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SOLD Large, two bed/two bath condo apartment with views to Lake Ontario

  Live at the end of the Confederation Trail and enjoy the views and sounds of Lake Ontario every day! This is one of the largest condo floor plans available at Shoreview Place with two-bedrooms (with two walk-in closets), two-baths, an additional den, and laundry/utility room. It features upgrades to the builder basics including floor tiling in the kitchen and foyer, kitchen and bathroom lighting, and a floor-to-ceiling tiled spa shower. Also an upgraded five appliance package. A large storage unit is located on the same floor as the suite and there is one parking spot in the underground parking. The building includes a gym, a rooftop terrace, and a common room but please note that all amenities are currently closed to due COVID and not available to view. The location offers walking trails, a swimming beach and quick access to the QEW.  $539,000.   SOLD  Full Listing

Do not rent a water heater!

For many years a homeowner would rent a water heater and when they sold the house the new buyer would assume the rental.  And why would this not continue? The answer is that many things have changed. As things tend to do.....  Rental contracts for many types of household equipment are now varied and can often contain commitments that you would not wish to willingly take on. Terms, price increases, very high buy-outs - they are far from standard.  Each requires careful review and that information is not always easy to determine when it comes time to sell and often the pace of the market prevents a buyer from making proper inquiries.  In other words, rented equipment complicates the selling/buying process more than it should and this causes confusion and apprehension.  In the negotiation process, confusion is costly!   Also, it just does not make good sense! Call and get a quote to install a water heater and compare that cost to a contract price.   How many times did you want to  pay for