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Publication: Brantford Homes 12-11-2014 - Page 1
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | E-editions | Community | 2014-12-15 06:22:13

AD{TS3477048} brantford expositor Including Brant County and Surrounding Area 1 HOMES Harry Bazoian Broker 515 Park Rd. N. (519)758-6801 ? BrantfordBroker.com Thursday, December 11, 2014 F id A il 27 2012 Special message on page 7 See story and photos on pages 8 and 9 Paris executive home with sparkling upgrades SPECTACULAR SETTING LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION ATTENTION SKIERS!!! GREAT OPPORTUNITY! $219,900. DRUMBO $539,900 Country Ranch at its Finest Michael DeAngelis Broker 519 754-6306 Cell HOMEFRONT REALTY BROKERAGE 519 756-8120 Bus. mike.de@rogers.com Solid Brick Bungalow with Large Yard MLS B53379 Shelly Gracey Broker 519 717-5478 Cell 519 750-0578 Bus. shelly@fourpercent.ca Steps to Blue Mountain Village & Ski Slopes Buy Now Before Peak Rental Season ~ $284,900 Mike Brown Sales Representative 519 732-4546 Cell 519 752-4116 Bus. ssociate Realty BRANTFORD INC. - BROKERAGE 4 Hart Street $169,500 MLS B53635 Bill Dikanidis Sales Representative Action Realty 519 761-8868 Cell Br ...

Publication: Brantford Homes 12-11-2014 - Page 2
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | E-editions | Community | 2014-12-15 06:22:13

AD{TS3577509} AD{TS3619018} AD{TS3619006} ? PAGE 2 Thursday, December 11, 2014 ? THE EXPOSITOR TRUST ACCOUNTABILITY INTEGRITY LOYALTY Working for you from start to finish! For me it?s got to be Don Lea Direct: 519-865-0154 Office: 519-753-7311 www.Donleaproperties.com OPEN HOUSES FROM 2-4 P.M. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED Realty Group (Brantford) Inc. Brokerage Action Realty Brokerage Independently Owned and Operated ssociate Realty BRANTFORD INC. - BROKERAGE Brokerage Professional Group Inc. Team Realty Inc. Brokerage INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED Hurley Real Estate BROKERAGE HOMEFRONT REALTY BROKERAGE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2014 STARTING AT $214,900 21 Diana Avenue, Unit 83. A. Diane Poulton Associate Realty Brantford Inc. 519-774- 0912 4-7 P.M. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2014 STARTING AT $214,900 21 Diana Avenue, Unit 83. A. Diane Poulton Associate Realty Brantford Inc. 519-774- 0912 1-5 P.M. $550,000 247 Hwy #5, St. George. Mike Johnston, Royal LePage Hurley Real Estate 519-771-9117 SUN ...

Publication: Brantford Homes 12-11-2014 - Page 3
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | E-editions | Community | 2014-12-15 06:22:13

AD{TS3619080} AD{TS3619090} AD{TS3581465} Thursday, December 11, 2014 ? THE EXPOSITOR ? PAGE 3 Cutting the costs of home ownership Owning a home is a dream for many people. But even the most affordable homes can be a considerable expense, which is why many homeowners are on constant lookout for ways to cut the costs of home ownership. Men and women who have owned their homes for years may already know of various ways they can save money each month. But first-time homeowners may not be so savvy, which can leave them scrambling for ways to save each month. Fortunately, homeowners can reduce the cost of owning their homes in a variety of ways. · Refinance your mortgage. The average homeowner would point to his or her mortgage payment as his or her biggest monthly expense. First-time homeowners may assume they have no leeway with regard to lowering that payment, but that?s not necessarily true. Interest rates fluctuate every day, and homeowners might be able to take advantage of that fluct ...

Publication: Brantford Homes 12-11-2014 - Page 4
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | E-editions | Community | 2014-12-15 06:22:13

AD{TS3621517} AD{TS3445494} ? PAGE 4 Thursday, December 11, 2014 ? THE EXPOSITOR How to handle food safely Consuming contaminated food or drink puts anyone at risk for a foodborne illness. Foodborne pathogens do not discriminate based on genetic background or family history of illness. Bacteria and other dangers in poorly handled food can cause a small outbreak or illness that affects thousands upon thousands of people. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as The Mayo Clinic estimate that 31 pathogens are largely responsible for the roughly 48 million cases of foodborne illnesses that occur each year in the United States. About 127,000 people are hospitalized annually for these conditions, and approximately 3,000 do not survive. Norovirus, salmonella, campylobacter, staphylococcus, and listeria are a handful of HOMEFRONT REALTY BROKERAGE **BROKER OF RECORD *BROKER ALL OTHER STAFF ARE SALES REPRESENTATIVES pathogens known to cause foodborne illnesses. While norovirus c ...

Publication: Brantford Homes 12-11-2014 - Page 5
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | E-editions | Community | 2014-12-15 06:22:13

AD{TS3620308} AD{TS3620304} Thursday, December 11, 2014 ? THE EXPOSITOR ? PAGE 5 Prevent fires at home this winter Winter is synonymous with many things, but few people would rank home fires atop their list of things that remind them of winter. However, according to the United States Fire Administration, more than $2 billion in property loss occurs in winter home fires each year, and more than 900 people per year lose their lives to winter home fires. Perhaps the most troubling thing about those statistics is that winter home fires are entirely preventable. By taking certain precautions, men, women and children can greatly reduce the risk of home fires. · Have the furnace inspected. Ideally, furnaces should be inspected and any problems addressed before the arrival of winter. But many homeowners forget this routine maintenance until that first cold day when it?s time to turn the heat back on. If you have not yet had your furnace inspected, schedule an inspection with a local HVAC profe ...

