High Park Victorian

309 Quebec Avenue

Welcome to 309 Quebec Avenue, a stately 19th century Victorian home on an extremely large 34 ft x 160 ft lot, offered for sale for the first time in more than 50 years. A rare opportunity for renovation and/or addition, this solidly built home has high ceilings on all three levels: 10 ft on the… Read More

Stunning Reno

12 Redbank Road

Welcome to 12 Redbank Road, a stunning 3 bedroom bungalow in a sought-after neighbourhood, newly renovated with style and panache! This wonderful family home is situated on a private cul-de-sac facing a pretty, wooded green space – only 12 houses on the street! The gorgeous cook’s kitchen features quartz counters, stainless steel appliances, breakfast bar,… Read More

Waiting For The Fall Market To Pop

Toronto Prices August 2014

The summer market in the Toronto area has continued to track last year’s seasonal pattern, with August prices 7% higher than last August. The trend has been very consistent, with average prices in every month of this year 7-9% higher than in 2013. The fall market typically begins after Labour Day and, if the trend… Read More

9 Easy Ways to Go Green

So, you’ve decided you want to go green. Time to ditch everything leather, along with all the meat in your diet, buy a bike, and turn your backyard into a composting garden. You ready? You could make all these drastic changes – go “cold turkey” eco – or you could make these nine small changes… Read More

Canada’s Home Builders Say Taxes Are Putting Homeowners At Risk

Canada’s home builders recently visited Ottawa with a simple message for politicians: taxes on new home purchases are putting all homeowners at risk. The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) says the hard costs of building a home have increased by about 3.5 per cent during the last 10 years, but that municipal development charges have… Read More