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BREB's Grand Opening & Holiday Open House
BREB
Friday, Nov. 29th, 2013
Between 11:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony @ 1 p.m.
60 Gillingham Drive, Suite 401, 4th Floor Brampton, ON

The Brampton Real Estate Board invites you to be our guest and join us as we celebrate our Grand Opening & Holiday Open House! Kindly RSVP by Nov. 20th, 2013, to 905-791-9913 or info@breb.org.
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NAR REALTORS® Conference & Expo Conference Live 2013
BREB via National Association of REALTORS®
The National Association of REALTORS® held their 2013 REALTORS® Conference and Expo on Nov. 8-11, 2013 in San Francisco, CA. Catch all the highlights at Conference Live! Click READ MORE to view several handy resources such as photos and handouts.
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Member discount programs
BREB
Did you know? As BREB Members and members of organized real estate you are provided with access to many discount offers through BREB, OREA, CREA and various service providers. Save on car rentals, gas purchases, sign post installations, mobile plans and much more.
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Toys for Tots wanted!
BREB
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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Studio 8: Real estate sign post installation discount program
BREB
Have you taken advantage of the new BREB discount program? Installers are out this week picking up signs for storage. Please contact Studio 8 to set up your registration and pick up time. Call today to take advantage of this incredible offer!
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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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Affluent empty nesters aren't downsizing their residential expectations
The Globe and Mail
They may be known as 'downsizers' but many of the homeowners who sell their large luxury homes in Toronto's most venerable neighbourhoods have no intention of scaling back their residential expectations.
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5 things to do if you are over-extended on your mortgage
Financial Post
Mortgage default may be rare in this country, but nearly nine per cent of indebted households need 40 per cent or more of their gross income to pay their debt service charges, says the Bank of Canada Financial System Review. If you can see problems coming, then you can take action to avoid foreclosure, which happens when lenders run out of other alternatives and borrowers can do no more to pay their debts.
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Opinion: Bill won't stop phantom offers
Real Estate Magazine
Ontario Minister of Consumer Services Tracy MacCharles recently introduced Bill 55 to amend the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002, in three basic areas. The proposed amendment will now allow commissions payable to a brokerage to be a percentage, a flat fee or a combination of both.
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Rob Ford rails against 'gravy train' tax hike
CBC News
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford spoke out against a looming property tax hike as officials started work on the city's 2014 budget. The budget committee is looking at raising residential property taxes by as much as 2.5 per cent, based on the recommendation of city staff, though Ford has said he wants to hold the hike at 1.75 per cent.
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The lowdown on low down payments
National Post
Hot markets and cold feet might keep some people out of the housing market, but a lack of upfront cash doesn't have to be an obstacle. While it's long been the convention in the industry to start with a 20 per cent down payment, the availability of mortgage default insurance means ownership is still possible with as little as five per cent down, as long as the buyer meets industry standards of income and creditworthiness.
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What the experts are predicting for Toronto's housing market in 2014
Toronto Life
With the end of the year in sight, real estate experts are scrutinizing sales data, demographic trends and interest rates to try and divine what 2014 might bring for the Toronto market. Here, a few of the trends they're expecting to surface.
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The growing appeal of downtown living
The Globe and Mail
Until a decade ago, the dream of home ownership was largely associated with a spacious house in the suburbs. But in less than a decade, the dream of many buyers has shifted to a condo in the heart of the city, a market evolution that has transformed Toronto's downtown into a bustling and desirable residential neighbourhood.

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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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Toys for Tots wanted!
BREB
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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Why quantitative easing should make Canadian mortgage borrowers nervous
Move Smartly
Most of us understand intuitively that you can't solve a debt crisis by creating more debt any more than you can cure alcoholism by drinking more alcohol. That's why the U.S. quantitative easing (QE) programs make so many of us nervous, even as QE continues to push stock prices higher and interest rates lower.
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Winter maintenance tips
Canadian Residential Inspection Services
Canadian winters mean that our heating systems are running full time. You should check your furnace air filters each month during the winter and either clean or replace them. Filters for your ventilation system, such as a heat recovery ventilator, should be checked every two months. It will mean better air quality for your family.
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Santa is shopping for real estate in GTA
Toronto Star
Santa is already looking for free real estate in Greater Toronto for next year. He needs 47 properties of around 2,000 square feet each, with heat, hydro and clean floor. They need to be well lit, at ground level, preferably with parking, and they must be accessible on evenings and weekends when no one can see the elves working.
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