Frank Salvatore
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* Licensed since July 12th 1989. * A Top Producer in every facet of real estate. * RE/MAX 100% Club. * Outstanding Service Award. * President's Award. * Academy of Excellence Award. * Ontario Emerald Award, Top 3% in Western Region. * The desire to expand my knowledge, service and performance through continuing education, real estate seminars and motivational literature. * Over 10 years experience in home construction. * Graduate of Business and Marketing. * Experienced, professional, knowledgeable and ethical. * Excellent negotiating skills and a winning attitude. * Donations given to Sick Kids Hospital with every home sold. * Every home for sale is a Miracle Home.

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The Real Estate Insider™       Volume 2, Issue 9 The Real Estate Investment Network Ltd. Do Real Estate Investors Need a Family Trust? When you’re in the early stages of building your real estate portfolio, odds are you have asked yourself about creating a family trust. When the time comes... [Read more]

Introducing BetterBox

What is BetterBox? BetterBox is the convenient, cost effective, eco-friendly, and stress-free alternative to cardboard boxes. We deliver plastic moving boxes to the clients door and pick them up from their new home when they are done! BetterBoxes vs. Cardboard BetterBoxes are: 1. Stackable 2. Durable 3. Convenient 4. Cost-Effective 5. Eco-Friendly ... [Read more]

Hamilton has turned the corner, says Bratina

BRATINA Hamilton Mayor Bob Bratina believes Hamilton’s defining characteristic is now one of ‘opportunity’. John Rennison/The Hamilton Spectator Mayor Bob Bratina believes Hamilton’s defining characteristic is now one of “opportunity.”  He painted a picture at the Chamber of Commerce annual mayor’s breakfast Monday of a Hamilton overflowing with promise and prosperity. “The... [Read more]

Government Housing Policies are Adding to Risks for the Economy

TORONTO, Oct. 17, 2011 /CNW/ – A report by noted housing economist Will Dunning, entitled Restricted Land Supply and Rising Housing Costs in the GTA, concludes that government-imposed costs and constraints on land supply have caused both the prices of new housing and the level of economic risk to rise. A higher level of house prices means that in the event of a future economic slowdown, there... [Read more]

Speaking of Money….It’s Financial Planning Week

TORONTO, Oct. 17, 2011 /CNW/ – October 17-23 is Canada’s third annual Financial Planning Week and as part of its campaign to get more Canadians engaged in their financial wellbeing, Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC®) hit the streets to hear what Canadians are saying about money. The resulting video is just a slice of the many comments heard from Canadians of varying ages.... [Read more]

Canadian Home Sales Pick Up in September

OTTAWA, Oct. 17, 2011 /CNW/ – According to statistics1 released today by The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), national resale housing activity picked up in September 2011. Highlights: Sales activity rose 2.7 per cent in September from the previous month. Holding in line with the ten-year average, activity during the first nine months of this year pulled ahead of sales over the same... [Read more]

The Four Types of Mortgage Products

When purchasing real estate in the Hamilton area it’s important to consider your mortgage options.  Although there are specialty products available in the mortgage market like Interest Only mortgages and Balloon Payment Mortgages, the majority of homeowners opt for one of these four mortgage options: A fixed rate, a variable rate, a conventional or a high-ratio mortgage. Fixed Rate A fixed rate... [Read more]

The mortgage pre-approval

Are you looking to own real estate in Hamilton?  Getting a pre-approval from a lender makes it easier for you to find the home you want within your price range. However, getting pre-approved does not guarantee you’ll get the mortgage. It is simply a certificate saying that through a quick calculation of your finances, the lender has determined the amount of mortgage you can afford. The lender will... [Read more]

Home ownership benefits retirees

A recent study released by StatsCan found that purchasing a home is a wise choice as an investment for retirement. The study, which studied the years between 1969 and 2006, concluded that home ownership made a significant and rising contribution to household finances for retirement-age households. According to the report, Study: Incomes from owner-occupied housing for working-age and retirement-age... [Read more]

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