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Saving 107 Concession Street – BRICKS and MORTAR Ep. 202

In episode 2, work begins at the 107 Concession Street property but uncertainties about acceptance of the new project arise.  For inspiration, real estate expert, Kevin Haight, takes a tour of the amazing restoration of the historical post office with Mayor Doug Craig. Thank you to our friends at the City of Cambridge Archives for the[…]

Saving 107 Concession Street – BRICKS and MORTAR Ep. 201

In the premiere episode of BRICKS and MORTAR, a web series hosted by Kevin Haight and directed by Andy Hourahine, Kevin introduces us to 107 Concession Street. This amazing example of Italianate architecture ran the risk of demolition so a group of professionals are working together to balance core progress with saving history.   Special[…]

Should You Invest in Real Estate in this Market?

The burning question on everyone’s mind is “Should I invest in real estate while we are at the top of the market?”  There are some very vocal investment experts and agents both for and against this idea.  In this episode of Real Estate Insider, I’ll let you in on my experience and help you answer[…]

Love Coffee? Here’s to the PERFECT POUR OVER!

I love being a real estate agent and one of the perks of the community building business is exploring the people, places, and businesses that make Brant County and area so unique.  Coffee meetings across the region is all a part of the job and make us experts in the field 🙂 If you are[…]

Donald Trump and Canadian Real Estate?

What Does a Trump Presidency Mean for Canadian Real Estate? In 2017 Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th President of the USA and although it may (or may not) ultimately stop the hemorrhage of the manufacturing base of their country one thing I can assure you of is that we will see higher[…]

The 88 William Street Project

In 2015, we decided to purchase a small, Brantford house and save it from demolition.  Looking back, we’re not sure what it was that compelled us to commit to a year of painstaking restoration, financial uncertainty, and inevitable contrasts in opinions, but we jumped in nonetheless.  As Brantford area residents, real estate agent, and craftsmen,[…]

The Paris Wincey Mills

In the heart of Paris, Ontario is 31 Mechanic St. and the location of the newly renovated Wincey Mills Company.  This building is one of the most exciting Brant County real estate projects we have had the privilege of representing. The Paris Wincey Mills Company was a textile producer founded in 1889 and at its peak employed over 125[…]