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Apr, 28 2017 9:00 PM
Leslie Bullock
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At Team Bullock, nothing matters more to us that being able to support the communities we live and work in and the people like you that a part of them. This can take on many formats, from being good corporate citizens to supporting various charitable organizations and events in our area.

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Mar, 21 2017 11:00 PM
Leslie Bullock
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The huge increase in real estate prices in Burlington, Hamilton and area is a clear indicator of a very challenging and complicated market. It’s now more important than ever that you have a Realtor® by your side when negotiating the purchase or sale of your home.

This can be even more important for seniors, who may feel overwhelmed by the situation and the idea of moving from the place they called home for so long. That’s where an Accredited Senior Agent (ASA) can really make a difference. 

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Feb, 19 2017 11:00 PM
Leslie Bullock
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Have you ever met a woolly mammoth? Likely not, but if you want to learn more about this now extinct species and descendant of the modern day elephant, the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) is the place to be. They are currently putting on an exhibition entitled The Big Freeze until April 17th where you can learn about these animals along with mastodons, bear-sized beavers and much more.

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Jan, 20 2017 10:00 PM
Leslie Bullock
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With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we thought it would be appropriate to talk about love letters in this month’s blog. But these aren’t your traditional love letters! Instead, these are letters home buyers give to sellers to provide a more personal and subjective element to the rather dry and contractual process that is typical of most real estate transactions.

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Dec, 23 2016 11:12 PM
Leslie Bullock
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There are many types of housing available on the market today that it’s difficult to understand the intricacies of each one. Co-op housing is likely one of these. While this type of residency has been around for many years, it has remained an unknown commodity for some.

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Nov, 28 2016 4:56 PM
Leslie Bullock
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With Black Friday and Cyber Monday behind us it’s a sure sign that Christmas and the Holiday season is right around the corner. What makes this time of year so special are the many festive activities and events the whole family can enjoy. Aldershot’s very own Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) is a perfect place to take in the season, and you don’t need to be a green thumb to enjoy it either!

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Oct, 26 2016 10:46 PM
Leslie Bullock
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Whether we want to believe it or not, winter is right around the corner. With only a few more weeks to prepare for its arrival, is your house ready to take on whatever winter will give us this year?

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Sep, 28 2016 12:16 AM
Ian Turner
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With fall now upon us, we can look forward to cooler days, even cooler nights, lots of colour everywhere and of course pumpkins galore! Thankfully, there is so much more to explore, enjoy and even taste in Burlington and throughout Halton this season. And with the Halton Pumpkins to Pastries Trail, all these experiences are brought together for us.

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Aug, 29 2016 1:28 PM
Leslie Bullock
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Many of you know how hot the real estate market has been in Burlington, Hamilton and the rest of southern Ontario this spring and summer. Early signs suggest no slowdown is on the horizon, even with the traditionally slower fall season creeping closer.

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Jul, 21 2016 8:24 AM
Ian Turner
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The current drought-like conditions we’re experiencing in Burlington and the rest of Southwestern Ontario reminds us that with a beautiful summer come challenges that homeowners must face. One such challenge would be building a garden that is less susceptible in hot temperatures and minimal rainfall.

We’ve compiled the following pointers to help you create a more drought-resistant, easy to manage garden. The key is to plan for this and not make changes when it’s already hot and dry outside. Then it’s likely too late to do anything.

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