Although budgets are tight and renovations may feel expensive, there are many everyday
changes you can make that will save you more money over time – and make your home more
resilient in the face of disaster.
After much of the country faced the grim realities of climate change in the past year, many
people are exploring how to make their home climate-ready for the long-term. In fact, it’s about
one-in-five of us according to data from insurance provider Aviva Canada’s recent How We Live
report.
Roofing redux
Your roof goes through a lot of wear and tear in the best of times, but there are sustainable
solutions that are also incredibly durable. For instance, metal roofs are not only made with
recycled materials, they can also improve the energy…

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Curb appeal is important. It’s the first thing buyers see when they drive up to your home — and, often, the first impression they get. Fortunately, you don't have to break the bank to achieve a great-looking exterior. Here are some simple and affordable ideas for enhancing your home's curb appeal:

1. Add a fresh coat of paint: One of the easiest ways to make your home look brand new is by adding a fresh coat of paint to the exterior. Choose a colour that complements the architectural style and surroundings of your home.

2. Upgrade the front door: Your front door is the focal point of your home's exterior. Consider painting it a bold colour, replacing it with a modern style, or simply adding a new doorknob and knocker.

3. Install outdoor…

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(NC) Bigger isn’t always better. Small spaces have proven to be the preferred living option for
many of us since they require less maintenance, cleaning and budget for furnishing and
renovations. However, adding personality and making the most of a small living space can be a
challenge. Sharon Grech, Benjamin Moore colour and design expert shares her tips on how to
make the most of a small space.
Invest in multi-purpose furniture
Instead of filling the room with separate pieces for different purposes, invest in furniture that
serves more than one function. Consider a sofa that can easily transform into a bed, allowing
your living room to double as a guest bedroom. Alternatively, opt for a coffee table that you can
extend or adjust in height to serve as a dining…

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Thanks to a surge in the condominium market, August sales reached a record high with 2,729 sales. Despite the record levels reported over the past several months, year-to-date sales are still down by 15 per cent compared to last year.

While new listings did improve compared to levels seen this time last year, the sales-to-new-listings ratio remained elevated at 87 per cent, preventing any significant shift from the low inventory situation. Inventory levels in August dropped to 3,254 units, not only a record low for the month but well below the 6,000 units that are typically available. Low inventory combined with high sales this month ensured the months of supply remained low at just over one month.

“Higher lending rates have caused many…

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