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Stayner Real Estate Agent

Stayner real estate agent, Realtor

Stayner Ontario is located just a few kilometres south of Collingwood in Clearview Township. A vibrant rural community with the charm of small town living. The main intersection of Highway 26 and Airport Road is the heart of the town and short driving distance to all the areas attractions.  The homes in Stayner are normally lower priced than it’s neighbouring cities but are an excellent choice for families.

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Municipality: Township of Clearview

Clearview Township is a rural hamlet with small-town charm and excellent views of South Georgian Bay, located 40 minutes west of Barrie and less than two hours from the GTA. Stayner is a four-season paradise for hikers, cyclists, skiers, and outdoor lovers, from the heights of the Niagara Escarpment to the massive Minesing Wetland. Our towns and villages provide distinct dining and shopping experiences, organise exciting events, and make you feel at ease.

Beautifully preserved architecture, live music in Station Park, three fantastic Farmers’ Markets, a self-guided historical walking tour, and the Creemore Springs Brewery are just some of the reasons to visit Clearview. Children and the young at heart are invited to explore the extensive calendar of hallmark activities held throughout the year. The Small Halls Festival, held yearly the weekend before Thanksgiving, celebrates the best of rural living, modern arts, theatre, children’s activities, and gastronomic pleasures. Take the back roads and you’ll find roadside stands selling the freshest seasonal food, bakeries serving hot butter tarts, crisp apple orchards, and the Mad and Noisy Rivers, a natural beauty. Parking is always free, and in the winter, there are plenty of staging spots for your snowmobile trailers.

Jill Does
Contact Jill Does

Locations North, Royal Lepage
Serving Southern Georgian Bay

Call: 705-331-3341



Stayner Realtor

A real estate agent is a certified professional who facilitates real estate transactions by matching buyers and sellers and representing them in discussions. Real estate agents are normally paid entirely by commission, a percentage of the property’s purchase price, so their income is contingent on their ability to conclude a transaction. A real estate agent must work for or be linked with a real estate broker (an individual or a brokerage firm) who is more experienced and licensed to a higher degree.

Real estate agents and realtors in Canada are licenced by each province rather than the federal government. A real estate “commission” oversees and licences real estate brokers and agents in each state. Some states, for example, only allow lawyers to generate real estate documentation, while others allow both lawyers and licenced real estate agents to do so. State laws govern the types of relationships that can exist between clients and real estate licensees, as well as real estate licensees’ legal obligations to represent clients and members of the public. Rules differ significantly from state to state as determined by law, for example, on what legal wording is required to transfer real property, agency connections, inspections, disclosures, continuing education, and other topics. In most areas in the United States, a person must hold a licence in order to engage in licenced activities, which are regulated by state statutes. The work done “for compensation” is the main component of the criteria for getting a licence to undertake certain activities. As a result, if a person wants to assist a friend in selling or buying a home without expecting any kind of payment in return, a licence is not required to complete all of the work. However, because most individuals expect to be paid for their efforts and talents, a licence would be required by law before someone could be paid for their services as a real estate broker or agent. Unlicensed behaviour is prohibited, and the province state real estate commission has the right to sanction anyone who operate as real estate licensees, however buyers and sellers who act as principals in the sale or purchase of real estate are typically exempt from licencing requirements. It’s worth noting that in some areas, lawyers who are not licenced as brokers or agents manage real estate sales for a fee. Even lawyers, however, can only engage in real estate businesses that are unrelated to their primary profession. It is impossible for a lawyer to become a seller’s selling agent if it is the only service requested by the client. If lawyers want to engage in licenced activities, they must first obtain a broker’s licence. Lawyers, on the other hand, are exempt from the mandatory schooling requirements

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ake a trip down the main street, through Stayner’s historic commercial centre, to have a hot coffee, a cold ice cream, pick up some décor, and soak up the welcoming environment. Come to one of our fantastic community events, such as our Music, Market & Park It or the Kinsmen Duck Races! Stayner is recognised for its many parks and canals, as well as its Edwardian architecture that has been carefully conserved.

Stayner’s early colonisation corresponded with the construction of a railway line from Toronto to Collingwood, which took place between 1851 and 1855. Stayner, originally known as Nottawasaga Station, grew into a prominent agricultural and logging centre.