General Residential Real Estate, Real Estate Agency, Real Estate Terminology, Real Estate Marketing
Penny MacKenzie is a full time Burlington Real Estate Agent with over 20 years of experience. An active member of the Burlington Business Community Penny is Past President of The Burlington Chamber of Commerce and Past Chair of Tourism Burlington. Penny has also served on the Board of Directors of the Burlington Art Centre Foundation. Penny is also past chair and co-founder of Party In Pink an incredible women only fundraiser for Breast Cancer Support Services. In just four short years this event has raised over $250,000 in support of women who are currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. As a full time Realtor Penny is experienced in the Burlington and Area real estate market. She has personally handled all types of real estate transactions, however, she is an Experienced Residential Realtor, qualified to help families reach their residential home buying and selling goals.
Hamilton-Burlington Real Estate Board, Oakville-Milton Real Estate Board, Ontario Real Estate Board, Canadian Real Estate Board
Licensed Realtor with Keller Williams Realty the fastest growing Real Estate Company in Canada!
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Hello Amelia, In Ontario a chattel is something that is not fixed/attached to the home and unless included in the Agreement of Purchase and Sale can be taken by the Seller. However, in my opinion,
Hello Vic, Thank you for your question. In Canada it works the same as in the US. The Buyer Agent is paid by the Seller. I would be happy to refer you to one of my Keller Williams Associates in Nova
Hi Kim, Thank you for your question. Typically there is an irrevocable day and time that is within your offer meaning that the offer is valid until that time. If you have passed this day/time then the
Hi Gary, Thank you for your question. The rules around multiple offers can vary from province to province. The Realtor that you were working with is the person to explain the situation. In Ontario
Hi Bill, Thank you for your question. You would eliminate a number of Buyers from purchasing your home as families with small children won't put them in the basement. If your basement has large windows