Why you should sell your home in the fall

Why you should sell your home in the fall

It is a common idea amongst homeowners that spring is the ideal time to list their home on the market. With spring in the air and summer just around the corner, many think that spring is when buyers are ready to make a purchase and are willing to pay top dollar to move. But, that is not exactly true.

The reality is that people are looking to buy homes all year round, and the fall can be a very smart time to list your home or consider purchasing a new home. The fall real estate market is almost always an active real estate market.

There are many benefits to listing your home for sale in the fall, and let us take you through why we think it is a great idea to sell your home during the autumn months.

‘Tis the season

 

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66 Cresswell Rd.  Kawartha Lakes

Ideally no one wants to move in the winter and serious buyers are likely itching to get the keys to their new home now rather than next spring. People want to be settled into their new home to enjoy their holiday season.

Also, buyers know that the holiday season can be tough on the wallet already, which is why they are looking to buy before budgets get tight post-holiday season. Those buyers are out there in the fall, looking for their dream home and serious about finding the right fit.

Better buyers

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Due to the popular idea spring season is the season to go house hunting, the market often gets flooded with buyers all trying to find their dream home once spring hits. During the fall, Buyers seem to have more time to properly consider and plan for their new home purchase. People are happy and relaxed as the temperature begins to fall and routines are reestablished. Fall is seen in the real estate industry as fresh renewal after the joys of the summer vacation and more relaxed schedules.

Better rates

The interest rates on mortgages are continuing to rise in Ontario, and buyers know that they should lock in their mortgage now. Waiting can cost buyers some serious money in the long-term as banks continue to up interest rates in an effort to cool the market. Purchase affordability may also be affected as new lending criteria is being released.

Selling this fall

 

If you are on the fence about selling, why not start talking about it now? With a professional experienced Realtor on your side, you will be able to get the best price for your home regardless of the season.

 

Any questions, contact us:
Puckrin and Latreille Real Estate Group
Call/text 905.985.7300 | www.puckrinlatreille.com
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Things to do this winter in and around Port Perry

As the cold weather hits us and we begin to bundle up indoors, we are lucky that our region comes to life with activities. However you choose to celebrate the holidays, the Durham Region has a lot of variety in store. From Christmas festivities, lots of lights, concerts and pop-up markets, there is something for everyone in the region to enjoy.

Some of our favorite local activities take place as the weather gets cold – we love bundling up with our friends and family and exploring the beauty of the winter season. Here is a list of some of the activities you can enjoy this winter before the New Year comes.

We will continue to update this list as we hear about new event listings.

1. Port Perry Candlelight Tree Lighting – Friday, November 17

Everyone is invited to Port Perry’s Palmer Park to get into the holiday spirit with a performance by the United Church choir as they carol down Queen St with the Claidhmor band. Grab some hot chocolate and cookies in Palmer Park afterwards and watch as the Palmer Park tree gets lit.

The event takes place from 6-9pm.

2. Port Perry Santa Claus Parade – Saturday, December 2

There is no better way to kick-off the countdown to Christmas than celebrating with Santa and his crew. The theme for this year’s 2017 Scugog Santa Clause Parade is “Canada 1867 – Canada 150 Years Ago”, meaning the parade floats will take us back in time. Santa begins his public visits at the Port Perry Santa Hut in front of the post office.

The parade happens on Queen St. and starts at 5pm, ending at 7:30pm. Here is a video from last year:

 

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And don’t forget to visit with Santa at his private hut in front of the Post Office building in Downtown Port Perry.   Drop off your letters, have a chat and snap a few photos. It will be the highlight of your little ones day;  while Santa is passing through our beautiful town.      Visit with Santa is sponsored by Port Perry BIA 

Starting November 30th to December 23rd.

Thursday & Friday 3pm – 5pm  |  Saturday’s from 10am -12pm  and 1pm-3pm

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3. Ride the Santa Train in Uxbridge – November 25-17 (weekends only)

The Santa Train is a family favourite with a specially decorated Christmas themed train departing from Uxbridge Station every Saturday and Sunday from November 17 till December 17. Kids love getting to meet Santa himself to share their Christmas list as they enjoy a cool, fun one hour ride on the train.

