Pretty but shallow?

Another performance map came out today about Toronto’s real estate market in the past year. I cannot resist these things and will spend a good chunk of time staring at each neighbourhood and wondering why […]


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Selling a Condo? Timing is every thing

Earlier this year, I helped a buyer purchase in a pretty amazing loft conversion at a reasonable price on the subway line. We were not the only ones who thought it was amazing though. There […]


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Buying Under 300K

I received a call the other day from a Toronto magazine researcher who was trying to figure out where the next up and coming neighbourhood is going to be for 2011 and 2012. She asked […]


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Exodus to the suburbs?

Toronto Life just came out with a feature story with the title “Exodus to the Burbs” on the front cover. As I read this article, I was left scratching my head. It seems that Toronto […]


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For those of you who think Toronto home prices are too all, you should take a look at this Vancouver real estate game: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldsg2s1mE0Y Sure Toronto is pricey, but for a city of its size and […]


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Crack is Whack

Just above you’ll see a photo from a recently discovered flyer found in the Sherbourne and Dundas area. I’m not sure whether I think it’s pretty clever or just plain sad. You can really take […]


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The Wacky Pride of Parkdale

Parkdale’s a wacky place. Just the other day I was standing on a leafy, pleasant street in this emerging neighbourhood with a client who just purchased a property here. I was speaking to him on the […]


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The Unreachable Traveling Seller

In the Toronto world of selling real estate, some salespeople hold back offers in a healthy seller’s market to help boost the price, and give the public time for buyers to see the house. I’ve […]


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dinos for a strong community

Community is one of those wishy washy words that I don’t like to throw around. It means different things to different people. For some, a good community is a lawful place where there’s no crime, […]


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bigger is not always better

You know, ever once in awhile, an article comes along to say how big a house you can get if you move away to a smaller market like Windsor where houses are cheap and plentiful. […]


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The Lake Effect

People like lakes. And so do I – especially ones that you can swim in during the summer. Mimico and Long Branch are a pretty unique part of Toronto in that both neighbourhood border the […]


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Fool for Pools

When I was a kid, I didn’t have a pool, but I had friends with pools, and on hot summer days I would give them a call to see what they were doing. I would […]


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WHAT BUYERS CAN EXPECT FROM ME

As a real estate sales representative, here I will help you:1. Sift through your mortgage options to see what financial opportunity suits you best. 2. Answer any questions you may have about emerging or established neighbourhoods […]


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