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Keller Williams Red Day May 10, 2018

Introduced in 2009, RED Day, which stands for Renew, Energize and Donate, is Keller Williams Realty's annual day of service.

Each year on the second Thursday of May, associates celebrate Mo Anderson's birthday by spending the day away from their businesses serving worthy organizations and causes in their communities.

RED Day is just another example of our commitment to each other and to the cities and communities where we live and work. Join us!

This year, our efforts are geared once again toward helping (in any way that we can) our neighbours, friends and family!

Join us for a car wash at our offices located at:

277 The Queensway S.

See you there! - Steve

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After a long winter cooped up indoors, spring is the perfect time to start reimagining your home and making upgrades that create a fresh, welcoming vibe. These project ideas—some big, some small—can help breathe new life into your home so that you're ready to enjoy your favourite rooms to the fullest.

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Air it out. Months of closed windows and doors can make any room feel dusty and stale. As soon as temperatures allow, throw open the windows and skylights to let the fresh air chase away the remnants of winter. It's also the perfect time to launder window treatments and clean area rugs. If you're considering an update to the overall décor, changing out these textiles is an easy and affordable way to create a new look.

Paint to perfection.

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The Lake Simcoe Championship Ice Fishing Derby will be held on Sunday, February 18th, 2018.

  • Check-in and Weigh-in will be at Rayner’s Park, 50 Lake Drive North, Keswick ON
  • Sign in starts at 6:00am
  • Inspections are between 6:00am and 8:00am.
  • Tournament hours are 8:00am – 1:00pm (no holes drilled until 8:00am.)
  • Weigh-in line up closes at 2:00pm
More info at:   Tickets on sale at our office located at:   277 The Queensway S, Keswick, ON L4P 2B4
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Three Tips for Holiday Home Security

"Over the river and through the woods, to grandmother's house we go ..." Or maybe for your family, holidays signify a cruise to tropical destinations or a chance to hit the slopes at a ski resort.
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Wherever you're heading this holiday season, keep your home safe in your absence with these three simple tips:

1. Keep the lights on.

Pick up a few inexpensive light timers. By programming different lamps or light fixtures to come on at different times, you can create the illusion that someone is home.

2. Lock it up.

Double-check all window and door locks to confirm they're still operational and effective.

3. Be neighbourly.

Tell your neighbours about your travel plans, making sure to leave contact information so

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How The Boomers' Record Inheritance Will Impact Real Estate

About 10 years ago, a study suggested that "baby boomers" were about to inherit a trillion dollars. Many boomers have already received their inheritance and it's one reason why the country's real estate boom has lasted so long.

But a new report by Benjamin Tal at CIBC Economics, based on a survey by Angus Reid Forum, says that during the next decade there is still about $750 billion to be transferred to Canadians aged 50 to 75 in the largest intergenerational wealth transfer in Canadian history.

Tal says that guessing how much money will be inherited is tricky.

"Most estimates are based on forward-looking questions, asking potential beneficiaries what they expect to receive," he says.

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Clean Out Your Closet And Help A Charity

When you clean out your closet (or your whole house), the "donate" pile can get pretty big. But there's no need to worry about lugging everything to a donation centre. Clothesline will send a truck right to your door to pick up your gently used clothing, electronics and small household items for free. The proceeds will go to the Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) to support its research, education and advocacy programs.

Each year, Clothesline, a national Canadian program, raises more than $10 million and diverts more than 100 million pounds of clothing and household items from landfill sites across the nation, something else donors feel good about.

The CDA started the program in 1985 as an innovative way

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Spots of red in the trees and a slight chill in the air can only mean one thing. It's time to put away our flip flops and nestle into a new season: Autumn. Say what you will about the extremes of our climate here in Georgina, and all across Ontario, but there are many things about this looming season which we can all agree gives us warm and cozy vibes (and we're not just referring to the infamous return of the Pumpkin-Spice Latte). So let us help you set the mood for autumn in your home by stimulating all 5 senses:

Sight: Invite warm tones into your home decor by accenting your couch with a red pillow or taking out your Thanksgiving accessories a little early. That orange table cloth or classic cornucopia centre piece will create an instant surge of

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As we grudgingly bid farewell to what always seems like a short-lived summer, it’s difficult to imagine how the fun can continue after the first school bell rings. Whether you need to keep your kids occupied after school, or you’re worried about them falling victim to boredom, the active Town of Georgina has got you covered. To help soften the blow of sending your troops back-to-school, we have compiled a list of fun after-school programs/activities to consider registering for this fall.

The ROC is loaded with activities anyone would enjoy. Buy your Season Pass before October 31 to take advantage of their Early Bird Special for 2017/2018, with prices starting at $79 +HST. Your season pass includes unlimited access to tubing, skiing and snowboarding. 

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