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14 October 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Toronto Traffic Will Hurt Real Estate Values

Toronto’s mayor John Tory recently announced another “blitz” targeted towards illegal parking during rush hour in Toronto’s downtown core. October 5th, my birthday, is the big day of reckoning to solve our traffic woes. Thanks John for the heads-up, wink-wink!! There are so many things wrong with Tory’s Band-Aid approach in which he thinks is […]

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19 August 2015 ~ 0 Comments

7 Reasons Why Toronto Average Sale Prices are $1 Million Dollars

The Canada Housing and Mortgage Company (CMHC) recently came out with high-risk warnings for detached house prices in Toronto. With the price of a detached house hovering around the One Million Dollar threshold, this warning seems to be plausible, especially in a city where some buyers can be seen with ‘crazy eyes’ like facial features […]

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17 June 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Pan Am Games, Traffic, Real Estate

With the Pan American games about to descend on our city in a few weeks, there seems to be uncertainty about how the events will affect traffic in and around the city. From June 29th through August 18th many of us who live, work and play throughout the downtown core are going to witness firsthand […]

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16 March 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Spring Market Strong as Sales Surge

The Spring market continues to show strong results as well priced new listings are being snapped up in days, and sometimes even hours! The confidence amongst buyers is high, as sales across all of the pockets I follow and work in are doing very well. Houses in the Toronto area continue to shine as well […]

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18 February 2015 ~ 0 Comments

HOT HOT HOT, to start off 2015!

2015 is off to a frantic pace in home sales and prices, which in my opinion were to be expected, as long as the winter weather played nice enough. If you recall last January and February we were buried deep in snow and this pushed back our market in sales a bit. This year in […]

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12 August 2014 ~ 0 Comments

End-of-Summer Fun in Toronto

The city (and particularly, Toronto’s lakefront) offers lots of opportunities for end-of-summer fun! LET’S GO TO THE EX The most fitting description of the Canadian National Exhibition might be that it has “everything but the kitchen sink.” The Ex, as it’s affectionately known, is a carnival, agricultural fair, culinary smorgasboard and outdoor performance event rolled into one […]

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26 June 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Summer is Here; Let the Festivals Begin!

There’s something on the calendar to please everyone this month, whether your family loves music, food, nature, or a good old-fashioned carnival. You can’t go wrong with any of these awesome activities, and many are free! So grab the family, slap on some sunscreen, and kick off summer at one of these great festivals taking […]

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