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    BIGGEST HOME SELLER MISTAKES

    March 26, 2017 Survey of 1,000 Real Estate Agents Reveals the Top Six Ways to Sabotage the Sale of Your Home   The most common reasons that a house will not sell in a good market are often well within the control of the home seller according to a recent survey by the ActiveRain online real estate community. In a poll of over 1,000 real estate agents, it was revealed that the top six ways home sellers turn potential home

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    Pat’s Own New House

    Foundation dug April 15th Exterior walls erected May 1st, 2013   Interior walls erected May 2, 2013   Roof being sheeted May 8, 2013   Infloor heating in the lower level – May 9th Shingles installed May 10, 2013 Styrofoam insulation added to the exterior and windows & doors installed – May 13/13 Fall 2013 – Almost done on the outside!

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    Shop Local and Love It!

    We all hear about ‘buying local’ – here’s an excellent letter written to the members of the Renfrew and Area Chamber of Commerce on just this subject – Very Well Written Rob!! Making a Difference in Your Local Economy march 2013  

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    Duty of Care – Client or Customer?

    Here’s some good information from the Ontario Real Estate Association on differences between a Client and a Customer.  Make sure you are aware of the differences when dealing with a real estate professional. See the newsletter here:  http://www.orea.com/en/Members/EDGE-Newsletters#duty

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    Important – Highway 17 Expansion Survey

    What follows is an open letter to all Ottawa Valley Tourist Association Members as written by Alastair Baird, who works in Business and Economic Development and Marketing at the County of Renfrew.   This letter is not only meant for the tourism industry, but relates to anyone that does business in Renfrew County and the Ottawa Valley.  Please take a minute to read this and then complete the survey: Dear Ottawa Valley Tourist Association Members, Ease of access by road and highway

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    Residential Sales Year-over-Year 2011-2012

    Statistics Year over Year for Residential Sales in the Town of Renfrew only for 2011 vs 2012 so far 2011:Jan =  6;    2012:Jan = 8 2011:Feb = 8;    2012:Feb = 8 2011:Mar = 10; 2012:Mar = 8 2011:Apr = 13;  2012:Apr = 13 2011:May = 17; 2012:May = 14 2011:Jun = 12;  2012:Jun = 19 2011:Jul = 16;   2012:Jul = 13 2011:Aug = 12; 2012:Aug = 7 2011:Sep = 12;  2012:Sep = 4 2011:Oct = 10;  2012:Oct = no sales

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    101 Things to Do in the Ottawa Valley – Summer 2012

      Looking for something to do in the upper Ottawa Valley this Summer?  Then this list will be what you’re looking for! Presented by Ottawa Valley Business, you will always find things to do for all four seasons in the valley! 101 Things to do in the Valley Summer 2012 Edition

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    Living & Playing in Renfrew County

    Diverse Topography and Tourism The County of Renfrew is home to over 900 fresh water lakes and 4 major rivers within its boundaries. In addition to its year round tourist destinations and business opportunities, the County of Renfrew is only 45 minutes from the city of Ottawa, and is the largest county in Ontario. To find out more about County of Renfrew tourism opportunities, visit the Ottawa Valley Tourist Association (OVTA). The OVTA has been telling Canadians from all walks

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    Where In The Ottawa Valley Do You Want To Live?

    Neighbourhoods Whether you want to live in town or out of town, the Ottawa Valley has a place you can call ‘home’! There are too many neighbourhoods to name each one individually, but what follows is a list of the essential services that you will find in different areas of the upper Valley. This may make it easier for you to decide on a specific area. Whether you’re a first time home buyer, or retiring to live closer to the

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    Pay 4% or Less to Sell Your House!

    Starting at 4.0% for most houses; Reducing on a sliding scale for properties as the list price goes higher. How it Works 1.     Prime Valley Realty will work with the client to help establish the appropriate list price for the property. 2.     The list price is then multiplied by the applicable percentage (as set out in the Fee Schedule to be reviewed between the client and Prime Valley Realty in person). 3.    The fixed realty fee* is then determined. 4.     Prime Valley Realty always works with

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