Glimpses of summer are starting to show up which means we're getting out of the house more, and taking advantage of the outdoors. Many of you are heading up north to cottage country, while others are enjoying what the city has to offer. Whatever your plans may be, have fun and stay safe.
For those of you staying in the city, anyone planning to buy real estate?? The market has changed, and we're seeing less "bidding wars" and a less frenetic pace. It gives us time to think, plan, strategize and even negotiate!! I love it, and it's a smart time to buy or invest.
Below you'll find an article on Laneway Houses. This type of housing is seen as one possible solution to Toronto's housing shortage. I've recently listed a very unique Laneway home in the heart of Kensington. This unique and nontraditional type of home is on the rise, and so is its demand.... Be sure to check out my laneway listing at 38 Orphanage Mews...Click Here!
Also included in this month's newsletter are some fun summer events happening at Toronto's Ontario Place such as the Mac and Cheese festival! As well, be sure to check out the article on 7 of the most valuable backyard renovations that homeowners too often overlook.
As always thank you for your past and future business and any referrals you may have are always greatly appreciated..
Keeping my finger on the pulse of Toronto real estate,
Toronto Laneway Housing: What The Future Holds
Can laneway homes take the pressure off Toronto's real estate market?
As aspiring first-time homebuyers lose hope in this competitive market, architects and planners are looking at laneways as a possible solution to the rental housing shortage.... click here to learn more about the future of Laneways.
Starting this month until September, Ontario Place is playing host to an impressive list of festivals fun for the entire family... such as a "BBQ Eats", a Mac and Cheese Festival, and a Heritage Ontario Festival showcasing music, interactive exhibits and food and drink vendors!
There are a few months of each year that we can use our backyards and balconies to their fullest. Here are a few ideas you may not have thought of that add some texture to your yard while also using it to its' max!