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Finding an Agent That Fits

Buying and selling a home is a huge undertaking. You’ll want to work with a real estate agent that meets your goals and expectations and has your best interest in mind without any pressure tactics. There are many things to consider when hiring an agent. Here’s some suggestions on helping you check off some of those boxes before deciding on someone.

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The Challenges Facing Toronto’s Condo Market

If you’ve been looking into buying a condo downtown Toronto, you may have noticed a few things that could be perceived as concerning or even bewildering. Maybe the prices are too high and you can’t figure out why or how that could be. Or perhaps you’re finding that every condo you’re interested in is gone before you even have a chance to give it a second thought.

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Do You Need a Home Inspector?

Before you make the big decision of buying a home, it’s a wise idea to get a professional home inspection. They can prevent a lot of issues for both buyers and sellers. It’s important to select the best inspector for the job. Here are some tips to consider when choosing a home inspector.

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How to Price Your Home to Sell

One of the most important – and trickiest – considerations when selling your home is listing it for the right price! An overpriced home is the number one reason it won’t sell. When it’s priced too high it can sit on the market for far too long and turn into a stale listing. Here are some ways to best find out how much your house is worth:

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The Bridle Path: Real Estate’s ‘Millionaires Row’

Referred often as “Millionaires Row”, the area known as ‘The Bridle Path’ is the most affluent neighbourhood in Canada. With an average household income of approximately $1M, and an average dwelling value of $2.24M, this exclusive enclave of homes is located in North York, Toronto and is surrounded by the Don River Valley and lush parkland, which provide the perfect backdrop for The Bridle Path’s stately homes.

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