Stunning Lake Views

Welcome to 80 Marine Parade #1405, a bright, airy 1+1 bedroom condo with breathtaking unobstructed lake views, just steps from waterfront walking/jogging trails and with shopping & TTC close at hand. This elegant suite features an open concept layout with floor-to-ceiling windows and a walk-out to a sun-drenched south-facing balcony overlooking lakefront parkland. The spacious… Read More

Swansea Gem

Welcome to 78 Mayfield Avenue, an exquisite four-bedroom family home custom built 2013 with all new construction. This stunning home has been thoughtfully designed, employing a contemporary motif blended with a touch of Arts & Crafts flavour. It’s situated on a quiet one-way street in a sought-after Swansea enclave just 5 minutes’ walk from Bloor… Read More

Custom Built Home

Welcome to 56 Lavinia Avenue, an exquisite, 3-bedroom custom family home, newly built in 2007, in the heart of the sought-after Swansea Village neighbourhood. Lavinia Avenue is a quiet, tree-lined street with a very neighbourly feel. It’s an easy walk away from Bloor West Village shopping, subway station, and Rennie Park, and close to High… Read More

Don’t Fall For the Wrong Home

When you go shopping for homes in the fall, you have some advantages. Buyer traffic has slowed with the start of schools. Sellers who’ve had their homes on the long hot summer market are weary of trying to sell their homes and more willing to drop prices. Your REALTORĀ® has more time for you, and… Read More

Canada’s Real Estate Party Isn’t Over Yet

A flurry of new economic forecasts say that despite the impact of falling oil prices and fear of condo overbuilding, Canada’s real estate markets will remain stable in most regions through 2016, and will experience a “soft landing” in Vancouver and Toronto once interest rates begin to rise. “The risk of a market crash is… Read More

Six Fall Homeselling Tips

You may think that fall isn’t the best time to showcase your home, but you’d be wrong. Yes, fall days are shorter, with fewer hours of daylight for buyers to see your home. There may be many days of grey skies, rain, or early snowfall. But autumn has a unique appeal that’s all its own…. Read More

Summer is Ending – Will the Market Heat Up as Temperatures Fall?

The Toronto market was nothing if not predictable in the month of August. Prices fell slightly from July (as they do virtually every year) but were about 10% higher than last August, continuing the trend that we have seen all year. The inventory of homes for sale also continued the year-long trend: higher than July… Read More