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Pattie Lovett-Reid: Rolling up the sleeves for home renovations? Proceed with caution
The housing market is still on fire in the GTA. Pricing remains high, with an increase of 25% year over year, according to the Canadian Real Estate Association. But home purchasing hasn't slowed down. Instead, potential homebuyers are considering buying a fixer-upper in order to afford a new home. Raphael Sammut, General Manager of Billdr Toronto shares his insight on construction material price fluctuations and their impact on home renovations for homebuyers looking to renovate.
CTV News | July 20, 2021Read more
De l’aide pour faciliter les travaux de réno
Finding a trusted general contractor to carry out renovation work is not always easy. La Presse spoke with Philippe Lussier, who started the process just before the pandemic in February 2020 (Translated from French).
La Presse | February 6, 2021Read more
PME Innovation: Un Tinder de la rénovation résidentielle
By attempting to profit from house-flipping during his years at Polytechnique Montreal, Bertrand Nembot understood early on that quality renovations at reasonable prices are rare. Ten years later, he designed a Tinder-style app for homeowners and general contractors – but with a chaperone – to ensure a quality relationship (Translated from French).
La Presse | February 1, 2021Read more
Billdr: des rénovations clés en main
Social distancing has awakened the desire of many to improve their homes. But often, with renovations also comes complications. And for this reason, 77% of Quebecers say they are stressed when they undertake work (Translated from French).
HuffPost | January 11, 2021Read more
Billdr offers an intelligent platform to manage renovation projects with complete peace of mind
If you feel apprehensive about home renovations for fear of having a bad experience, you are not alone. According to a Léger survey conducted in October 2020 for Billdr Canada Inc. (Billdr), more than three-quarters (77%) of Montrealers say they still find it stressful today to undertake and coordinate major renovation work.
Business Insider | November 25, 2020Read more