Possession day has finally arrived! It’s time to settle in and make this house your own. Of
course, there will be many decisions to make – what color will you paint the walls? Do the cups
go in the cupboard beside the sink or closer to the dining table? Where is the perfect place for
that beautiful dresser passed down from Grandma? Will you allow that deer head on your wall?
With all the excitement and busyness of moving into your new home, there are a few important
things you won’t want to forget.

There is a law in Manitoba stating that a home must be in the same condition when you move
in as it was during your showing, or you can request it to be fixed. It is VERY important that
you do a thorough inspection of the property…

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, is a vibrant city that is home to a diverse range of cultures and traditions. One of the best ways to experience the city's rich cultural heritage is by attending some of its many festivals. From music and dance to food and art, there is something for everyone in Winnipeg. Here are five festivals you won't want to miss.

  1. Folklorama is one of the largest and most popular festivals in Winnipeg. It takes place over two weeks in August and features cultural displays, live music, dance performances, and authentic cuisine from around the world. Each night, a different pavilion is open, showcasing a different culture, and attendees can travel the world without leaving the city.

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5 Reasons You Need to Move to Southeast Manitoba

Likely one of the most underestimated places in Canada. Southeast Manitoba is a fantastic place to start a business, raise a family and build a community. With our average home sale being almost 50% the national average this is an incredible place to not just own a home but build a life. Here are 5 reasons you should move here.

  1. Natural beauty: Southeast Manitoba is known for its beautiful landscapes, stunning horizons, forests, rivers, and lakes. With the 3 provincial parks, including Birds Hill, St. Malo and The Whiteshell Provincial Park within 1 hour away, there are recreational opportunities available, including hiking, camping, fishing, and boating.

  2. Strong communities: The region…

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