There are three trains, departing at 11:00 am, 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm. Get your tickets ASAP if you want to secure your seat, as this popular activity sells out quickly.

4. Liona Boyd in concert in Port Perry – Saturday, December 9

The incredibly talented Liona Boyd will be holding a concert in Port Perry at Town Hall 1873. She has released a whopping 28 albums and is a winner of not one, but five Canadian Juno Awards. Her show is definitely not to be missed.

Concert is from 2pm-3:30pm and tickets are $62.50. You can buy them here.

5. Concerts at Town Hall – Various dates

This winter, you can catch a variety of music at the Town Hall venue in Port Perry. From a Neil Young or Tragically Hip tribute show, to a Beauty and the Beast Musical show, there is really something for everyone. Whether it is a night out on the town with some friends or your partner, or taking the whole family out, stay warm dancing and singing at Town Hall.

6. Mistletoe Market – Saturday, November 4

The annual Mistletoe Market at Emmanuel Community Church in Port Perry is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. All proceeds go towards supporting the Pregnancy Help Centre of Durham, and there are raffles, coffee bar, Christmas photos, and lots of shopping to be had.

Time: 9am until 2pm.

Address: 160 Reach Street, Port Perry

7. Kawartha Lakes festival of Trees – Thursday, November 9 – Sunday, November 12

This four day event transforms the Kawartha Settlers’ Village into a land of trees, wreaths, and garlands all decorated for the holidays. There will be a bunch of activities like wagon rides, children’s workshops, and of course, Santa for families to enjoy. For adults, there are chances to win the decorations around the space. At night time the village comes to life with light.

Tickets are $10 for adults and free for children.

Thursday & Friday: 5pm

Saturday & Sunday: Doors open at noon, show is at 5

8. Uxbridge Farmer’s Market Indoor Christmas Market – Sunday, November 26

A fun way to enjoy a cold day, the Uxbridge Farmer’s Indoor Christmas Market will have local produce, holiday crafts and baked goods, and tons of gift ideas for sale by local vendors. You can get a head start on your holiday shopping, or get inspired for holiday cooking!

Market is from 10am-2pm.

Address: 21 Brock St. W, Uxbridge

9. Emerging Artists of Lake Scugog Studio Tour Exhibition Opening – Saturday, November 4

Join the Lake Scugog Studio for the opening night of the Emerging Artists of Lake Scugog tour. There are 43 artists at 17 sites, welcoming artists such as Michael Zarowsky and painter Karen Fox. This event is unique and perfect for those who love to take in really talented artists.

Event is from 1pm-3pm.

Address: 181 Perry St., Port Perry

10. Lavender- Blu December Sale – Friday, December 1 – Sunday, December 3

There is no better Christmas gift than giving the gift of something made locally, and the lavender products at Blu December are something anyone will love. Whether it is impressing your secret Santa or treating the amazing teacher at school, these products are made from ingredients cultivated locally in Seagrave.

11. Paint Night at Scugog Museum – Thursday, November 16

Try your hand at being an artist, with all money going towards an amazing cause for this fundraising Paint Night at Scugog Museum. This event is adult only, as cocktails will be served and enjoyed. Get creative while sipping drinks with your friends, learning how to paint A Winter’s Night winter scene.

Tickets: $45

Event time: 5:30-10pm

12. Farmer’s Christmas Tractor Parade – Wednesday, December 6

Come celebrate the amazing work the farmers of Tyrone, Haydon Enfield and Enniskillen do as they decorate their farm equipment in Christmas décor and lights to drive past the Enniskillen General Store. This event is a fun, festive event with free hot chocolate, treats, and ice cream to those who like the cold. Kids will love seeing the tractors all lit up.

Time: 6pm-7pm

Address: 7851 Old Scugog Rd, Hampton

 

13.   This is going to be EPIC –  a Skating Party on December 10th to celebrate  –  #Canada150 Skating Party! Scugog Recreation & Big Brothers Big Sisters North Durham can’t wait! Celebrate Canada’s big birthday with one of the most Canadian activities you can think of: Ice skating! Check out the schedule of events below and make sure to click “GOING” on to the events facebook page!

Powered by these fine organizations:  Township of Scugog Scugog Shores Museums: Village, Heritage Centre and Archives Scugog Memorial Public Library and Big Brothers Big Sisters North Durham!    See you on Dec 10th at the Blackstock arena.  

