The Toronto Housing Market In 20 Years

Something odd started happening in Toronto a few years ago. The condo market, and the market for houses divorced, and decided to go their own ways. It was an amicable split, but I’m not sure […]


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South Etobicoke: Suburban No More?

I was in Etobicoke today with a photographer for a listing I have coming out this week. It’s a sleek, modern condo in the Network Lofts. Really great finishes, and incredible value, I believe, for […]


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Is There Such A Thing as A Balanced Market?

Everyone’s using it. It’s the new real estate catchword of 2013: Balanced Market. This term has been thrown around by agents, water cooler gossipers, pundits, think tanks, banks, cranks and columnists talking and writing about […]


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The “Rise” of the Bungalow

The bungalow. Some love em. Some hate em, but let’s face it, there are a lot of them in Toronto. They are a staple in many neighbourhoods.  Little ones, surprisingly spacious ones, dumpy ones and […]


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Alderwood: A Suburb in the City?

Alderwood’s not like the other emerging Toronto neighbourhoods. There’s big trees, big parks and generous lot sizes, but there’s no main street with clever new businesses to help it take off. The closest thing they […]


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