So Many Buyers, So Few Houses For Sale…

Prices Mid February 2014

The inventory of houses for sale in the Toronto area market has been exceptionally low so far this year, even by comparison to the persistent low supply that we have seen for the past five years. That, together with armies of eager buyers hoping to take advantage of ultra-low mortgage rates, has resulted in a… Read More

High Park

241 Quebec

Welcome to 241 Quebec Avenue, a wonderful family home on a very deep (160 ft) lot with private parking and many recent updates & renos. Situated in a prime High Park location, this home is just a short walk away from the subway station, parks and great schools; and close to the shops, restaurants &… Read More

Moving With Young Children

Moving With Young Children

  Are you happy and excited about selling your home? Or are you dreading the sorting, packing and other chores? Your attitude is contagious to little children. If you look at moving as an exciting adventure full of fun, new possibilities, then you’re halfway to getting your children on board for the ride. Most children… Read More

How Housing in Canada is Different Than in The U.S.

Canada and United States

  When Canadians visit the U.S., or Americans come to Canada, everything looks familiar but feels somehow different. It’s the same in the two countries’ housing markets – there are enough similarities that it feels normal, but drill down a little deeper and you’ll find that the systems have some fundamental differences. When the sub-prime… Read More