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The Bottom Line

We know Port Perry  and Scugog is an extraordinary place any time of year. But the holiday season in Port Perry is truly something special. With this lineup of holiday events in our area and our town looking its finest, you can’t help but get into the spirit of the season!

Did we miss your favorite holiday events in Port Perry / North Durham ? Please let us know – we’d love to check them out!

Area Orientation Tour

Whether you’re moving to North Durham area or between neighborhoods within it, changing neighborhoods is hard work! We understand that making a real estate decision is more than just liking your new house – it’s about loving where you live. That’s why we provide our unique Area Orientation Tours – to help match you with home and a community you’ll truly love.

 

 

 

 

 

Why you should sell your home in the fall

Why you should sell your home in the fall

It is a common idea amongst homeowners that spring is the ideal time to list their home on the market. With spring in the air and summer just around the corner, many think that spring is when buyers are ready to make a purchase and are willing to pay top dollar to move. But, that is not exactly true.

The reality is that people are looking to buy homes all year round, and the fall can be a very smart time to list your home or consider purchasing a new home. The fall real estate market is almost always an active real estate market.

There are many benefits to listing your home for sale in the fall, and let us take you through why we think it is a great idea to sell your home during the autumn months.

‘Tis the season

 

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66 Cresswell Rd.  Kawartha Lakes

Ideally no one wants to move in the winter and serious buyers are likely itching to get the keys to their new home now rather than next spring. People want to be settled into their new home to enjoy their holiday season.

Also, buyers know that the holiday season can be tough on the wallet already, which is why they are looking to buy before budgets get tight post-holiday season. Those buyers are out there in the fall, looking for their dream home and serious about finding the right fit.

Better buyers

couple_handing hands

Due to the popular idea spring season is the season to go house hunting, the market often gets flooded with buyers all trying to find their dream home once spring hits. During the fall, Buyers seem to have more time to properly consider and plan for their new home purchase. People are happy and relaxed as the temperature begins to fall and routines are reestablished. Fall is seen in the real estate industry as fresh renewal after the joys of the summer vacation and more relaxed schedules.

Better rates

The interest rates on mortgages are continuing to rise in Ontario, and buyers know that they should lock in their mortgage now. Waiting can cost buyers some serious money in the long-term as banks continue to up interest rates in an effort to cool the market. Purchase affordability may also be affected as new lending criteria is being released.

Selling this fall

 

If you are on the fence about selling, why not start talking about it now? With a professional experienced Realtor on your side, you will be able to get the best price for your home regardless of the season.

 

Any questions, contact us:
Puckrin and Latreille Real Estate Group
Call/text 905.985.7300 | www.puckrinlatreille.com
hello@puckrinlatreille.com
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10 things to do in September in Port Perry and area

 

While the crisp, fall air is taking over and the weather is cooling off, there are many things to do in the Durham Region to beat the post-summer blues. The region in the fall is absolutely stunning, with the leaves changing color and many things to do and see. We are lucky to live in such a vibrant, outdoorsy community full of things to do.

With the summer heat subsiding, fall is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy some great events before the winter hits. There is lots going on in the region, and here are a few of our top picks.

 


  1.   The Annual Port Perry Fair – Sept 2-4 at the Fairgrounds

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The Annual Port Perry Fair runs every year over Labour Day weekend and is jam packed with fun things to do. From the tractor pull to the demolition derby, the whole family will have fun seeing the animals and putting their cowboy boots to use. Check out the sheep skinning, cattle auction, and try your hand at the Tough Udder Obstacle Race.

Lots of live music and food will be available, so definitely plan to make a weekend of it!

 


  1.   Music in the Park – Final Day –  Sept 3 at Palmer Park

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Bring a lawn chair or blanket for the finale of Music in the Park. You will get to hear the sounds of the Blue Sky Flyers on Sunday, free of charge. The event takes place in the Gazebo at Palmer Park at 6:30pm and is weather permitting. Grab a picnic or a pizza, bring the whole family, and enjoy the beautiful evening in the park with incredible music.