Publication: Brantford Homes 12-11-2014 - Page 6
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | E-editions | Community | 2014-12-15 06:22:13

AD{TS3545307} AD{TS3583845} AD{TS3555585} AD{TS3538448} AD{TS3622904} AD{TS3620727} ? PAGE 6 Thursday, December 11, 2014 ? THE EXPOSITOR Insightful market forecasts from realtors As the calendar marches toward the big turn marking the end of 2014 and the beginning of another new year, we asked local real estate companies to reflect on the past year and provide a message to their clients. We also asked them to outline what?s in store for the real estate market in 2015, and to indicate if there is anything in those forecasts that might prove to be a surprise. Their answers were insightful, and, for the most part, encouraging. ?I see good things on the horizon for 2015,? says Michael Hurley, a Broker of Royal LePage Hurley Real Estate. ?Bank of Canada recently went on record to say that they will keep interest rates at historic lows for most of 2015, which keeps our mortgage rates low for first time home buyers, people re-financing, or $ 50 OFF* 1st 519-756-8000 www.canada-storage.com bra ...

Publication: Brantford Homes 12-11-2014 - Page 7
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | E-editions | Community | 2014-12-15 06:22:13

AD{TS3577414} AD{TS3568823} Thursday, December 11, 2014 ? THE EXPOSITOR ? PAGE 7 H REALTORS ® Help Holiday Decorating for Home Buyers Have the edge, whether you?re With the holidays upon us, we all want our homes to be festive and yet still appeal to those potential home buyers without them being distracted by all the moving Use decorations up to highlight or trading multi-coloured lighting to down feature items in the home, like bring a more neutral glow to ome ownership has different extrasphases. that holiday After being decorating a first-time homeowner, most reach time brings where they with want it.toHere ?move-up? are to a a bigger few home, things or evento ?trade-down? consider towhen a smaller one. You represent a unique demographic decorating that influencesfor the the localholidays housing market, this year and therefore, if your the home economy. is up But, for assale: we?ve discussed in the last couple of weeks, move-up and trade-down buyers will face Organizing and rem ...

Publication: Brantford Homes 12-11-2014 - Page 8
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | E-editions | Community | 2014-12-15 06:22:13

AD{TS3581478} AD{TS3620370} AD{TS3392089} ? PAGE 8 Thursday, December 11, 2014 ? THE EXPOSITOR This striking and spacious home sparkles BY TIM GALL A beautiful executive home, originally built by Eastforest Homes and loaded with upgrades, awaits new owners in Paris. ?Welcome to 34 Marriott Place, where you will experience executive living at it?s best,? points out the realtor. ?Offering well over 3,000 square feet of finished living space, this fiveplus-one bedroom, four bathroom home is complete with hardwood and tile flooring throughout.? ?The main floor has all the space needed for a large family, including a two-piece bathroom and a mud room leading to the two car garage,? he adds. Without a doubt, this is a striking and spacious home that sparkles even further because of the upgrades built into this home, such as quartz counter tops in the kitchen, 18-inch ceramic tiles, pocket doors, a larger garage, and professional landscaping. Outside, there is plenty of curb appeal ? making i ...

Publication: Brantford Homes 12-11-2014 - Page 9
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | E-editions | Community | 2014-12-15 06:22:13

AD{TS3405577} Thursday, December 11, 2014 ? THE EXPOSITOR ? PAGE 9 Five bedrooms are planned well for privacy The master bedroom, one of five bedrooms on the upper level, has a four-piece ensuite and a walk-in closet. FAST FACTS Address: 34 Marriott Place, Paris Priced at $518,900 Detached two storey home with more than 3,000 square feet Executive living in a nearly brand new home fi lled with upgrades 5+1 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms including a four-piece ensuite Private viewings by appointment only Contact: Jim Telfer, Re/Max Twin City Realty Inc. ? Paris, 519-442-0005 Photos by Tim Gall The family room overlooks the back yard of this Paris home, and is open to the eat-in kitchen. Pastel coloured walls are featured in one of the children?s bedrooms. The living room is separated from a formal dining room by a pair of pocket doors. The four-piece ensuite features a large window. There are five bedrooms on the upper floor of this home, with space for another bedroom on the finished lower leve ...

Publication: Brantford Homes 12-11-2014 - Page 10
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | E-editions | Community | 2014-12-15 06:22:13

AD{TS3619106} ? PAGE 10 Thursday, December 11, 2014 ? THE EXPOSITOR Winter plants brighten spaces Spring and summer have the colorful blooms and rich greenery that make the great outdoors so lush and inviting. Autumn is awash in vibrant colors that beckon people outdoors to explore. But winter has a poor reputation with regard to natural beauty. While it?s true that many plants and wildlife retreat into hibernation come the colder temperatures, some choose the wintertime to bloom. Other plants and shrubs continue to hold on to their leaves and color despite the cold. Hardy winter plants do more than just survive the snow and ice. Many thrive and have the potential to add that unexpected touch of color to an otherwise dreary landscape. In addition to berry bushes that can feature bright red, yellow and orange berries perfect for holiday decorating, plenty of other plants are visually appealing through colder temperatures. · Mahonia: Some varieties of mahonias bloom in the winter and can ...


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