Choosing An Apartment To Rent When You Have Children: What To Consider

28 December 2014
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Children and all their stuff take up a lot of room, so you already know that any apartment you choose needs to have enough bedrooms and storage for your kids and their sheer amount of belongings. There are, however, other things to take into consideration when you're searching for the perfect apartment for your family. The landlord of each apartment you're considering will be a wealth of essential information, but do your own inspection and observations before settling on your next home: Read More 

Securing Your Own Business Has Substantial Disadvantages

22 December 2014
 Categories: , Blog

Entrepreneurs like to do things their own way, which can have certain advantages in the business world. However, there are certain areas where it does not pay to go it alone – particularly when it comes to security. Security companies in Canada try to tell potential clients this time and again, but it is unfortunately often only after a security breach has occurred that private businesses understand the need for professional security services. Read More 

Moving To Canada? What You Should Expect

15 September 2014
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you live in the United States and moving to Canada, there are things you need to prepare for. You will find that some things are the same, but others that are different. Knowing this information, can help you feel more comfortable in this country. Milk In the United States, milk comes in gallon, half gallon, and less cartons. When you move to Canada, however, you will get your milk from a bag instead. Read More 

Over The Hill: The Best Mountain Towns For Retirement In Canada

16 July 2014
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

When imagining that ideal retirement lifestyle, the image of any life beyond a career, beyond caring for children, might seem just like a long day at the beach. However, retiring individuals and couples might considering holding off on that stereotypical migration southward, toward some tropical beach locale, and consider the benefits of maintaining their active lifestyles while living in a mountain landscape. Particularly in Canada, where the percentage of residents within retirement age has been hovering around 15 percent, as now the " Read More