 

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    10th Annual United Way Tour de Perry  BBQ & Tricycle Race – Sept 7 at Port Perry

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Join the United Way in Port Perry for a free BBQ and tricycle race as teams raise money to support the United Way. From noon till 2pm, you will get to see tricycles fly down Perry Street in a fun and entertaining race. If you have a team of 3 or 4 people who want to ride (with helmets!), then you can contact Cheryl Henderson (the CEO of the United Way Trike Grand Prix)  905-985-9399.

 

  1.    9th Annual Port Perry House Tour – Sept 16th at Port Perry

 

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Join the Prince Albert United Church Community Outreach for a tour of a variety of new and old homes of all sizes. You will get to take a peek at all sorts of different designs and architecture that can be found in the Port Perry, Prince Albert, and surrounding area. You will also get to stop in for a complimentary snack and refreshment at the House Tour Café at the Port Perry United Church.

The tour is from 10am -4pm and tickets are $25. Follow them on Instagram for a sneak peek.

 

  1.    The 37th Annual Terry Fox Run – Sept 17 at Port Perry Fairgrounds
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Terry Fox Run in Port Perry – Sept 17th

On Sunday Sept, 17 join the community of Port Perry at the intersection of Old Simcoe Rd and Reach St. to join the Terry Fox Run. Registration begins at 8am with the race starting at 9am. You can choose to walk, run, bike, or rollerblade with a 1km, 5km, and 10km route available. Bring your stroller or pup (on a leash) and the whole family. A BBQ and water will be provided to participants.

  1.    Seagrave United Church Family Picnic – Sept 17 at Seagrave United Church
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Seagrave United Church Family Picnic

If you are looking for a nice Sunday filled with friendly people and good food, the Seagrave United Church Family Picnic is the perfect day time activity. From 11:00-2:30, head on down to the church to check out Sam from Ontario Falconry Center at 11am with a hands on demonstrations of his amazing birds. Then, grab some hot dogs, corn on the cob, and yummy potluck salads before Dino and the Dogs comes on for a concert. There will be zorbs, snow cones, and door prize.

Bring a dish and enjoy a day that is fun for the whole family.

 

  1.    Winding Roads Country Festival – Sept 23rd at Port Perry

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Durham will be hosting a BBQ, silent auction, raffle, and dancing with live music from The Road Hammers and Kris Barclay. The event is 19+ so grab your partner and your friends and head over for a night of dancing and good music.

Doors open at 6pm and tickets are $60.

 


  1.    The Annual Harvest Chili-Cook-Off – Sept 24 in Port Perry

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Grab your spoon and work up an appetite – it is time for the 9th annual Harvest Chili Cook-Off. Yum! Downtown Port Perry will be overtaken with the scent of mouth-watering chili, so grab your souvenir mug and sample all of the chili stations you have room for. There will also be live music and local farmers selling their fresh produce, with mini-putt and other activities for the kids.

 

  1.    Murder Mystery Night –Sept 29 – at Scugog Shores Museum

Please note:  *** This is not an event for children,  Must be 16+ yrs old to participate ** Adults Only Event

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If you are looking for something fun, unique, and outside the norm, then you definitely have to check out the Murder Mystery Night at the Scugog Shores Museum. As a guest, you will be immersed in a mystery filled with a great cast and mysterious clues in a mystery set in the early 1800s.

An excerpt from the event page:

“It is the early 1800s and the local settlers from Scotland and Ireland are astonished when the laird of the village, Colin Campbell, suddenly disappears! He was a tyrant who controlled everyone in town and had many enemies. His ghost has been seen in the village, and on the shores of Lake Scugog people have reported hearing his eerie bagpipe music late at night. There have also been reports of a monster in the Lake. Was it the strange lake monster or did one of Colin’s neighbours finally have enough of his cruel ways?”

We are already dying to find out how it ends! There will be prizes for correct guesses and tickets are $20, which must be purchased in advance.

 

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    Greenbank Soap Box Derby – Sept 30 at Ianson Drive Hill, Greenbank

 

Join or watch as racers zip down Ianson Drive hill at the annual Greenbank Hall and Park Board Soap Box Derby on Sept 30. Funds raised at the event go towards other community races and improvements to Ianson Park. Grab your soap box or get there early to find a spot to watch the races.

