assist them in the heavy and arduous task of re-building their lives.
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Enhance your knowledge and skills! Earn 6 CE credits: Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013
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The Internet is fast becoming the tool potential clients use to find a new home and research information when selling their existing property or even search for the perfect real estate professional. This new breed of "tech-savvy" customer EXPECTS you to be just as knowledgeable about modern marketing techniques and the Internet as they are. So are you INTERNET SAVVY? As a Real Estate Professional, you need to stay one step ahead of your clients — and your competition.
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Multi-residential: The ins and outs
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OREA Standard Forms: 2013 WEBForms® Digital Signature Forms Restriction List
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Please click READ MORE to view a list of forms that cannot be signed electronically according to OREA.
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A chat with CREA president Laura Leyser
Real Estate Magazine
CREA president Laura Leyser comes from a third-generation family of dairy farmers. She lives with her husband and children on a farm near Stratford, ON. A sales rep with Re/Max a-b Realty, she has been a REALTOR® for more than 24 years and was previously president of the Ontario Real Estate Association and the Huron Perth Real Estate Board.
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Want the kids to inherit the house? Avoid these common tax mistakes
The Globe and Mail
Many parents want to leave as much cash and property as they can to their children. However, there are tax, probate and inheritance traps that can cause missteps. The most common mistakes, which are often accidental and stem from a lack of knowledge, result in inheritance conflicts, the payment of additional income taxes and most importantly, prevent parents from achieving their goal of maximizing their family's wealth.
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Are you better off renting?
The Loop
It's become the hot topic du jour — should you rent or should you buy a home? It's a good question, especially in the current economy, but with no clear answer. Real estate market analysts suggest that it's not a good time to buy a house in this market and many consumers would agree.
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Peel Region joins campaign to fix Canada's housing crisis
Brampton Guardian
Peel Region council is throwing its weight behind a new campaign aimed at fixing Canada's housing crunch. At a recent council meeting, politicians passed a resolution supporting the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and its call for a national long-term housing strategy. By passing the resolution, councillors said they hope to spread the message that the high-cost of housing is the most urgent financial issue facing Canadians.
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Ontario new-home buyers hurt by fees
Toronto Star
The rising price of a new home makes it increasingly harder for buyers to afford while also having a ripple effect on Ontario's economy. When consumer confidence is shaken, it causes sales to fall due to uncertainty in the real estate market. Money that could help our economy grow and create jobs isn't moving.
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New or resale. Which home is the better deal?
The Globe and Mail
A similar discussion of new versus resale has become a fiercely debated topic these days in large urban centres throughout Canada, with a focus on the condominium market. The same arguments and concerns apply to the single-dwelling housing segment as well. On my side of fence are those who much prefer a new home that can provide a turnkey experience — in theory. There is no need to invest an additional, and often unknown, amount of time and money to renovate and improve a home.

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Carbon monoxide detectors: What you need to know
Canadian Residential Inspection Services
Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas. Low exposure can cause health problems and high levels of exposure can be fatal. Detectors are recommended if your home has gas, oil or wood burning appliances, or if your home has an attached garage. Unborn and young children are the most susceptible, also seniors and those with a history of heart problems.

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BREB reaches another honourable membership milestone: Announcing the 1,000th BREB member!
BREB
BREB is pleased to announce that as of Tuesday Nov. 5th, 2013, we have reached another honourable membership milestone by welcoming our 1,000th BREB Member REALTOR® aboard. We would like to introduce Sanjay Sachdeva of Royal LePage Credit Valley who is our 1,000th BREB Member REALTOR®!

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Toronto's Bayview Village sold for $500 million in biggest property sale this year
Financial Post
It's a relatively small upscale mall in Toronto's north end but the $500 million price being paid for Bayview Village is sending a strong message about the property market in Canada. Real estate prices in the right markets are still strong.
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Internet marketing: Don't waste your time on the Internet
By Jeffrey Dobkin
Small business advice: you don't need a "great" website. What Internet marketing expert told you that you did? Is the Web a viable way to earn a living? Sure, if you have the time, the money and the talent. And the staff. Then, add more time, money and staff because everything changes rapidly. Every time Google draws a line, you'll need to jump — and don't worry, they'll tell you how high. Here's what you're doing wrong and what to do about it.
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