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Royal LePage Releases Q1 House Price Survey

TORONTO, April 8, 2014 – Real estate brokers across the country saw inventory increase noticeably in the final month of the first quarter of 2014, following a remarkably drab winter for residential real estate activity. 218 more words

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Toronto Real Estate Board Releases Mid-Month Home Sale Stats

According to the latest news release from the Toronto Real Estate Board, home sales in Toronto doing the first 14 days of March 2014 were the same as during the same time period last year, which saw 3,464 transactions. 227 more words

Toronto Real Estate Market

It's Time To Get Your Home Ready To Sell!

According to the calendar (but not the weather), spring is finally here! That means that Toronto’s Real Estate market is heating up and many homeowners who have been putting off listing their homes will soon be doing just that. 206 more words

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Canadian Real Estate Association Updates National Resale Housing Forecast

The Canadian Real Estate Association has announced that it has updated its forecast for national home sales for 2014 and into 2015.

“The national forecast reflects a combination of recent and projected real estate market trends that can be very different depending on their location due to many local factors,” said the president of the Canadian Real Estate Association, Laura Leyser. 177 more words

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5 More Home Staging Tips For Selling Your Toronto Home

Spend on appliances. If you’re going to be updating certain components of your home but aren’t going to go all out, make sure your appliances are in the “do” category. 146 more words

Before You Sell

5 Quick Home Staging Tips For Selling Your Toronto Home

Fix up your fireplace. Fireplaces are supposed to be the focal point of the room, but sometimes they’re an eyesore. Change the entire “feel” of your fireplace by applying a light coat of paint that matches your walls, one layer at a time. 125 more words

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One Quarter Of Canadian Homeowners See Their Home As Retirement Income

A new poll of Canadian homeowners by Ipsos has found that approximately one-quarter of Canadian homeowners expect to use their homes as their main source of income once they retire from the workforce. 96 more words

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