 

Any questions,  Please contact The Puckrin and Latreille Real Estate Group
www.puckrinlatreille.com  | 905.985.7300 
144 Queen St. Port Perry 

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If we missed any local events, please send us an email with the details and link and we’ll be sure to update the blog and mention it an.    email: hello@puckrinlatreille.com  | direct: 905.985.7300

 

Summer activities for kids in Durham

Things to do with kids in the Durham Region this summer

10 fun (and cheap!) things to do with kids this summer

Summer is in full swing, and the kids are loving being out of school. With nice full days of sunshine and warm weather, it’s the perfect time to create new memories. It’s the perfect time to cut back on spending on things, and instead invest in time together as a family.

Luckily, there’s a ton of free or cheap activities to do with your children in the Durham Region. Your kids will love spending time with you outdoors, and you’ll enjoy having them entertained for hours! A win-win for summer!

Here’s a round-up of our favorite Durham Region activities to try this summer.

1. Explore the Scugog Shores Museum Village (1655 Reach Street, Port Perry)

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Located on Scugog Island, you’ll be able to take your kids for a real adventure to the Village overlooking the picturesque town of Port Perry. With 12 restored buildings, heritage flower gardens, and Ojibway Heritage Interpretive Lands, you can learn about history while taking in some new sites. See it for yourself on the Scugog Shores museum Instagram and Facebook page.

The Village is open 7 days a week, from 10am – 4pm, with guided tour available daily.

 

2. Cool off at the Cedar Park Resort water park (6296 Cedar Park Road, Bowmanville, ON)

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One of the best water parks in the region, the Cedar Park Resort has something for everyone to enjoy. With big waterslides, pools, and splash pads to play in, it’s the perfect way to spend a nice, hot day. Bring a picnic, some sunscreen and towels, and plan to spend a full day at the park!

Open Monday to Thursday from 10am – 6pm and Friday to Saturday, 10am – 7pm.

P.S – Get extra points after a fun day by stopping at the Enniskillen General Store for Kawartha Dairy Ice Cream. They’re just a 5 min drive north of the water park.

3. NEB’s Fun World – Free Bowling for Kids (1300 Wilson Rd N, Oshawa, ON)

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From July 2 until August 31, Kids age 15 and younger can get two free games of bowling a day all summer if you sign up online for your free pass. With 5 and 10 pin bowling, as well as Cosmic Bowling, NEB’s is a great place to escape the heat or hide away on a rainy day this summer.

Contact NEB’s Fun World for more information here.

4. Relax in a local Park

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The best thing about summer is the weather, and what a better way to enjoy it than a blanket, some music, food, and a picnic. Our top pick is Palmer Park in Port Perry (175 Water St, Port Perry, ON). With playgrounds, splash pads, and tons of green space, there’s lots for everyone to see and do for a day.

Also, from August 4-6, Ribfest is in town! Get more details here.

 

5. Learn how to skateboard (Port Perry, ON)

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The township of Scugog has three skateboard parks to choose from: Unity Skateboard Park, Blackstock Skateboard Park, and Ceasarea Skateboard Park. Kids are recommended to bring a helmet, knee and elbow pads, as well as wrist guards to avoid any tears and children under 10 should have an adult with them.

Don’t be shy – ask someone to show you the ropes!

6. Get out on the water at Trent Severn Waterways Locks (Port Perry/Kawartha Lakes, ON)

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Celebrating Canada’s 150 this year, the locks have waived their fees for everyone to enjoy. Hop on a boat and explore the waterways from the North Durham Region on Lake Scugog on up to the Kawartha Lakes. Make sure to stop and enjoy some lunch at our favorite spots: Fenelon Falls or Bobcaygeon are a must-try.

And, of course, find some of that yummy Kawartha Dairy ice cream!

7. Catch an outdoor movie at the Lindsay Twin Drive-In

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Your kids will go wild about getting to watch a movie in the car. Pack some snacks and kick back the seats for a sunset showing or a late night show for that special occasion. You can even pack blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy the movie outside on the grass.

See what’s playing here.

 

8. Take in the beauty of Balsam Provincial Park (2238 Hwy 48 R.R #1, Kirkfield, ON

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One of the best and most beautiful provincial parks is in our area is Balsam Lake Provincial Park on Balsam Lake. With it’s stunning landscape and clean environment, the park makes for the perfect day trip with an hour drive time from Port Perry. Your kids will love taking in the nature of the trails, lake, and wildlife there is to see at Balsam Lake Park.

