Royal LePage Peifer Realty Market Share for Chatham-Kent MLS June 2015
Royal LePage Peifer Realty Chatham-Kent Market Share for June 2015
You have decided that the time is right for you to buy a new home or sell your existing home. Where do you start? You want a company that knows what they are doing and have a track record for getting the job done. Royal LePage Peifer Realty Inc. Brokerage is the Company to represent you. Figures do not lie! I, Wayne Liddy am the agent to help you make certain your transaction is a good one for you and as free of stress as possible. Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest transaction of your life and you want someone who knows his property values, knows the area and can advise you along the way. I have been in Chatham-Kent my entire life and I know this area. I grew up here and have been in the Real Estate Industry since 1986. Call me today at 519-436-4810 for all your Real Estate needs and visit my website for Chatham-Kent Events, Happening and Choice Properties for sale in this great area.
Chatham-Kent is the affordable lifestyle community. If you enjoy good music and are looking for some great weekly entertainment, Chatham has it covered. There are two weeklyevents with free admission, featuring some of our very talented local artists.. My wife and I recently attended a presentation of 'Night of a Thousand Stars' at the Capitol Theatre presented by Opposite Town Productions.The music wasfrom well known Broadway playsand believe me the music was extraordinary. It was an evening that certainly rivalled any high priced Theatre Ticket events in any large Metropolis. We are very fortunate to has such talent right here in our own community of Chatham-Kent. Let's come out to some of these summer evening concerts and support them. You will have a fantastic evening and enjoy some great music, I assure you!
Chatham Concert band Series for 2015:
This weekly free concert takes place in Tecumseh Park every Wednesday evening from 7:30- 9P.M. from June 24 until September 2. Admission is free. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the sounds of the Chatham Concert Band under the direction of Bandmaster Vaughn Pugh. This is their 88th season. The Band was organized in 1927 and celebrated 75 years in 2002. In addition to the summer concerts they can be heard in several other venues throughout the year. Visit their website for more details
Songcircle Songwriters Series:
If you need a pick-me-up Friday night after work, this newseries at the Chatham Capitol Theatre is just the place for you. The Songcircle Songwriter series with Julie Ross will be held in the Unigasco Lounge at the St. Clair Capitol Theatre in Historic Downtown Chatham each Friday evening from 5-7:30 P.M. from June 26 to August 28. Enjoy great live local entertainment in the outdoor patio, soak up the last rays of the beautiful summer sunshine and enjoy a beverage and a light snack. Admission is free.
Songcircle is organized by Julie Ross who is a talented artist with two studio albums to her credit as well as several other musical accomplishments. She hosts a weekly open mic at Frenz Tapas & Lounge every Tuesday in Downtown Chatham as well as hosting Songcircle at her own studio 'Fit As A Fiddle'
Hope to see you at some of theses great evenings. After theconcertwander down our Historic Downtown King St. to one of the many restaurants, pubs or coffee shops. Make it an evening to remember. Visit my website for Chatham-Kent events, Happening and choice real estate for sale. Call me Wayne Liddy 519-436-4810 Royal Leage Peifer Realty Inc. Brokerage for all your |Real Estate needs.
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If the time has come for You to "Find Your Dream Home", then I would love to help. New properties are listed every day. By filling out the form, I can have new Listings emailed to You as soon as they become available.
The Equity in your home is like any other investment - it needs to be monitored. Homeowners should have their Equity evaluated once a year.Now might be the perfect time...
Thinking of listing your home but are unsure of what to do first? Should I paint or redecorate? Should I concentrate on the inside or the outside? Is curb appeal more important than interior decorating? Call an expert and do the right things first!
Are you a buyer or seller in today's Real Estate market? Are you confused? Who do you chose to represent you in what very well may be the largest purchase of your lifetime. You need a Professional. Someone who knows what he is doing and can make the transaction a pleasant experience. Don't get caught with mud on your face. There are plenty of do -it -yourself companies out there, covering everything from home renovation projects to selling your home. I was always taught to do what I knew best and leave the Professional to the rest. This is especially true in buying or selling a home. There are many details that Real Estate Professional know and
Is staging your home a good idea when preparing to list or sell? It is a very necessary step to insure you receive the most return from your investment. For many people their home is the biggest investment of their lives. We are emotionally attached particularly if we have raiseda family there or enjoyed many happy occasions. First, you must become emotionally un-attached, prepare mentally to move on and trust your Real Estate Agent to do what he does best. He will find the right buyer at the best price for your home. Your job is to carefully select that agent and then follow a few basic steps. Prepare to show your home at it's best.
