Three Stupid Monkeys of Real Estate

Who is not familiar with three wise monkey! Speak no evil, hear no evil, see no evil! Well, those three wise characters have some very unwise siblings, those that Hear NO GOOD, See NO GOOD, Speak NO GOOD and Do NO GOOD! And who gets hurt? Stupid Monkey!

Three Stupid Monkeys of Real Estate

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Creative Home Designs – 3D Floors

Just imagine – your floor could be anything, literally anything, from green spring meadow to crazy cascades of waterfalls! 3D Floors is nothing but polymeric decorative covering for your existing floors. Manufactures claim, that this type of floors is easy to install, wear and water resistant, smooth and flat, easy to clean. Some of them look a little extreme, but let's check it out!

1. Waterfalls in the living room!


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Open House – 215 Mississauga Valley Blvd, Unit 86, Mississauga – Sun. Jul 27th – 1-4pm

Everyone is welcome to my open house! Bring in your family and friends.

215 Mississauga Valley Blvd, Unit 86, Mississauga, Ontario L5A1Y7

Conveniently Located 3 Bedroom Townhome That Back’s On To A Park. The Comfort Features Of This 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths Home Includes An L-Shape Living/Dining Room. Renovated Kitchen With Oak Cabinets. Laminate Flooring Thru-Out. Partially Finished Basement. Move In Condition. Near Schools, Transit, Sq. 1, Groceries, Shopping Plaza And All Other Amenities. Newer Cac, Furnace, Windows. All Appliances, All Elfs, All Window Coverings

For more information go to: 215 Mississauga Valley Blvd, Unit 86, Mississauga, Ontario L5A1Y7

Your Real Estate Connection:
Marina Gavrylyuk
Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group Summit Realty

Do Realtors Help Information and Service Beggers?

According to Wikipedia: Begging or panhandling is the practice of imploring others to grant a favor, often a gift of money, with little or no expectation of reciprocation. Beggars may be found in public places such as transport routes, urban parks, and near busy markets. Besides money, they may also ask for food, drink, cigarettes or other small items.

Beggar, 1622, by Jacques Callot
According to a study in the journal of the Canadian Medical Association, "(70%) [of beggars] stated that they would prefer a minimum-wage job, typically citing a desire for a 'steady income' or 'getting off the street.' However, many felt they could not handle conventional jobs because of mental illness, physical disability or lack of skills

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