Chris  Chan

Chris Chan

Sales Representative

TRUSTWELL REALTY INC. Brokerage

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Every Little Things Counts!

As a Toronto realtor or Real Estate Agent in the GTA, I know that home improvement projects can add value to a property. However, not everyone has the budget for large-scale renovations. Fortunately, there are plenty of small home improvement ideas that can make a big impact without breaking the bank.

What is interest rate hikes? What does that have to do with the real estate market?

In recent years, the Bank of Canada has been faced with the challenge of balancing the need to keep inflation in check while also promoting economic growth. One of the key tools that the Bank has at its disposal is the interest rate. When the Bank raises interest rates, it makes borrowing more expensive and can help to cool down an overheating economy. On the other hand, if the Bank lowers interest rates, it can stimulate spending and encourage growth.

Spring Home Maintenance Tips for Homeowners in the GTA

Congratulations on buying your new home in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA)! As a GTA realtor, I know firsthand the excitement and stress that come with searching for a property in areas like Markham, Richmond Hill, and North York. Now that you've settled into your new home, it's time to prepare for the upcoming season by performing some essential spring home maintenance tasks.

Here are some key areas to focus on when it comes to spring home maintenance:

Are you buying? selling? or renting?

Real estate is a complex and ever-changing industry, with a wide range of options available for buyers, sellers, and renters alike. Whether you're looking to buy your first home, sell a property, or find the perfect rental, understanding the real estate market is essential to making informed decisions.

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