Amica at Erin Mills Retire to Comfort and Luxury in this Resort–Inspired Amica™ Community
Welcome to Amica at Erin Mills, one of Mississauga's most popular retirement destinations for today's independent, active senior. This wonderfully spacious, yet warm and comfortable retirement residence is located in the heart of one of Mississauga's most desirable residential areas. Inviting and friendly, it is close to shopping, transit, local services and all the other amenities a family–oriented community would need.
Amica at Erin Mills offers spacious, private studios, alcoves and one and two bedroom suites featuring bright living spaces, kitchenettes and private bathrooms. With a host of five–star amenities and services, including fine dining, Wellness & Vitality™ programs, weekly housekeeping and a 24–hour Concierge, you can live a care–free retirement lifestyle knowing that for one all–inclusive monthly fee, all you will have to worry about is what activity you want to do next!
If the time has come for You to "Find Your Dream Home In Erin Mills", then we would love to help. New properties are listed every day. By filling out the form, we can have new Listings emailed to You as soon as they become available.
The Equity in your home is like any other investment - it needs to be monitored. Homeowners should have their Equity evaluated once a year.
Now might be the perfect time...
Including Erin Mills, Erin Mills West, Erin Mills Central and Streetsville
Erin Mills is an integrated residential, industrial and commercial community, with modern community centres, fabulous shopping, convenient transportation (including minutes to GO) and high demand school districts.
The first phase, Erin Mills South, known later as Erin Mills, was built beginning in the early 1970s continuing through the decade. A display centre formerly built to serve home buyers and residents as a meeting hall, etc. was closed in the early 1980s and was transformed into the large, popular nightclub "Richard's". This club was closed in the early 1990s due to noise concerns from nearby residents and the building sat empty for many years until being torn down later that decade.
Erin Mills West, phase 2 of the "New Town" development, was completed in the mid-1980s. This area was part of the town of Oakville until 1974 when with the advent of regional government, the city of Mississauga was established and its westerly boundary was extended to 9th line north of Dundas Street West. These lands then became part of Mississauga.
Erin Mills Central, phase 3, is for the most part fully developed. This section contains everything from hi-rise condominiums to large low density housing. Its focal point is the Erin Mills Town Centre, which was completed in 1989. Credit Valley Hospital, the largest in Mississauga, is located in this area. The older village of Streetsville sits adjacent to Erin Mills Central to the east, running along the Credit River. Both areas are connected closely, even in the context of Mississauga as a whole. For example, the Streestville GO station serves as a commuter point for many Erin Mills residents travelling to work in Toronto and Streetsville residents use Erin Mills Town Centre as their primary retail shopping centre. The telephone exchanges in Erin Mills are referred to as "Streetsville exchanges", even though most are not located in the older section of the village.
Ten Things You Should Ask a Real Estate Agent
Having the right real estate professional by your side can greatly improve your home-buying experience. A good rule of thumb is to interview a minimum of three candidates.
Here are 10 questions to ask during an interview:
Are you a full-time professional REALTOR? How long have you worked full-time in real estate? What geographic areas do you specialize in?
Do you have a website? What information can I find there?
How will you keep me informed during my home search and throughout the transaction?
Do you have a staff or a team? If so, what roles do they play in my transaction?
Will you show me properties from other companies' listings? (Some real estate companies do offer their buyers' agents a higher commission if they are able to sell "in-house" listings. In those instances, there can be added incentive to limit the range of homes you are shown. This may affect your home search and how much your agent's fee will be.)
Will you represent me exclusively, or will you also represent the seller? May I have that in writing?
How will you get paid? How are your fees structured? May I have that in writing?
What distinguishes you from other real estate agents? What is your negotiating style?
May I contact some of your recent clients as references?
Do you have a performance guarantee? If I am not satisfied with your performance, can I terminate our buyer agency agreement?
In the heavily regulated world of real estate, it can be difficult to offer a performance guarantee. Typically, agents will outline verbally what you can expect from their performance. Keller Williams Realty understands the importance of win-win business relationships: The agent does not benefit if the client does not benefit.
Annual Breakfast With Santa 2015
Thanks to everyone who came out to our 2015 Annual Breakfast With Santa Event at Turtle Jacks in the Meadovale Town Centre in Mississauga, Ontario.
We had a wonderful time and wanted to share some pictures from the day.
Happy Holidays to everyone!
The Great Pumpkin Fest 2015
Thanks to all of you who came out to claim your FREE pumpkin and enjoy some snacks and beverages at this years Pumpkin Fest. It was wonderful seeing you and your families! Here's wishing everyone a safe and Happy Halloween!
Run For The Cure
Thank you for all your generous donations and support and making this years' CIBC Run for the Cure for Breast Cancer so successful. This year I raised $1,105.00 for the cause thanks to all of you!
It was great to see friends, clients and colleagues all doing their part. I completed the 5km walk along with my husband Ken, daughter Julie, son Peter and grandson Nicholas. We had a great time. Thank you again for your support, generosity and participation.
To make the best remodel or move decision, it is important to understand all the reasons that you have to remodel and all the reasons that you have to move. This article reviews common reasons to move.
1. Failure to effectively market the property. Good marketing distinguishes your home from hundreds
Home value sometimes referred to as "Value in Use", is best described as the probable price at which a home trades in a free, competitive, and open market and is synonymous with the market value.
When should I sell my home? Your answer to this question might be right now! If you have taken a job in another city or made an offer on a new home, or had an addition to your family, selling your home fast might be the most important goal you have. Most people, however, have some flexibility when they sell their home. Let us take a closer look at the most important factors that can go into this decision.
There are many television shows today that focus on home staging. If you have not watched any, do yourself a favor and tune in. They all say the same thing: do not even consider putting your house on the market until you have taken a close look at its condition. Experienced sales people know that you only have one shot at impressing potential buyers, so take some time to prepare your home for showings. You will be rewarded with a faster sale and a higher offer.