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17 Worthington Cres, Toronto, 5 beds, 3 baths - W2850133

17 Worthington Cres

5 beds, 3 baths
701 Sheppard Ave W, Toronto, 3 beds, 2 baths - C2850274
North York

701 Sheppard Ave W

3 beds, 2 baths
104 Kimbark Blvd, Toronto, 4 + 1 beds, 5 baths - C2850261
City Centre / Midtown Toronto

104 Kimbark Blvd

4 + 1 beds, 5 baths
7258 Triumph Lane, Mississauga, 3 beds, 3 baths - W2850801
Meadowvale and Streetsville

7258 Triumph Lane

3 beds, 3 baths

Hot Cottages

62 BLACKSTONE LAKE Road, ARCHIPELAGO, 4 beds, 3 baths - 490509000305801

62 Blackstone Lake Road

4 beds, 3 baths
31 RIDGEWAY Drive, CARLING PARRY SOUND MUSKOKA, 3 beds, 3 baths - 493600000307000
Parry Sound Region

31 Ridgeway Drive

3 beds, 3 baths
309 BALSAM RD (MCKELLAR), MCKELLAR, 2 beds, 1 bath - 492800000268810
Parry Sound Region

309 Balsam Rd (Mckellar)

2 beds, 1 bath
55 MILL LAKE WATER, MCDOUGALL PARRY SOUND MUSKOKA, 3 beds, 1 bath - 493101000311700
Parry Sound Region

55 Mill Lake Water

3 beds, 1 bath

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52 Cathedral High St, Markham, 3 beds, 3 baths - N2792132

52 Cathedral High St

3 beds, 3 baths
50 Riverside Dr, Mono, 4 + 1 beds, 5 baths - X2799143

50 Riverside Dr

4 + 1 beds, 5 baths
51 Queen St, Brampton,  - W2801213

51 Queen St

945 3rd Ave. E, Owen Sound, 2 beds, 2 baths - 2013146062
Owen Sound

945 3rd Ave. E

2 beds, 2 baths

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April 16 2014
In many ways, buying a resale condo is similar to buying a house. In either scenario, the size, layout, location and condition of the condo, plus your available budget, will all play important factors in your search and decision. However, there are additional considerations you need to be aware of when you’re looking to switch to the condominium lifestyle.
April 11 2014
When it comes to real estate services, there’s no such thing as “typical.” There are over 63,000 real estate brokers and salespeople across Ontario, and each one of them will have their own approach and style.
April 07 2014
The process of buying a home can be an emotional rollercoaster. When you’re looking for a home, you’ll experience at least some, if not all, of the following emotions: doubt about whether a particular property is right for you; excitement about finally finding a place you like and can afford; anxiety over whether you’ll be able to come to an agreement with the seller; and if you can’t, disappointment at the missed opportunity. Each unsuccessful offer puts you back at the start for another ride.
April 01 2014
I started budgeting when I was 22 and halfway through college. Until then, I wasn’t sure how to do it and while I knew I was constantly spending more than I had, I didn’t have the discipline to stop. I tried to create what I thought was a realistic budget, but it failed and after a few months, I gave up. I didn’t get serious again until after I graduated with over $20,000 in debt. When I look back, I realize it didn’t work for four reasons:
April 01 2014
A detached house with a two-car garage and a backyard has long been the real estate dream of future buyers. But a burgeoning condo market means a wider variety of property options for homebuyers and the realization that a house doesn’t always have to be the goal. “We all grow up thinking that buying a house is the ideal,” says Brian Elder, a Toronto-based real estate agent. “Everybody wants to own a piece of land, own the house that sits on it, and there are great advantages to that.” “But,” Elder continues, “there are advantages and disadvantages to owning a house or owning a condo and it just really depends on your personality and how you live your life.” To help buyers make the decision between a house and a condo, Elder has suggestions on what to consider.
April 01 2014
A home inspection is one of the most valuable investments you can make in your new home but finding a qualified inspector requires some research. “You could print up business cards and by the time the ink’s dry you could call yourself a home inspector,” says Gene Meandro, master inspector and president of Lighthouse Home Inspections in Toronto. “There are no real qualifications for home inspectors.” To help you distinguish a pro from an amateur, Meandro has some pointers. - See more at:
April 01 2014
Looking to increase your homes property value? Here are five of the best renovations you can do to your home to increase property value. These five renovations can sometimes have a return on investment 5-6x what they cost.