I am Wayne Liddy, Royal LePage Peifer Chatham-Kent Realty Inc. and I works with a team of Trusted Professionals in Chatham-Kent. My background of 35 years + experience in Furniture sales and Interior Design will give you a distict advantage that very few other agent can offer. The Stager on his team will help you
Are you tired of the overall look of your home? Is it time for some updates. Traditionally, in the winter we all spend more time indoors and it is just human nature to want a change.You may be updating your home to put it on the Market. Spring and Fall are good times to do that. All indications point to a brisk market in the Chatham-Kent area. Or, maybe now is not the right time for you personally to sell but you wantto have a new look. There are several changes you can make without spending a lot of money and they will
You love Chatham-Kent with its Affordable Lifestyle and all the activities for young and old alike. You enjoy the many events and attractions in the Chatham-Kent area. The children are involved in sports or you are a senior taking advantage of the many activities available at the Seniors Activity Centre. Should you move to something smaller or perhaps bigger? Should you stay where you are and remodel? To make the the best remodel or move decision, it is important to understand all the reasons that you have to remodel and all the reasons that you have to move. This article reviews common reasons to move. As you read each of these reasons, consider how much it applies to you and note how strongly you feel about each one.Call Me, Wayne Liddy 519-436-4810 Royal LePage Peifer Realty Inc. Brokerage and let me make your move an easy and enjoyable experience. Visit my website for Chatham-Kent Events, Happening and Choice properties for sale in this great area.
1. The size of your family has changed. Of the many reasons to move, the size of your current home is the most common. Many young couples have purchased a cozy two- or three-bedroom, 1,000-square foot home that suits their situation perfectly. The home has a master bedroom, a guest bedroom, and possibly a home office. A single living area with couches and an entertainment center provides the couple with ample space for the two of them and their visitors. As they start a family,
Many homebuyers particularly NEW home buyers fail to plan for yearly maintenace on their new home puchase. This is very important. Buyers work with their Real Estate Agent and their Mortgage Specialist, set their budget as far as monthly, weekly or bi-weekly mortgage payments but often have no idea what it costs to maintain their home in good condition.This is where a good agent will guide you to make an informed decision.
Aluminum wiring was used extensively in homes throughout North America between the mid 1960's until the late 1970's, primarily due to the high cost of copper wiring at the time. If buying a homebuilt during this time period, there is a good chance that it contains aluminum wiring.But is aluminum wiring safe? The short answer is, yes. It is still in use in many applications even today, though not in residential branch circuits.
Did you know:"... Aluminum wiring in residential installations will operate as safely as any other type of wiring if the proper materials are used and it is installed as per the manufacturer's instructions and the Ontario Hydro Electrical Safety Code.Home buyers and owners are finding that many insurance companies will not provide or renew insurance coverage on properties with aluminum wiring unless it is inspected by the Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) of Ontario, and repaired or replaced as necessary to make it safe. A copy of the inspection certificate will often need to be provided to the insurer before the property can be insured. In some cases, the insurer
Baby Boomers,those born between the years 1947 and 1964 are a force to be recon with. They constitute a third of the population of Canada.When the Boomer segment latch onto a MarketingIdea, a Product or a Housing Trend, the rest of us sit up and take notice! Currently however they are all over the map with regards to housing wants. Early and Late Boomers effect the Market in very different ways. The average age of first time Home Buyers today is about 35. This means that the Late-Born Boomers, those in their mid-to- late forties are now in their prime years to move up. This Trend raises the number of listings for starter homes, condominiums and smaller homes thus increasing the demand for higher end homes for the Late Born Boomers. At the other end of the spectrum, those Boomers 55 years and older may be thinking of DOWNSIZING and RETIREMENT Often they want smaller homes with less property to take care of and
Back in 2011 the Real Estate Industry began to recognize the rise in sales of recreational properties was in part due to the fact that Generation X are now in the market for Real Estate. This has not changed and that market will continue tosee a rise in sales.Generation X wants are different from those who have come before them. They do not mind working hard and putting their noses to the grindstone but they want time to relax, enjoy life and not put off the pleasures of a good lifestyle. Coupled with that is the fact