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Cameron Paine is an experienced real estate professional who began his career with Buckingham Realty (Windsor) Ltd. in 1994. Cameron has been involved in over $75,000,000 in real estate transactions in Windsor and Essex County. Cameron is known for his knowledgeable, honest approach to real estate. Click here for more information on Cameron.
Locally founded, locally owned and locally operated. Buckingham is a leading real estate broker that services the Windsor and Essex County real estate market. 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” in Windsor, Tecumseh, Lakeshore, LaSalle, Amherstburg and throughout Essex County. ” A Trusted Local Realtor Since 1968″Read More
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Real Estate Taxes effect all property owners in Canada and are often not something property owners pay close enough attention too. In Ontario the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) assesses properties for their estimated market value, the municipality then takes this assessment and applies its mill rate (depending on your property type) which determines the taxes payable by the property owner. The City of Windsor’s residential and commercial mill rates have been the highest in Essex County, and one of the highest in Canada for several years. With high mill rates, I always recommend paying close attention to your assessment. Checking the value of your property is something that should be done every...
Compliments of www.cameronpaine.com Homebuyers often have concerns about mould, but are their fears justified? Although thousands of types of mould exist, only a few are actually harmful to people. Toxic varieties, such as moulds from the genus Stachybotrys, can produce chemicals linked to various health problems including sinus infections, asthma and certain respiratory infections. However, mould must generally be present in large quantities to have a noticeable effect on most people. Mould eats wood cellulose and can potentially affect the structural integrity of wood. Some insurance companies have excluded mould damage from both first party and third party coverage. Property owners may be able to obtain costly site-specific environmental insurance that specifically includes mould...