The last few weeks have seen a definite change in the Toronto housing market which is a result of more properties being on the market along with the implementation of the Ontario government's Fair Housing Plan. More choice is great for buyers because it means less competition when bidding on a home and it means that house price increases slow depending on your neighbourhood of choice. If you've been holding off on thinking of buying, now is a good time to get pre-approved for a mortgage and make a move.
Father’s Day is right around the corner! If you're looking for ideas on what to do, check out the article below, plus the city's top 30 brunches by neighbourhood.
Don't miss this month's listings - they're very different properties, but both spectacular! One of them just sold but I thought you'd want to see the pictures since it's so special. It's a fully renovated true hard loft in Cabbagetown in the Evening Telegram Lofts... the other is a 1912 semi-detached home in Seaton Village; one of the city's most desirable neighbourhoods due to its prime location and sought after schools.
Brunch in Toronto is a weekend ritual that features eggy dishes, flapjacks stacked high, and maybe even a mimosa or two. While the city boasts many great destinations for this breakfast-lunch hybrid, sometimes the best option is simply what's closest to you.
While moms get all the attention in May, it’s time to shine a spotlight on dad. We understand it’s not always easy knowing what to buy dad for Father’s Day. There are only so many socks one many can wear. Instead, we’ve rounded up some cool experiences to share with your dad this Father’s Day in Toronto. (Which falls on Sunday, June 18, in case you needed reminding!)
Welcome to an oversized one bedroom suite in the Evening Telegram Lofts! Stylishly designed and fully renovated, this hard loft has wood floors throughout, 15 foot concrete ceilings with massive beams and a super bright skylight that illuminates the space all day long.
TORONTO, June 5, 2017 -- Toronto Real Estate Board President Larry Cerqua announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 10,196 sales through TREB’s MLS® System in May 2017 – down by 20.3 per cent compared to 12,790 sales reported in May 2016. Sales of detached homes were down by 26.3 per cent. Sales of condominium apartments were down by 6.4 per cent.