With the warm weather approaching most of our new homeowner’s may be looking to get their yards fenced. As long as final grading has been completed and you have received confirmation, there is nothing stopping you. This weeks blog post, we’ve decided to share a few different looks and ideas for inspiration. There are tons of different styles out there based on the amount of privacy wanted. Here are some photos of our favorite looks.
We hope you’ve considered out inspirational photos helpful for your next fencing project.
The London Floorplan brings great character to the neighborhood, its contrasting exterior becomes the focal point of the street in a good way. There are laminate floors throughout the main, with a light and bright kitchen it really sets a serene tone to the home.
This contemporary home is kept clean and simple with its interior finishes. Bring in your personality and color with your décor! Contact us today for your viewing.
This York layout is built and ready for you and your family to move on in. Its edgy exterior will definitely catch your eye. With 1580SF of living space, welcoming entryway and a spacious kitchen finished with stunning quartz counters. Floor to ceiling tile shower In the ensuite to you to end your day in relaxation. Located at 1848 Foxridge Crescent just minutes away from a university and local shopping mall. Call us Today!
This Bristol floorplan is built and ready for you to move in! An eye catching modern exterior with 1711sqft of living space. Luxurious 12×24 ceramic tile welcome you into the home with black iron spindle railings throughout. Laminate flooring through an open concept kitchen, dining room and spacious living room. A Sunlight Heritage Homes community that we know you will love. Call us today for your private viewing!
This Iris Model is ready for you to move in! With 1580SF of living space this layout screams functionality. Laminate floors bring you into a contrasting white cabinet kitchen with dark quartz counters. Spacious master bedroom and dreamy walk in closet. Located on 89 Yvonne Crescent a lovely greenspace lot, call us today!
Coming up with a down payment of thousands of dollars can be really tough. Especially if you are already struggling with loans, rent and life overall. With most home prices being over $200,000 these days banks are looking for 20% down. That could mean coming up with $40,000 or more. There are lots of things that you can cut out and temporary sacrifice to get you to that end goal of owning your brand new home! Here are our top 10 to help make this dream come true.
Make coffee at home versus those daily lattes.
Stick to watching Netflix instead of going out for movies!
Put away those credit cards
Switch Phone plan to the lowest possible
Cut out Cable TV
Use coupons at the grocery store or price match
Sell unused items online
Do you smoke? No better time to quit, not only will your health improve. Smokers can save thousands a year by kicking the habit.
No more eating out at restaurants.
Swap out that vacation for a staycation.
Remember this may be a tough time but the outcome will be completely worth it! If your goal is to save 20% calculate it by dividing the price of the house by 100, than multiplying that by 20!
Need additional help saving for that new build. Contact us at Sunlight Heritage Homes or visit our website www.sunlightheritagehomes.ca
London (not to be confused with the city of London in Great Britain) is located in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Situated near the Windsor city-Windsor corridor, it’s a densely populated city with a population 366, 151, as stated by the 2011 Canadian census. The region is at the meeting point of the Thames. Lord Simcoe was the one who named London and Thames in 1793, and proposed to make it a capital for Upper Canada.
When it comes to studies, it is the hub for Healthcare and education, and is known for hosting musical and artistic exhibits and festivals, which contribute to its tourism industry. Its economic activity, however, focuses on Education, medical research, insurance and information technology.hen it comes to education, London has got more than 20 private schools. The public elementary and secondary schools are governed by four school boards.
For higher education, the city has institutions that specialize in arts, technology, finance and other fields.
Here are some of the known names in higher education in London.
University of Western Ontario: It’s a public research university in London, Ontario. It was established by Bishop Isaac Hellmuth of the Anglican Diocese of Huron. Back then, it was called ‘the Western University of London Ontario’. In 2015, the University was ranked 201-300 in the world and 7-16 in Canada. Earlier, in 2011, it was ranked 157th in the world, making it seventh in Canada.
Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Technology: One of the largest colleges, it’s located in Ontario, Canada, with campuses located in London, Simcoe, St. Thomas and Woodstock. It offers more than 200 degrees, a diploma, certificate and a graduate certificate, along with apprenticeship programs, and has 43,000 full-time, part-time, and online students for each year.
Ivey Business school: It’s a business school that is a part of the University of Western Ontario. It has been officially recognized by Bloomberg Businessweek for having the best full-time MBA Program outside the United States.