Joanne Wilson

The Wilson Team

Phone: 613.733.9100  

Buying or selling a home is a big decision - you need experienced professionals to guide you through the process. When you work with us, you can count on personal, attentive, patient service, excellent knowledge of the area, great negotiation skills and expert selling strategies.

Contact Us

We are here to help with all your real estate needs and questions. Let us know what's on your mind and start a conversation.

Home Valuation

For most people, their house is their single biggest investment. Find out how much your investment is worth with a no-obligation market valuation.

Find a Dream Home

If you are in the market for your "Dream Home" then I would love to help. Simply fill out my Buyer Registration card and I will have suitable new listings emailed to you as soon as they come on the market.

Welcome Home!

Returning home from a vacation hopefully involves being rested and relaxed from your time away. Make your holiday vibes last as long as possible, with some practical, pre-trip “welcome home” planning.

  • Clean before you go. Tidy your home, clean out the fridge, take out the garbage, change the sheets and towels, and try and clear the laundry hamper too if you can, before you leave for your holiday.
  • Do some meal planning. If you’re away for a long vacation, you won’t want to leave anything perishable in the fridge, however you’ll want to ensure you have some frozen meals or even something like pasta and sauce on hand to get you through your first evening back.
  • Unplug and shut down. If your home will be completely vacant for some time, there’s no need to keep all your appliances plugged in. In addition to saving energy (and therefore money), unplugging them may also save some electrical items from harm in case of a power surge. Do keep some lights on timers, however, to give the impression that somebody’s home.
  • Remember to bring a gift back for your neighbour. This is the one you’ll ask to keep an eye on your home, pick up your mail while you’re away and even shovel your driveway if necessary. Consider leaving a house key with a trusted friend, relative or neighbour too, so they can go into your home, water the plants and ensure everything is secure while you’re away. Check your home insurance policy, as having someone check your home frequently may actually be a requirement for coverage if you’re not physically present for a period of time.

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