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Short of having a crystal ball, you would have to have knowledge of price movement over the short and medium terms in order to time the market. Wouldn’t we all like to buy low and sell high?

You've probably heard the expression, "The early-bird gets the worm." It refers, of course, to those who get in early and reap the rewards. Well, the same wisdom can be applied to selling your home...

Imagine you’ve dreamed of living in a particular neighbourhood, perhaps for years, and then, when you're finally ready to make a move, finding out that the area is competitive and buying there is definitely a challenge.
A disappointment? Not necessarily

Not much changed from February to March in terms of pricing of condos in the GTA. Early indicators suggest the trajectory may follow 2016 more than 2017 or 2018.

The average sale price of a condo in the GTA has increased from January through to the end of February. What does it mean for the rest of the Spring market? And for the rest of the year?

The spring market is here and with it millennial home-buyers are springing into action. They are ready to trade their tiny condos in the central 416 area code for something larger with a back yard in the surrounding 905.

When you’re buying a new home, you check out its physical structure and the property it’s located on, right? It’s also important to ensure the neighbourhood has the characteristics you want - before you make an offer on a home you like.

If you are strolling down a picturesque Main Street with quaint shops, cafes, art galleries, and walking trails, then you have found the jewel of the GTA known as Unionville.

Toronto housing prices are now back to a balanced market, with prices shifting no more than a couple percent each year. The rental market continues to heat up. Interest rates are still very low. This has created a tremendous opportunity for investors to

Downscale. Downgrade. Downsize. These words all imply a 'position from higher to lower' or 'in descending direction'. Unfortunately, they can conjure up an image of decline. I am not a fan of the term ‘downsizing’. Changing homes in retirement doesn’t

Staging is the process of showcasing a home through the arrangement of furniture, accessories, art and light. Realtors are frequently asked is if the money spent on home staging translates into better offers, faster selling and ultimately a higher selling

Chances are pretty high that if you’re planning to sell your home this year – a millennial will be looking to buy it. So what are the top 3 must-haves to sell to millennial buyers?

Monday, December 2, 2013

A recent survey of home buyers gives top three priorities when looking for their dream home and it may not be what you think. Read more.

What more could you want than to get your home sold for top dollar in short order without any hassles? If you take a moment to read through the following suggestions before you put your property on the market, you'll be on your way to a successful sale.

One way to make sure you get the highest price possible for your home is to make sure it shows well to buyers. Here are 10 simple steps you can take to accomplish just that.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

In my 28 years as a Realtor in Markham, I have sold many "unsellable" homes: drug houses, homes in disrepair, homes where disgruntled tenants have left holes in the walls and ripped the doors off kitchen cabinets

The overwhelming story of 2018 for the Greater Toronto Area is about condo apartments. While other housing types (e.g. townhouse, detached, semi-detached) had flat to moderate price growth in 2018, condos continued to reach new highs in terms of pricing.

Buying a new home begins with determining your "must haves" versus your "would be nice to haves". This list will help you to prioritize what's really important to you and make home-buying easier.

Sometimes you know a desirable street when you see one.
For example, it’s obvious that a home on a cul-de-sac is
enticing mainly because there isn’t any through traffic.

Information is cheap, especially when it comes to real estate. Average sales price, days on market, forecasts and trends...it's all online and at your fingertips. What is much harder to find is someone who can interpret the data...

When buying a home, there are some key factors to consider before jumping on the internet or into your car to begin your research.

When people renovate or remodel a room, they almost always overlook the door. However, changing the style of an interior door, or adding a new one, can dramatically change the look of a living space - often for the better.

Remember the last time you visited an upscale furniture showroom? The furniture and fixtures on display probably looked great. The colours and textures jumped out at you. It was a feast for the eyes!
There is a good reason why: Lighting.

For the first time ever, Canadians who are 65+ outnumber children 14 and under. As our population ages, families are facing changes and challenges as living requirements are adjusted. Read More...

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