kingston real estate


spring Has sprung

a breath of fresh air!

As the chill of winter begins to fade and the days grow longer, there's a palpable sense of excitement in the air – spring has arrived! For homeowners and prospective buyers alike, the first day of spring marks the perfect time to embrace new beginnings and fresh opportunities in the real estate market.


spring 2024

WHAT can you expect?

As you know, the real estate market has been quite slow in the past 6 months. However, since the beginning of January, we have noticed some significant changes in the local Kingston real estate market. Click below to get my thoughts on what is to come this spring.


top 10 home renovations with the best return

make your work count!

Are you thinking of renovating your home and wondering what upgrades and changes will give you the best ROI? Let me guide you in the right direction. Click below to find out the top 10 renovations you can make to put more money in your pocket when it's time to sell!


how to choose a REALTOr


When you make the important decision to buy or sell a home, the next step is finding a real estate agent to represent you in the transaction. Click below to view some important questions to ask when you are looking to hire a real estate agent.


adding CURb appeal to your home

give a good first impression

Are you looking to sell your home in the Kingston area this spring? Curb appeal goes a long way with buyers so let me share some ideas on how you can improve your home from the outside. 


what are the cLosing costs for buyers?

fees and expenses explained

If you are looking to buy a home in the Kingston area and are starting to house hunt with your REALTOR®, you need to factor closing costs into the equation. Closing costs are different for buyers and sellers so let me break down these expenses so you know what to expect. Click below to find out more!


thinking of buying in kingston, on?

you should use your own buyer agent!

Have you been thinking about buying a property in or around Kingston, ON? Maybe you have seen a listing you like and have phoned that realtor in Kingston to schedule a viewing. Well, that listing agent works for their seller and there are plenty of reasons why you should not work with them - Here's why!


top 5 home ownership problems to watch out for

issues that should not be ignored

If you have recently purchased a home, you may need some some insight and guidance on what you should pay attention during home ownership. This blog article points out the top 5 red flags that you should not ignore in your household.


how to build a new house

things to consider before getting started

Are you interested in new construction? Thinking about what it would take to have your own house designed and built in a location that you love?  If you are considering this direction in real estate, there are important factors to consider before making the plunge. Click below to get started!


relocating to Kingston, ontario

Everything you want to know

If you are thinking about moving to Kingston and are interested in some useful information on how to get here,  the best restaurants and cafes, schools in the area etc., this article is for you! Click below to find out more.


6 tips on how to win in multiple offers

steps you can take to improve your chances in a bidding war

If you are thinking about buying in Kingston this Spring, you may face some challenges on top of higher interest rates. Many Sellers in the area are changing their listing strategy and aiming for multiple offer situations. Here are some tips on how to improve your chances of winning in a bidding war.



TiPS on How To get Attention from buyers

Has your house been sitting on the market for quite some time? Are you wondering what is going on and how you can get buyers interested in booking a viewing? You may not be able to control all of the reasons why your home is not selling but you can certainly tackle some. Here are the top 5 reasons why your home may not be getting the attention that you expected.


10 tips on how to cope with higher interest rates

the increase in rates can be stressful. let's alleviate that!

Canada is now moving through a phase of increasing interest rates as the Bank of Canada  manages higher inflation and other factors in the economy. Since the interest rate rose at the beginning of March 2022 — the first time in four years — the changes have begun to impact Canadian households in a variety of ways. Here are some ways to reduce this stress on your daily life.