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June 2024 home sales in the GTA were lower compared to the same month last year. Despite the Bank of Canada rate cut at the beginning of last month, many buyers kept their home purchase decisions on hold.

May home sales continued at low levels, especially in comparison to last spring's short-lived pick-up in market activity. Home buyers are still waiting for relief on the mortgage rate front.

As we move through the Spring, the anticipated interest rate cuts may soon materialize. We anticipate increased demand for home ownership once the first cut is announced.

Time to get rid of all those old tax returns and documents cluttering up your home. Simply stop by with your documents and a professional shredding company will be there to shred your private documents into indiscernible bits of paper, at NO COST.

Tired of struggling with your paper clutter? Here's a sure-fire way to clear your paper clutter. Get ready to roll up your sleeves, get to work, and say goodbye to the stress and all those papers you don't need!

Words like downscale, downsize, downgrade can conjure up an image of decline, which is the last thing we need when we're thinking of downsizing. We prefer the term 'rightsizing' and here's why it can be empowering to use it.

Toronto's Early Spring Market is Gaining Momentum. The first quarter of 2024 concluded with a notable uptick in sales, with an 11% year-over-year growth and an 18% increase in new listings.

Getting your home ready for sale involves skillfully navigating the fine line between boosting its allure and steering clear of unnecessary upgrades that may not result in a favourable return on investment (ROI).

The decision to make a lifestyle change can be a daunting one, but the longer you wait, the more you're sacrificing. Waiting for the "perfect" time or situation can cost you valuable time and the opportunity to live your life to the fullest.

A spring resurgence is on the way as home sales, new listings, and sales prices all edged upward in February.

The market is definitely picking up. Compared to this time last year, GTA homes sales in January 2024 increased by an impressive 37 percent, with 4,223 sales reported as compared to 3,083 in January 2023.

Many parents are still storing items that belong to their adult children, who now have homes of their own. But you're now on a mission to live a simpler life and have decided that it's time to get rid of their stuff. So how do you go about it?

Real estate may slow down somewhat over the holidays but those who are looking to buy are serious! Home staging for the holidays can get buyers eager to get into your home to create their own holiday memories.

Compared to this time last year, GTA home sales in December 2023 increased by 11.5% percent, while the average selling price grew by 3.2 percent reaching $1,084,692.The number of GTA home sales in 2023 came in at less than 70,000 due to affordability.

Decluttering? If you have gently used clothing, furniture, home items or electronics that you aren't using anymore, consider selling them online. The 'social' marketplace makes it quite easy to sell your items without even leaving your home.

Holidays are the perfect opportunity to have important discussions with your family about your future plans. It's also a great time to release special mementos and items you no longer want as you rightsize your home and create a better living space.

High borrowing costs and uncertain economic conditions continued to weigh on Greater Toronto Area (GTA) home sales in November 2023. Sales were down on a year-over-year basis, while listings were up from last year's trough in supply.

You've had it with clutter.  Maybe you want to move and don't want to take most of your stuff with you, or you just want to live a simpler life.  Either way, you've decided that now is the time to start letting go of your stuff. Not so fast...

Lack of affordability and uncertainty remained issues for many would-be home buyers in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in October 2023. As a result, sales edged lower compared to last year. However, selling prices remained higher than last year's levels.

Moving to a new home can be both exciting and stressful, especially if you haven't moved in quite some time.  As REALTORS, we've certainly heard our share of horror stories. Here are some tips on how to get through the inevitable move and keep your cool.

Whether it's clearing out your closets, getting rid of unwanted items in your basement or garage, or donating old toys or clothing, here are some great tips to create a game plan and transform your living space.

The fall market is off to a calm start as home supply builds giving buyers less competition and more choices. The uncertainty around the Bank of Canada's upcoming interest rate announcement is also creating some hesitancy for home buyers

Having a scarcity mindset may be the reason you're reluctant to let go of clutter. While not as serious as hoarding, this can be one of the biggest roadblocks preventing you from reclaiming your space and living a happy and healthy, clutter-free life.

With continued uncertainty about the economy and the Bank of Canada's decision-making, increased borrowing costs, and a constrained supply of listings, the month of August resulted in fewer home sales compared to the previous year.

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