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When you first drive by 194 Roxborough Drive, you might not think of it as a multiple award winning house. In fact, you might not think much of it at all. As only two storeys rise above the street-level, this house serves as a concrete example for there always being more than meets the eye. [...]
The Ontario Government is considering an outright ban on multiple representation on real estate transactions. This means that each party to a real estate transaction, the buyer and the seller, must each have their own real estate agent. So, what is the downside? Even if your agent happens to know the perfect person(s) for your [...]
With the summer season here in a matter of weeks, “short-term vacation rentals” is the catch phrase many individuals are frantically typing into their search engines. Due to the demands of an ever-changing marketplace, some full-service Brokerages have opted to provide the value-added assistance of making available short-term accommodation rentals on behalf of their clients. [...]
Brokerages are constantly trying to provide more value to the client as they search for their next potential home. A trend we've noticed in Real Estate websites is to display a Walk Score with every listing. The idea behind a walk score is to compress a vast amount of data and represent it with a [...]
This weeks featured listing is a DREAMY Rental condo in the heart of downtown. Located right at The Soho Met, with walking distance to the Financial District and King/Queen West, this condo is ideal for ultimate downtown living. Gorgeous marble detail exquisite fixtures provide the evidence of luxury in every pocket. Tastefully Renovated And Furnished [...]
We are excited to kick off our guest tip series with Jill Rawson! Jill is the principal designer and owner of Jill Rawson Designs and Interiors. She has spent over 11 years renovating, staging, and designing homes across Ontario. As an industry maven, Jill knows what works, and what doesn't when it comes to [...]