Blog - Rachelle Aurini

A little advice for first time buyers…

Written by Rachelle Aurini on March 12, 2019

If you’ve never purchased a house before, you may have no idea where to begin when preparing to become a homeowner. You may be on the fence about buying, or you may feel like you are ready to buy a home … Continue Reading


Spring Forward Into Your New Home

Written by Rachelle Aurini on March 9, 2019

This weekend, most of us will be turning our clocks an hour ahead as we ‘spring forward.’ We may be losing an hour of sleep, but that doesn’t mean you should lose hope on finding a home you love. If … Continue Reading


Simple Tips For Your Next Open House

Written by Rachelle Aurini on March 3, 2019

Selling your home can feel like a daunting task, but it shouldn’t. It is our job as agents to walk you through every step, including your open house. We are going to give you all the tools we have to … Continue Reading


Achieve Feng Shui In Your Home

Written by Rachelle Aurini on February 22, 2019

If you take the time to dig into the philosophy around feng shui, you’ll understand that it doesn’t come off as esoteric as one my think. It’s based around the simple practices to make a home feel healthier and a … Continue Reading


Using baking soda in your laundry room

Written by Rachelle Aurini on February 18, 2019

That orange box of baking soda tucked away in your fridge or kitchen cabinet can also be an inexpensive, and earth-friendly, solution for your laundry needs. It’s safe to use in both standard and high-efficiency washers and is one of … Continue Reading


West Lincoln

Written by Rachelle Aurini on February 14, 2019

On January 1st, 1970 the Township of West Lincoln was incorporated as a local Municipality within the Regional Municipality of Niagara. The Township is an amalgamation of the former Townships of South Grimsby, Caistor, and Gainsborough. Smithville is the largest … Continue Reading


Stoney Creek

Written by Rachelle Aurini on February 14, 2019

Historic Stoney Creek has a long and honourable provenance and is one of the oldest communities in the City of Hamilton. Known for its central location on Lake Ontario and within the Golden Horseshow, Stoney Creek is a geographically diverse … Continue Reading


Smithville

Written by Rachelle Aurini on February 14, 2019

A sign just outside of the town would suggest that Smithville is known as “The Hub of the Niagara Peninsula,” and some marketers would have you suggest the town is “The Chicken Capital of Canada.”

Although small, it is quite well-known … Continue Reading


Hamilton West

Written by Rachelle Aurini on February 14, 2019

Hamilton is a community of rich cultural heritage, home to both natural and manmade wonders. Although its history goes back much further, the City was founded shortly after the war of 1812 by George Hamilton, a merchant, soldier and politician. … Continue Reading


Hamilton Mountain

Written by Rachelle Aurini on February 14, 2019

Hamilton Mountain sits above the Escarpment and is often refered to as “The Mountain”. As recently as the 1990’s, there were active farms north of Limeridge Road and to the east of Upper Ottawa. Today, with a few exception, … Continue Reading