Sue Heddle Homes is the Scott McGillivray’s Trusted Agent for Oakville.  Sue is committed to being a reliable resource when it comes to all things real estate.



From knowing how to maximize the space you have to adding value to your home, or making the leap to invest in a vacation property, our team trusts Scott’s advice.


Here Are Our Top 10 Scott McGillivray Blogs:

  1. Designing a Kitchen for Multiple Generations
  1. Back to Basics: Types of Flooring
  1. Real Estate Warning Signs
  1. Downsizing Tips for Empty Nesters
  1. When to Replace Windows and Doors
  1. 8 Easy Ways to Increase the Value of Your Home
  1. How to Impress Home Buyers
  1. Scott’s Five Favourite Ways to Invest in Real Estate
  1. How to Make a Small Bathroom Look Bigger
  1. Vacation Properties: Pros and Cons


For more great advice, head to Scott’s website or take a look at the Sue Heddle Homes blog library, which includes helpful tips, ideas, and inspiration.


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When Ginger Curtis, owner and principal designer at Urbanology Designs, was tasked with elevating the interiors of this Dallas, Texas home, she knew she’d be drawing elegance out of the most simple monochrome of all. She wondered, “How do we take a black-and-white palette and elevate it so that it’s beautiful, but also very on-brand?”


For this particular project, the idea of remaining on-brand was crucial. Her client, Ashley Robertson, is the founder of lifestyle and beauty blog, The Teacher Diva. Marrying her client’s established public persona with the design of a practical space for a family of four remained top-of-mind throughout, but especially in the living room.


“One of the things that I was really aware of and thinking through for each angle of that room is that she’s an influencer and this is her home, and every part of her life is her business,” Curtis shares. “I really wanted to make sure that that every angle of that room...

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The warm and sunny days of summer are slowly coming to an end. The change of seasons will soon be here and perhaps that has you thinking of changes as well. If you’re at all considering selling your Oakville home this fall but aren’t sure it’s the right time, think again. 


While the spring season tends to be known as an ideal time to list, there’s no doubt that fall is also a great time to get your home on the market. There are many key advantages to selling your home during the fall season and Sue Heddle Homes is the team you need to help you navigate the current market.

5 Reasons to List Your Home This Fall

Having the right real estate agent will make a significant difference when it comes to finding success. While the fall market can be a great time to sell, you still need to work with someone that has experience in your location and knows how to attracts buyers.


If you’re still not sure that the upcoming fall season can work...

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When you’re looking for the right Oakville realtor and are about to put your home on the market, you may be wondering what lies ahead. Once your home is listed, you’ll want to be ready to welcome as many potential home buyers as possible in hopes of a quick sale and a good sale price. When you work with Sue Heddle Homes, you’ll receive free home staging to ensure your home presents the best first impression, but as you start to have potential buyers step into your home, there are things you can do to ensure your home shows well.


Simply put, there are two ways potential buyers can view your home in person. They can either make an appointment with their real estate agent or attend an open house, where your home is open to anyone to come through and look.


A Showing


A showing is a professionally scheduled appointment by your local Oakville realtor that gives potential buyers the opportunity to tour your home on their own (no other buyers at...

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I founded Hockey Cares (a project of True North Aid) in 2017, with the mission of connecting youth through a shared love of hockey. The Hockey Cares project promotes real reconciliation through a positive cultural exchange, and building lasting relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.


We coordinate an exchange with Oakville and Attawapiskat bantam hockey teams and allow each group to visit the other in their home town. Attawapiskat youth travel to Oakville in July, and the Oakville youth fly up to Attawapiskat in November to learn from their new friends, play hockey, and experience a new culture. 


We had to pause Hockey Cares due to COVID-19, but on June 30, 2022 we were so thrilled to welcome Attawapiskat youth to kick off the Oakville portion of this year’s Hockey Cares exchange.


We invite you to visit the Hockey Cares Facebook page to see all the photos from the Oakville part of the exchange.

Bonding and Learning From Each Other – On and...

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