September in Niagara usually means one thing: It’s Niagara Grape and Wine Festival Season!
This amazing time of celebration and joy has had to make some big changes.
COVID-19 has resulted in the cancellation of some of the usual events – and the re-imagining of others. We can still enjoy many of the main attractions of the festival in new and creative ways while still following local and provincial government guidelines. Combine that with the creativity of the Niagara Grape and Wine Fall Festival organizers, and the joyous celebration goes on!
If we could only participate in one thing during Niagara Grape and Wine Festival, it would be either “The Parade” or The Centre Stage surrounded by local winery and food booths. BOTH have new formats this year.
The CENTRE STAGE Saturday night performances will not be held in Montebello Park, as they have in the past. Instead they will go virtual September 19th and 26th, with a few local establishments live streaming the performances.
The Grape and Wine Festival Grand Parade has been cancelled for this year but organizers have come up with something fun and unique!! The MERIDIAN PORCH PARADE will take place Saturday September 26th. It is quite an interesting format as outlined on the Niagara Grape and Wine 2020 Fall Festival website.
Celebrate all that Niagara Wine Country has to offer over the next few weeks and have fun while STAYING SAFE!!
We would love to hear what you, your family and friends are doing this year to celebrate Niagara Grape and Wine.
Please comment and let us know!!
As we head into fall it is interesting to look at the last month of summer and see how the real estate market has performed. With so may variables surrounding COVID-19, and the impact it has had on our lives, it is time to get some answers…
What happened in real estate? What did the market look like? And how did we do compared to August of last year??
Time to look at some numbers. Are they what you expected during these uncertain times?
We would love to hear what you think!!
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Last weekend we went on a little road trip to knock on doors and deliver some Canada Day condiments packages!
It is a great way to (re)connect and catch up.
Our clients are a part of the team and once in awhile we like to let them know how much we appreciate them!
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Happy Canada Day, Team!
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With 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, this is the perfect home to start and/or raise your family!
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We spoil our Dads who are still here and treasure memories of the Dads who have passed on.
Make it a great day and use it to spend quality time with your family!!
“CMHC to tighten lending rules for home buyers.”
Canada Mortage and Housing Corp. is toughening up its rules to make it harder to get mortgage insurance, a move that would reduce demand from riskier borrowers and keep prices in check at a time of economic uncertainty.
The national mortgage insurance provider will ban the use of borrowed funds for a down payment, require a higher credit score from borrowers and try to ensure that homeowners have enough income to pay their mortgages and other debts.
The new criteria, effective July 1, are designed to help weed out borrowers who are less likely to make their payments and could reduce demand for homes at a time when real estate sales have dropped.
It is not possible to determine how many potential home buyers will be affected bu the new criteria. But according to CMHC’s latest quarterly results, nearly one in five of its insured mortgage holders would not have met a least one of its new requirements.
SOURCE: The Globe and Mail.
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