Clipping AirBnB’s wings

I had an interesting meeting with my accountant recently. It was a bit of a wake-up call. And if you operate an AirBnB rental, or are thinking about it, you might have a wake-up call in store for you too. Let me explain. Most AirBnB rentals are residential properties that attract vacationers or visitors for…

What would you do?

What would you do? Posted on August 8, 2019 Jordan McGregor Sometimes deals don’t always go smoothly. When they don’t, it’s important you have a realtor who sees you as more than just a paycheque. When you buy a home, you have some expectations. It’s a big purchase and you believe – or you hope –…

Real Estate Roundup – July 10, 2019

Local Deepwater dock in Kingston could cost $4.5 million, report shows Is it worth $4.5 million to renovate the wharf at 1 Queen St. so Kingston can tap into the flourishing Great Lakes cruise ship sector? 2. New Kingston airport may attract more airlines, city officials say The almost-complete renovations to the airport, the results of a…

Real Estate Roundup – June 26, 2019

Local Nudists, township start rezoning appeal battle The two sides in a rezoning dispute for a nude campground faced off in a preliminary hearing Tuesday morning. 2. Residents displaced from downtown Kingston condo building still waiting to return Fifteen units at Harbour Place, which is located at Ontario and Clarence streets, had to be evacuated over…

Buying a Brand New Home – Advantages and Disadvantages

Buying a Brand New Home – Advantages and Disadvantages

Posted on June 25, 2019

Jordan McGregor

What’s your guess? Do you think potential home buyers prefer buying a brand new home or an existing one?

While there are pros and cons to both, most people do still prefer an existing home over a new one. About 40% of home buyers like the idea of a new home, while 60% still prefer an existing one.

What should I look for in a realtor?

What should I look for in a realtor?

Posted on May 22, 2019

Jordan McGregor


Sales Representative


Buying a home is one of the biggest decisions you will make in your life.

Sure, there’s the financial aspect – trading your hard-earned cash (and maybe taking on some debt!) for a place to call your own. Also consider the impact it has on every aspect of your day. Moving into a new neighbourhood means meeting new people. It means new commutes to work, or daycare, or school, or the grocery story. It’s a new space for you to grow old in, or for your kids to grow up in.

It’s a big decision. So, when you’re looking for that perfect property, you want to make sure you have the best advice and support.