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Welcome to this month’s installment of Dear Urbaneer where we explore various real estate topics to educate (and entertain!) our clients in regards to their housing queries! This month, one of our readers wonders about the benefits of waterfront property.   Dear Urbaneer: I’m very much drawn to the water…
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Urbaneer | Real Estate by Urbaneerart@sympatico.ca - 1d ago
Hello Spring! So glad you could finally join us! Now that the weather is finally drying out and warming up, we Torontonians will be looking to get outdoors and get active! In a city with extensive green space - and situated on Lake Ontario - how could we not?! Did you know you can rent…
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Welcome to my blog on housing, culture, and design. If you're new to it - although I'm celebrating 26 years as a top producing Toronto realtor - my passion for all aspects of housing and home includes, but is not limited to, my love for city-building, urban and interior design, & home furnishings and…
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As Toronto real estate sales jump (by 17 per cent!) - without an influx of new listings - market conditions tighten in favour of Sellers! Oh... and our condos are shrinking in size faster than anywhere else in Canada - including Vancouver!! These stories - and more - in the…
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When I was designing my vintage brick and beam loft at The Button Factory, my rule of thumb was to always use natural materials. Why? Because when you stick to a palette of metal, glass, stone and wood in a factory loft, you're honouring the honesty of its industrial heritage…
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Sales jumped more than 11 per cent from March to April 2019, and were up almost 17 per cent year-over-year. New listings were also up, by about 8 per cent year-over-year. However, the annual growth rate for new listings was much lower than that reported for sales. This suggests that…
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Toronto is easily one of the most-noted epicenters in North America for fashion, culture, and the arts; it makes sense that it would be home to one of the few footwear-centric museums in Canada: the Bata Shoe Museum. In fact, it was the first of its kind on this continent!…
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Urbaneer | Real Estate by Heather_wright@rogers.com - 2w ago
*Did you know we publish a monthly newsletter that you can subscribe to for FREE? Just click the link at the bottom of this post!*   If you're looking for up-to-date commentary on the current climate and trajectory of the Toronto Real Estate Market, bookmark the Urbaneer Blog! We'll keep you…
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Urbaneer | Real Estate by Urbaneerart@sympatico.ca - 3w ago
Often blending geographically with The Annex, Seaton Village, and Little Italy, Koreatown is most well known as the area closely surrounding Bloor Street - roughly between Markham west to Montrose – housing many of the city’s Korean restaurants retailers. But it's not quite as easy to trace Koreatown’s boundaries as…
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With earth day just behind us, the concept of re-purposing is fresh in our minds. When you apply that concept to real estate - in the context of re-purposing existing space - the end result can be quite exciting! Toronto’s waterfront has been undergoing major transformation over the last few…
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