Are Carbon Monoxide Alarms Mandatory in all Ontario Homes?

THE SILENT KILLER – DON’T LET THIS HAPPEN IN YOUR HOME OR TO YOUR FAMILY!  A few things: Carbon Monoxide is Odorless, Colourless and Tasteless The Law came into effect in Ontario to have Carbon Monoxide Alarms in Houses on April 14, 2015 Have your Gas Furnace/Stove and Chimney checked regularly, and make sure your Furnace Inspector has a ‘Gas Licence’, and your … Read More

Yorkville Condos Toronto First Quarter Real Estate Report 2015

Yorkville Condos Toronto Real Estate

Yorkville Condos Toronto 1st Quarter Report 2015 Yorkville Toronto 2015 Sales   65 Average Price   $973,239 High   $3,250,000 Low   $360,000 % of Final Sales Price to Listing Price   97% Days on Market   56 The Condo market in Yorkville Toronto had another strong quarter in 2015. Sales in the First Quarter came in at 65, double of … Read More

Leaside Toronto First Quarter Real Estate Report 2015

Leaside Toronto Neighbourhood Real Estate

Leaside East York Houses 2015 1st Quarter Report C11 Sales Average Price Detached New Listings Days on Market % Sold Price vs. Listing Price Leaside 31 $1,083,255 55 15 103% Leaside cooled down in the 1st quarter of 2015. The number of sales dropped 43% to only 31. Prices also fell on average to $1,083,255 from $1,253,358 last year at this … Read More

Rosedale, Moore Park Toronto, First Quarter Real Estate Report 2015

Rosedale Moore Park Real Estate Neighbourhood Toronto

Central Toronto Houses 2015 1st Quarter Report C09 Including: Rosedale, Moore Park Rosedale Toronto   2015     2014   Difference House Sales 81 61 + 33% Homes Average Price $1,581,005 $1,504,461 + 5% New Listings 135 139 – 3% Active Listings 55 77 – 29% % of Final Sales Price to Listing Price 99% 99% – 0% Days on … Read More

Does Cutting Real Estate Commission Really Save Sellers Money?

Should Real Estate Agents Cut their Commission

Asking a Realtor to CUT their Commission – Might just cost you MORE than you are Saving!   Every day Agents are asked by their Sellers to “Cut” their Commission.  Why do they ask?  Do they ask their Lawyers, Dentists, Doctors or Cab Drivers to cut their rate or commission?  My guess is that most Sellers don’t know what Agents … Read More

BIDDING WARS – TORONTO REAL ESTATE

Toronto Bidding Wars for Real Estate Properties

Just How Much MONEY is Enough??? Toronto’s Real Estate Market is: HOT!  ON FIRE! CRAZY! FAST! INSANE! Sellers are spending Money on Getting their Homes ready for the Bidding War Frenzy.  Lawns are manicured, Flowers Planted, Shrubs Trimmed, and why, to add to ‘Curb Appeal’.  Buyers that are driving through Toronto Neighbourhoods, get an instant feeling of ‘Home’ when they … Read More

The Bridle Path – One of Toronto’s Most Expensive Neighbourhoods!

Palatial Palaces The Bridle Path

THE BRIDLE PATH … An exclusive enclave of Multi-Million Dollar Mansions, Estates,  Palatial Palaces and Gated Luxury Residences, most of these Homes are situated on 2+ Acre Lots.  It’s Residents are some of the most affluent in Toronto. Often referred to “Millionaire’s Row”, it sprawls only a few couple of Streets – The main ones are Bridle Path, Park Lane Circle and Post … Read More