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Each household has their own version of it: the great winter swap. In other words, all the ways we adjust our routines to prepare for and combat the winter season. We hang holiday wreaths in exchange for patio furniture, pack away light jackets for hearty coats and find creative indoor projects to occupy our families during cold, dark afternoons.

Winter comes with its share of woes, so we’ve gathered a few cost-effective and natural ways to help you tackle three common household challenges of the season.

Swap your salts

When it comes to unwanted snow and ice, many turn to salt for a quick fix. Consistent use of melting salts cause harm to grass and plants by preventing water and nutrient absorption – not to mention that, when tracked

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Are you thinking about selling your home DIY-style…without the services of a professional Realtor?

Top five reasons you should hire a Realtor® when selling your home:

  1. They offer professional marketing, staging, and other services and offer the best exposure to the most buyers.
  2. Hidden expenses mean you won’t save money or time.
  3. A good Realtor® will have years of industry knowledge under his/her belt to save you time and headaches.
  4. Someone else is managing the entire sales process, administration, paperwork, appointment bookings and more.
  5. A negotiation expert will be negotiating your deal.

Before you decide, there are a few things to consider:

Professional Services & Marketing

Wondering why you should hire a Realtor®?

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You may have fewer potential buyers viewing your home during the fall and winter months, but that doesn’t necessarily mean fewer offers.

Compared to selling a home in the spring when there are more homes on the market, selling during the final months of the year can often be a successful endeavour.

With careful planning and a few helpful tips, you can showcase your home and find time to enjoy the season too.

Check out our top 5 home selling tips to help you through the winter months:

Weekends are the perfect time for showings

When selling your home, it will always show the best during daylight hours. Unfortunately, as the days get shorter later in the year, the work week often gets in the way for many prospective buyers. During this time of

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Looking for the latest trends in outdoor holiday décor to boost the appeal of your home? Check out the list below to stand out in the real estate market this holiday:

  1. Chalet-inspired Décor
  2. Rope Lights
  3. Festive Planters
  4. Firewood Charm
  5. Swooping Garland

Chalet-inspired Décor

Chalet-inspired décor is all the rage this season. Whether you are into winter recreation or enjoy staying on trend, simply incorporating your retired outdoor equipment into your exterior decorations can make all the difference in creating up-to-date holiday curb appeal that potential buyers will notice.

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Rope Lights

Usually when we think of the holiday season, we picture single light bulbs of bright colours. This year is all about rope lights.

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What is meant by a commercial fixturing period?

If you are in the market for Commercial Real Estate, you will be looking at a variety of locations and spaces, all with different levels of condition and layouts on the interior.

When it comes to Commercial Real Estate, one size does not fit all. Your business will require a specific exterior and interior design in order to conform with your business and industry you operate within.

Examples of this would be a doctors office, which would need more office space along with a reception and seating area. A fitness facility will require more open space, alog with substantial plumbing work for the shower and washroom/change areas. A restaurant will require more seating space along with a kitchen

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Looking for a quick & YUMMY fall treat? Look no further! Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins...

Ingredients:   1 Cup all purpose flour 1/2 Cup old fashioned rolled oats 3/4 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice 3/4 Cup sugar 3/4 Cup brown sugar * packed 2 eggs 1/2 Cup coconut oil * melted 1 Cup pumpkin puree 1 Cup semi-sweet chocolate chips   Instructions:   Preheat your oven to 350°F.   Grease a standard muffin tin or use paper liners.   Combine the flour, oats, baking soda, baking powder, salt, pumpkin pie…
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Your business plan will range in length anywhere from 20 to 50 pages depending on the type of business and industry. Regardless of the length, typically, they will all contain the same sections. Below we have outlined each section of your business plan and what to include in each section:

Your Business Plan May include some or all of the following:

  • The Executive Summary.This is business plan overview, which the reader can get and idea of the key points that are included in your long form business plan. The Executive Summary should almost be able to stand on its own as a separate document.
  • Business Overview.Will offer a description of the business, including:
      1. The legal structure
      2. Business formation history
      3. The
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Coming back to the article we recently wrote about Triple Net Lease Structures, here is a quick overview of some other, less common lease structures and an explanation of the Term:

Gross Lease: The tenant pays a set sum or “gross” amount for rent and the landlord pays all real estate expenses. Sometimes these leases will also include utilities.

NNN (Triple Net/Net Net Net Lease): A net lease under which the lessee assumes all expenses of operating a property, including both fixed and variable expenses and any common area maintenance that might apply. However, the landlord is responsible for structural repairs. Referred to as a triple net lease or NNN. MOST COMMON IN ALBERTA.

Absolute NNN Lease: No landlord responsibilities. Tenant is

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The Land Use Bylaw divides all land in The City into land use districts or zones. “Permitted” or “discretionary” uses are allowed in each district, and are subject to specific standards, with respect to things such as setbacks from property lines, parking, building size and heights.

The intent of the Land Use Bylaw is to ensure uses are compatible with their neighbours, and are developed attractively. Check to determine if the property you wish to buy or lease is located in a zone that allows the type of business you may wish to establish. If your site is in the right district, you can then apply for development approval.

If your property is not in a district that would allow your type of business, you may wish to discuss a rezoning application

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Do you need a day out? Come check out Penhold's Women's Day Out!

Here's what people had to say about last year's Women's Day:

"Love it! Would like to see it every year!"
"What a wonderful fun day."
"Enjoyed myself tremendously."

Don't miss out on the fun this year! 

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