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If you are looking for a property in Windsor and Essex County, it is essential to get up to date information the minute it becomes available. Realtors have better access to Multiple Listing Information and can email customers properties based on their search criteria. Searches can be done based...
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About Gord O’Neil:
Gord is a Top Producer with over 25 years of experience. Gord specializes in the sale of single family residences and farm properties. Gord also has experience with multifamily and commercial properties.
Gord’s strong work ethic, excellent communication skills, and unmatched service to his clients, has resulted in his continued success as a top producing realtor in Windsor and Essex County.
Gord is a member of the Windsor Essex County Association of Realtors, the Ontario Real Estate Association and the Canadian Real Estate Association.
“Reputation is the measure of how much a community trusts you.”
Buckingham prides itself on having one of the best reputations in the industry.
As a leading Real Estate Broker since 1968, Buckingham has built a reputation of trust and integrity in Windsor and Essex County. Buckingham has over 60 experienced realtors on staff. We have helped tens of thousands of families, individuals and companies to sell and to purchase, resale homes, new homes, condominiums, commercial properties, factories and businesses.
It takes a special commitment to service to create relationships for life. Our entire organization, the salespeople, the support staff, the managers and owners must believe that satisfied customers are our main objective. Today, we enjoy the benefits of that commitment. Almost 90% of our new business comes from satisfied customers.
We know the Market, our sold sign has become the “Sign of Success” .
4 Offices to serve you including Windsor, Tecumseh, Tilbury and Amherstburg.
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Are you currenlty renting, and do not have the downpayment to buy a new home? The City of Windsor has received funds from the federal and provincial government to assist people with their downpayment requirements. Provided you qualify, this means you may not have to wait to save for that down payment. The program started on April 1, 2013 and their were 30-40 spots avaialble. As of April 19,2013 there were only 25 spots remaining. This is a great program, that people should try to take advantage of if your renting and thinking of buying. Their are several criteria that need to met to qualify, but it doesnt hurt to read further and submit an application if you...
Source From Canada Revenue Agency http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/gncy/bdgt/2009/fqhbtc-eng.html 1. What is the home buyers’ tax credit (HBTC)? For 2009 and subsequent years, the HBTC is a new non-refundable tax credit, based on an amount of $5,000, for certain home buyers that acquire a qualifying home after January 27, 2009 (i.e., generally means that the closing is after this date). 2. How is the new HBTC calculated? The HBTC is calculated by multiplying the lowest personal income tax rate for the year (15% in 2009) by $5,000. For 2009, the credit will be $750. 3. Am I eligible for the HBTC? You will qualify for the HBTC if: you or your spouse or common-law partner acquired...
Buyers Frequently Asked Questions: As a buyer, you have to make sure to know how the market works before you step in, or you risk missing out on the property of your dreams when you find it. Here are the core questions most buyers have. Feel free to send me one of your own. If I’m interested in a property, how can I determine if the list price is fair? How do I know what price to offer for a property? Do I need to have a home inspection done on every home I’m interested in? What happens to my deposit while I await closing? How do I go about finding open houses? Can...
Willistead Manor was built in 1906 for Edward Chandler Walker, the second son of Hiram Walker, founder of the world-renowned distillery. Willistead is the creation of Albert Kahn, a noted Detroit architect of the day. Kahn built three buildings on the 15-acre estate: the manor house, the coach house and the gatehouse. Designed in the 16th century Tudor-Jacobean style of an English Manor House, the main building was begun in 1904. No expense was spared in the materials or labour used. The exterior of gray limestone, quarried in Amherstburg, was hand cut at the Willistead work site by Scottish stonemasons specifically imported for the...