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CLOSE-OUT FALL Courtesy of Rona
- Winterize yard tools and store them until spring when they can be maintained before the weather warms.
- Spray, wipe, and clean soil and grass clippings off of lawn mower, string trimmer, hedge trimmer, and other yard power tools to prevent rust formation.
- Use a brush, putty knife, and water to clean blades. Remember to remove the spark plug before beginning work.
- Scrub rust spots off of the equipment with a wire brush and spray the area with rust-inhibiting enamel.
- Drain the oil and gasoline tanks. Continue reading “Fall and Winter Home Checklist Checklist — Courtesy of Rona” »
My long suffering lawyer is waiting patiently for me and John to revise our Wills. This is a reminder of why!
By Paul Russell | Wed Jul 14 2010
It’s important to update your will after you have a baby. (edit: and after you buy a house!)
Many Canadians haven’t taken the most basic estate planning step which is writing a Will. They should. Without a Will, your estate doesn’t automatically go to your spouse and children, but ends up being distributed according to the rules of your province. Continue reading “Estate Planning — Planning for the inevitable.” »
I wonder how my clients, prospective clients, friends, advocates, and my family would feel if I told them I had never read the conflict of interest guidelines related to my work as a real estate sales representative? How would your employers feel if you decided that your volunteer work was more important than your paid job as Mayor for 2 hours every day throughout the summer football season.
I am sorry to get bent out of shape again about Rob Ford, but really, how would the world work if we all operated like that? How would it be if I just decided that ignorance was a good defense? I could try this:
“Hey, Client X. How is your summer going? I am doing a really good job selling your house while you are at your cottage. I had a great idea to help people out who had nowhere to go on this hot day. I thought it would be OK if I just used your keys to let myself in and have a party by Continue reading “Political Football” »