Ready to list your home? Let’s make it shine for potential buyers! First Impressions Count: Aim for a clean, decluttered space that lets buyers easily picture themselves living there. Keep it neutral and welcoming.

We have 10 Top Tips, here’s 7 of them:

  1. Give Your Home a Deep Clean: Odors and Stains Be Gone: A clean home is inviting. Consider professional cleaners for tough jobs like carpet stains to ensure everything is spotless.

  2. Hire a Handyman: Small Fixes Make a Big Difference: Address those little annoyances—leaky faucets, squeaky doors, and the like. A quick walk-through to note what needs fixing can make your home more appealing.

  3. Get Estimates for Any Major Repairs: Be ready and know about any big repairs needed…

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Happy St Patrick's Day! It's the time of the year where pink turns green!  

DID YOU KNOW? The Rocca Sisters have a very special link to the Irish culture? Our mother was Irish! Her family proudly comes from Cork, Ireland. One of our favourite Irish traditions brought to us from our mom and our Irish family was making "ballymaloe" or "stobhach gaelach"  which is a traditional Irish Stew containing chunks of lamb or mutton, potatoes, onions and parsley!

St Patrick's Day is also known as the Feast of Saint Patrick, which is a cultural and religious celebration held in March to commemorate Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. It also celebrates the heritage and culture of the Irish in general. Celebrations generally involve…

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Why Getting Pre-Approved for a Mortgage is Your First Step to Buying a Home

Thinking of buying a home? The best way to start the home buying process is with getting pre-approved for a mortgage. This key step not only clarifies how much you can borrow but also defines your price range, making your house-hunting process smoother and more efficient. 

Join us at our FREE Mortgage Pre-Approval Party on Saturday March 23! But why should you?

1. Realistic Budgeting: Unlike online calculators that offer rough estimates based on income, a pre-approval dives deep into your finances, considering all your debts, from credit cards to car payments. This thorough check helps you understand what you can truly afford.

2. Saves Time and Effort: Pre-approval…

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International Women’s Day is today, March 8th, and is focused on inspiring women around the world and celebrating their achievements.

International Women’s Day has been celebrated for over 100 years, and each year a theme is chosen. This year, the international theme chosen by the United Nations is ‘Investing in women: Accelerate progress', the ILO puts a spotlight on the essential and inseparable roles of decent work and gender equality. 

International Women’s Day is a global celebration of women’s political, social, and economic accomplishments. It’s an opportunity to take stock of the steps taken in the direction of gender equality and to urge more action to tackle the issues still facing the movement. Women from diverse backgrounds are…

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We compile Monthly Market Stats for Burlington, Oakville Hamilton, Greater Hamilton and Burlington Condos. See the latest February update HERE!

If you have any questions about the market or any stats for your area - you can always contact us for more information. We are always here to help get you information about your neighbourhood and what your specific market looks like! 

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The Bank of Canada has decided to keep its key interest rate steady at 5% and will keep reducing its holdings of government bonds, a process known as quantitative tightening.

Here's a quick rundown of the current economic situation:

  • Global economic growth has slowed down a bit recently. In the U.S., the economy is still growing steadily, thanks to strong spending and exports. In Europe, growth was pretty much flat at the end of the year, showing no change after a previous dip. Inflation is starting to decrease in both the U.S. and Europe. Financial markets have seen some positive movements, with stock prices going up and the cost for companies to borrow money going down slightly. Oil prices are a…

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