Homes Gazette-Winter 2017: Well, the best word to describe the market is "Electric." In all of my thirty years of selling real estate I have never witnessed a more fast paced start to a year. The market has almost changed weekly and often I am having to remind our buyers that prices from just two months ago are no longer relevant to today's prices.
Click on the video above to see the rest of Adam's commentary on the Toronto real estate market.
Living Area: I recently had the privilege to work on the design and decor of this beautiful waterfront condo on Queens Quay. With this state-of-the-art computerized tour, our client was able to tour their new home, weeks before the actual setup.
Canada's best known gardening personality, Mark Cullen, shared these February gardening tips in his monthly newsletter:
1. Feed the birds. Use a quality seed mix so that it does not get wasted and you attract quality birds.
2. Enjoy your amaryllis. As the blooms finish, cut them off, stem included. But keep the long, strap-like leaves in tact, so that it will bloom again next winter.
3. Buy seeds. Whether you choose to shop the seed catalogues (of which we have many. Ontario Seed and Veseys in PEI are my favourites) or peruse the seed racks at your local store be sure to do it soon,before selection runs out.
4. Don't start seeds. Unless you are growing geraniums or impatiens (do people still grow impatiens?) which should be started later this month.
Click Here to read the rest of Mark Cullen's February newsletter.