If you’re up for it, book a campsite and stay the weekend.

9. Check out the Blackstock Fair, August 26-27 (3440 Church St, Blackstock, ON)

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Games, climbing walls, bouncy castles (with a $5 play all day wristband, too!), tractor rides, chainsaw carving, camels, and a demolition derby on Friday, what can get better than the Blackstock Fair? Your kids will LOVE everything at the fair and it’ll be fun for the whole family. Check out the Olympic Joust for an interesting take on a fun game and try out the 55’ climbing wall for an adrenaline rush. Bring ear protection for the young ones, as it can tend to get loud!

More information can be found here.

 

10. Catch a FREE concerts in the Park at Palmer Park, every Sunday evening (175 Water St, Scugog ON)

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Bring your lawn chair or blanket to the Gazebo in Palmer Park every Sunday evening from June 18 to September 3. The fun begins at 6:30 pm and it’s absolutely free. If you want to skip making dinner, grab a delicious pizza from Jim’s Pizza across Palmer Park. As you listen to the lovely music, the kids can enjoy playing at the park between bites.

Did we miss your favourite spot for summer fun in Durham Region or Kawartha Lakes? Please let us know so we can check it out!

Have a great and safe summer

 

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Celebrate Canada 150 with a Kids Colouring Contest

Canada 150 – Kids Colouring Contest

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Download the Canada 150 colouring sheet available on the www.PuckrinLatreille.com website. Click here.

Learn more about our Canada 150 Kids Coloring Contest

Contest Rules:

Eligibility

The Puckrin and Latreille Real Estate Group is happy to team up with The Nutty Chocolatier in Port Perry to celebrate Canada 150.
Download the Canada 150 colouring sheet available on the www.PuckrinLatreille.com website. Click here.
Make sure name and contact info is clearly printed – telephone and email.

3) The contest is open to all children 12 and under.  Children must submit their colouring page at the Nutty Chocolatier – Port Perry location till June 25th.  6:00 pm.  To be eligible for the drawing in any particular age category, the entrant must submit their colouring sheet.   Upon submission of your entry, you will be automatically be given a coupon for One FREE Kiddy Ice Cream Cone from the Nutty Chocolatier – Port Perry location and be entered in the Puckrin and Latreille Real Estate Group Colouring contest draw.

Children may submit one entry only. All entries from individuals found to have been entered with the same name/address more than once will be void.
The Puckrin and Latreille Real Estate Group is not responsible for any lost, late, illegible, incomplete, falsified, or destroyed, entries which may limit an entrant’s ability to participate in the Canada 150 colouring contest.

A) All entries become the property of Puckrin and Latreille Real Estate Group.
Two (2) Kids club prizes will be drawn on June 26th. The prizes are valued at $50 each.
* Complete name, age, and contact, information on the Colouring Sheet.

The draw prizes with be announced Monday, June 26th, 2017 

Don’t forget Have Fun,  BE Creative, and Celebrate Canada 150

 

Kids Get A Free 1 Kiddy Cone Ice Cream from The Nutty Chocolatier

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Exclusive: New Home Construction To Be Built at 174 Valentia Road Near Lindsay

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Model  A – 1245 sq ft.   listed at $579,900 

Exclusive, New built construction starting soon

Quality-future Built construction home in a great neighbourhood – Hamlet of Valentia, 10 minutes to Lindsay, Ontario. Located at 174 Valentia Rd.  Kawartha Lakes

Beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bathroom bungalow “To Be Built” home by a very reputable builder – New Image Homes.     Attention to  detail throughout.   Large open concept main living space features vaulted ceilings and engineered hardwood throughout main floor.

This home is ready for your decisions in regards to Flooring, Counters, Cabinets, amenities, etc… Make this blank canvas your own, personal dream home.

Master bedroom with 3 piece ensuite,  full unfinished basement with direct access  to  the large triple car garage. Conveniently Located- 20 minutes north of Port Perry and  10 minutes from Lindsay!

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All information displayed is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified.  No warranties or representations are made of any kind.

Choose from 2 different floor plans Model  A with 1245 sq.ft.  or Model  B with 1605 sq.ft. 

