The Tracie Tattrie Team

It is a great time to own Real Estate in Kingston, Ontario. I love this beautiful city and know the ins and outs of almost every neighbourhood in the city and surrounding areas. Whether you're a first time home buyer, looking to downsize, looking to sell or invest we are confident you will be another happy client.

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The Tracie Tattrie Team

Kingston’s East Side

The east side of Kingston, Ontario is accessible via the 401 at​ #15 highway or by the LaSalle causeway.  The causeway is what separates Kingston’s inner and outer harbours and offers a ​gorgeous view of both.  When I am driving into Kingston from the east side towards the causeway I am always reminded how beautiful this city […]

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Top Reasons Your House Isn’t Selling

There is something very personal about listing your home and having it sit on the market for months without being able to find a buyer. Here is my insight into why a home isn’t selling. PRICE FIRST AND FOREMOST – When homes are priced too high they don’t sell in a timely manner. You may find […]

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It’s All About the Pre-Listing Period

I recently had a conversation with clients, thanking them for being more than accommodating during the pre-listing period. For the average person, having your house for sale can be overwhelming and stressful. It’s not easy receiving calls from your realtor for same day showings or being displaced for a two-hour open house. Having your house […]

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Spring Selling

Now that the long, cold months of winter are behind us, and spring has made her much-anticipated (and long awaited) arrival, many Kingstonians are planning their next move. Spring is oftentimes the most preferred season to list a home, because the kids are still in school and homes look their best — after all, the flowers are blooming and the trees are bright green. […]

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Maximize Your Selling Potential During the Winter Months

A common question I get from sellers is, “When do you think is the best time to sell my home?” It’s a great question and the answer isn’t as obvious as you may think. I personally have moved during the winter, summer and fall. My fall move may have been my favourite. There are always buyers […]

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6 things to do after the Santa Claus Parade this Saturday

Santa will be starting his trip on Princess starting at Bath rd (Canadian Tire) at 5pm. During the parade the Kingston Food Bank – Partners in mission http://www.kingstonfoodbank.net will be collecting food donations during the parade, so don’t forget your donations and the Food Bank thanks you in advance.   Menchies – Princess and Sydenham. Yummy treats to be enjoyed in this […]

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Finding the Perfect Neighbourhood

Kingston is an amazing waterfront city rich in history and flavour. Finding the right neighbourhood for you can be overwhelming and involves careful research — especially for those moving in from other markets. DEVELOPING YOUR WISH LIST There are two wish lists to take into account when moving. The first list considers the features of […]

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‘Garden Party’ for Habitat for Humanity

‘Garden Party’ for Habitat for Humanity   STEP ONE:  The idea!   It was about two years ago I saw a picture of hundreds of people dressed in white in a park in downtown Vancouver.  They were drinking wine in top hats and wonderful flowy dresses and I was intrigued.  As the chair for special […]

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Leading the Way in the Kingston Real Estate Market

Leading the Way in the Kingston Real Estate Market  By Deborah Melman-Clement & Amanda Garreau   The technological revolution is touching every part of our lives – including how we buy homes. “It’s nice to sit with a coffee and flip through the real estate section of the newspaper,” says Royal LePage ProAlliance realtor Tracie Tattrie, […]

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