The Toronto real estate market bounced back in October as the number of listings was higher than September, though still lower than I believe most would have expected. I suspect inventory will remain thin, in the lower price points, throughout the end of the year and buyers will be gobbling up the remaining inventory before the new mortgage rules kick in. It's still a very competitive market and a good time to be selling! Below you'll find an article from the CBC that breaks down the numbers. 

If you haven't been, make sure to visit The Cinesphere at Ontario Place which has reopened as part of the Ontario Place revitalization which also includes the Trillium Park. Beauty and the Beast and Dunkirk continue to play into November! 

Lastly, be sure to check out my latest listing - a unique condo investment property in heart of downtown! 

Check out www.be-at-home.com for exciting real estate opportunities! 

Brian Elder
Sales Representative,
Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd. 
416 921 1112
The Cinesphere Has Officially Reopened And It's Glorious
If you were a kid in Southern Ontario in the 70s, 80s or 90s, you likely have fuzzy memories of taking field trips down to Ontario Place and seeing a movie at the Cinesphere. The world's first permanent IMAX theatre has been renovated and will screen films on weekends year-round.
Toronto Home Sales Up 12% In October, Real Estate Board Says
Toronto area home sales rebounded by 12 per cent from September to October, pointing to a stronger fall market after a policy-driven pullback from a frenzied market that peaked earlier this year.
Toronto Events in November
While there aren’t as many festivals happening in late fall as there are in the summer, do a little digging and you’ll find there’s a lot going on! Later this month, you’ll find the 12 Trees at the Gardiner museum and much more. 
Best 24-hour Diners in Toronto
An all-night diner isn’t just for making a preemptive strike on an expected hangover. They are a cafeteria for those working night shifts, clubhouse for cab drivers and oasis for travellers whose bodies are still, in spirit, in a different timezone. I cut my late-night eating teeth at the much-maligned Mel’s Montreal Diner—anyone else remember the Big Baby Breakfast?—that has since closed.
Calling All Condo Investors!
1 103 Pembroke Ave: $549,900
This Condo Is Tenanted 'In Perpetuity' & Tenant Cannot Be Removed For Buyer To Occupy In Future. Tenant Must Be Assumed! This Is A 2 Level, 2 Bdrm, Super Spacious Investment Condo W/ Walk-Out To Priv. Open Terrace, Over-Sized Living Rm W/Ornamental F/P, Parquet Wood Flrs, Approx 1400 Sf W/Garage Prkg. In A Restored Gothic Revival Style Victorian Which Was Retrofitted Into 4 Condos In 2012.
Toronto Real Estate Board Market News
TORONTO, November 2, 2017 -- Toronto Real Estate Board President Tim Syrianos reported 7,118 residential sales through TREB’s MLS® System in October 2017. This result represented an above-average increase between September and October of almost 12 per cent, pointing to stronger fall market conditions.
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