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Model  B – 1605 sq.ft.  listed at $689,900

Address and Map 

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Now is your opportunity to pick your own finishes – from cabinets, counter tops, vanities, flooring; hardwood, ceramic, carpet and even exterior finishes from the builder samples

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All information displayed is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified.  No warranties or representations are made of any kind.

 

Essential information

Model Type Type A Type B
Bedrooms 3 3
Bathrooms 2 2
Square Footage 1245 sq ft 1605 sq ft
Year Build 2017 2017
List price $579,900 $689,900
Garage 3 3
Parking Spaces 6 6
Amenities Well water & septic
Heating Propane gas forced air
Community  Information
Address 174 Valentia Rd.
Area Kawartha Lakes
School Info / District Trillium Lakelands District School

Presented by: Brett Puckrin, Sales Representative  and Cayleigh Hoag, Sales Representative  

Cayleigh

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New Listing: 75 Steinway Drive Port Perry

This listing is now SOLD!   New Listing: MLS # E3687758:    This amazing 2 bedroom,  1 bathroom in Port Perry fulfills every in-town living checklist!  Welcome to 75 Steinway Dr. Featuring: Hardwood floors, eat-in kitchen with a walk out to 2 tier deck and fully fenced rear yard, new roof shingles (2016) Details, photo & price via: http://bit.ly/E3687758

call / text: 905.985.7300 for a private tour | www.puckrinlatreille.com

Whether you’re a first time buyer or someone looking to smart-size as a empty neater, you’ll agree 75 Steinway Dr in Port Perry is the ideal location.

Come out to the Open House on Saturday January 21st. 1pm-3pm

Presented by: Brett Puckrin, Sales Representative
Puckrin and Latreille Real Estate Group   | www.puckrinlatreille.com

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• 2 Bedroom  | 1 Bathroom | main floor laundry room
• Visit the Property Website

Youtube video listing

 

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2017 Paint Colour of the Year

Tanya Latreille of Puckrin and Latreille Real Estate Group – Port Perry drop by to chat with Joanne Callery of The Village Decor Shoppe in Port Perry to discuss the new:

Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year, Shadow 2117-30.

The other 2 major paint suppliers have come out with their 2017 Colour of the Year and they are:

– Dulux colour of the year for 2017 is: Denim Drift
– Sherwin-Williams colour of the year is: Poised Taupe (SW 6039)

The other colours Joanne refers to in the video are:

Muslin CC- 110
Revere Pewter HC- 172
Collingwood OC-28
Pale Oak OC-20

Benjamin Moore Colour of the Year 2017: https://goo.gl/HJYlWq
Cityline :  https://youtu.be/ymK0OZPoDJQ   all about Benjamin Moore Shadow colour paint

 

Have a real estate question that needs answers; call / text us at 905.985.7300. Thinking of Selling, let the experience of a knowledgeable team work for you.

Presented by Puckrin and Latreille Real Estate Group
905.985.7300 | #AskBrett | Hello@puckrinlatreille.com | http://www.puckrinlatreille.com

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Retirement Living at West Shore Village

Finding comfort at West Shore Village, Port Perry, Ontario

 

 

West Shore Village is a lakeside retirement community that features a 71 suite retirement residence and 29 life lease bungalows. These life lease bungalows offer independent living with the added benefit of being able to take advantage of services offered in the residence. West shore Village is a community inside a community with access to meals, activity programs onsite. Located on the shore of Lake Scugog and a block from Downtown Historic Port Perry, retirees can stay active in this vibrant area and walk to all amenities. Or just enjoy the outdoors while strolling on the walking trails.

Most of the Life Lease Bungalows at West Shore Village consist of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and all but one have a single car garage. There are a few bungalows featuring the added space of a second storey loft or a basement.

When you purchase a bungalow in the West Shore Community, the unit is remodeled as needed with your input prior to moving in. Paint and Flooring Choices are provided and West Shore looks after having the work completed.

Need to move? Then Westshore takes care of it all.

Any questions or inquiries on available units at West Shore Village in Port Perry, please contact:

Guy Latreille / Tanya Latreille
Puckrin & Latreille Real Estate Group
905.985.7300  |  Hello@puckrinlatreille.com

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