Home Show Tickets Available on Blog

Date: October 1st – 4th, 2009
This year we thought we would save some trees and offer home show tickets to anyone who wants them by having you respond on the blog.  If you are interested in a Pair of Free Home Show Tickets please leave us a comment that you would like a pair of tickets.  Don’t forget to let us know if you want to pick them up or if you want them mailed to us.  We will mail any requests that we get today, Monday and Tuesday.  After Tuesday you will have to pick them up at the office at:
Re/Max Realty Services Inc., Brokerage
391 Main Street North,
Brampton, On

The Fall Home Show is the destination for inspiration that features free hands-on workshops and demonstrations from local design celebrities and professionals. Your clients will be engaged at the main stage while they learn the latest trends in cooking and entertaining. They can get their renovation questions answered at the “What’s Your Design Dilemma” and receive FREE one-on-one decor advice at Destination Renovation.

Mark your calendars!
Shop, Compare and Save with more than 250 exhibitors and enjoy the
exclusive RE/MAX VIP experience:

» Exclusive RE/MAX VIP Entrance
» Reserved Seating at the Kitchen Stage
» Reserved Seating at the “Time to Update Your Look” Workshops
» Complimentary Wine Tasting in the RE/MAX VIP Kitchen Party Booth featuring Inniskillin and Jackson-Triggs

This weeks front page Guardian Ad – 21 Dunvegan $414,800


Ruth Ballantyne*

Realty Services Inc. Brokerage†

$ 414,800

As you enter this stunning 4 bdrm home through the dble doors you will be impressed with the custom wood staircase & Roman pillars outlining the formal LR. Gourmet eat-in kit. with brkfst bar, pantry, ceramic flr & W/O to yard. Separate DR perfect for entertaining. Main flr den & fam. rm with gas FP. Upper level boasts 4 spacious bdrms, master with luxurious ensuite with sep. shower & corner tub. Includes: CAC, roughin CVAC, wired for surround, potential for door from garage into home, rough-in bath in bsmt, 2nd for lndry & more. Shows 10 Virtual Tour at www.21Dunvegan.info. Call Ruth Today At 905-456-1000.

I Was Happy to See this Article on Realtors Care Today. Can You Find Me?


Realtors ride to show that they care


One of the most rewarding things a realtor can do is to help families find the perfect home. The Realtors Care Foundation works on the same goal through our support of shelter related charities in Ontario.
Each year, they help families in need of emergency and permanent housing through their work with charities like Home Ownership Affordability Partnership (HOAP), Habitat for Humanity, shelters (Cambridge Shelter, A Place called Home, Out of the Cold, Unity Project), Community Living and Hospices.
The work of the Realtors Care Foundation is made possible through the generous support of realtors and local Real Estate Boards from across Ontario.
Supporters contribute to the foundation in many ways including various charity events. These events raise thousands of dollars in support of the foundation’s fundraising efforts.
Since its original inception the foundation has granted more than
Brampton realtors and friends gather outside the Brampton Real Estate Board offiice prior to joining the recent 5th annual Realtors Care Foundation Charity Motorcycle Ride.
$2 million, on behalf of the Ontario realtors to shelter-based organizations across the province.
From July 8 to 11 realtors, families and friends joined together to celebrate the 5th Annual Realtors Care Foundation Charity Motorcycle Ride.
The kick off took place at the Brampton Real Estate Board.
Upon arrival, riders were greeted by Pauline Aunger, OREA president, Edward Barisa, CEO at OREA, and Sharon Lee, director of development Realtors Care Foundation, BREB’s president Leah Shaw, President Elect Ruth Ballantyne, Chief Executive Officer Lynn Martin and the board staff.
All participants were provided with breakfast and goodie bags compliments of the Brampton Real Estate Board.
A group photo was taken and a cheque presentation was made to the foundation by Shaw.
Throughout the ride, 14 real estate boards across south-western Ontario welcomed the riders and showed their support through donations to the foundation, photo opportunities and providing the riders with gifts, refreshments, snacks, breakfasts, barbecue lunches and dinners along the way.
Stops included Orangeville, Guelph, Cambridge, Kitchener- Waterloo, Stratford, Grand Bend, Sarnia, Chatham, Windsor, Tillsonburg, Simcoe, Port Dover, Brantford, Hamilton-Burlington, and St. Catharines.
Collections were made throughout the ride for donations to the Realtors Care Foundation, including pledges for the ride and other foundation campaigns.
Although the total amount has not yet been calculated, we estimate collections were made in excess of $40,000 that will help support shelter related causes in your communities.
For more information about the Realtors Care Foundation, please visit www.realtorscareontario.ca.