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LEASED – Updated Home on Almost 10 Acres of Wooded Land in Essa

by Vlad Kapitantchouk (VeeKay)
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LEASED - Three words to best describe this property: Private, Spacious, Luxurious. The property sits on 9.4 acres, surrounded by trees and trails.

LEASED – Beautiful Higher-End Unit in Orillia, “Semi-Detached” Style

by Vlad Kapitantchouk (VeeKay)
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Ground unit, no neighbors above or below you, large lot with mature trees. Lovely 1 bedroom unit in a duplex. THIS ONE IS LEASED!

Landlords: Avoid Water-Damaged Flooring!

by Vlad Kapitantchouk (VeeKay)
Quick little tip for landlords, so you don’t have to replace laminate flooring after just a few winters or rainy seasons. Use vinyl flooring in foyers, kitchens, etc – it looks nice, is cheap, durable, and often waterproof! Finish it off with some trim around that part to section it off. See the video for the before and after.

LEASED – Brand New Detached Home in Wasaga Beach

by Vlad Kapitantchouk (VeeKay)
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This brand new 3 bedroom detached in up and coming Wasaga Beach is located in a high-end family-friendly area. - THIS ONE IS GONE!

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the Real Estate Market in Barrie and Simcoe County

by Vlad Kapitantchouk (VeeKay)
While our top priority during this coronavirus epidemic is the well-being of our family and friends, many of us can’t help but wonder – what’s going to happen to the real estate market in Canada?   Keep in Mind Obviously none of us have a crystal ball at the beginning stages of this situation, so the best we can do is watch how the various factors that influence the real estate market will change. Real estate is not as liquid as other things such as stocks or what seems to be becoming the newest form of currency in North America […]

Selling a Home With a Tenant Living There in Barrie and Simcoe County?

by Vlad Kapitantchouk (VeeKay)
NOTE: We are not qualified mortgage lenders or providing any legal advice in any of our articles (including this one) – this is purely based on our experiences in Ontario. Does the Tenant Increase Value? Short answer: it depends. If you got maximum rent possible in your market, the tenants are great/cooperative and always paying on time, it might even make sense to leave them in (if, say, your home is a duplex, and the potential buyer can move into the other unit). Evict the Tenant! This is common first course of action. First off, an important note that many […]
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