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Why the boomers may not leave home as fast as we think

A million-dollar home sure doesn’t look like it used to. In some cities, it can be downright dowdy. For example, $1 million — $1,012,172 to be precise — in April would have bought an average single-family home in Toronto. 2,065 more words

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Homes by Email

Making your search for a home to buy easy and efficient is what I do.  As a client you will recieve daily emails of new homes that meet your search criteria.   69 more words


Is a fresh condo boom coming in Toronto and Vancouver?

The unprecedented number of cranes that have punctuated Toronto’s skyline in recent years will be a fixture of the city’s landscape for some time to come it appears. 344 more words


Toronto Real Estate Board Market Watch – September 2014

Annual Growth in Home Sales Continued in August

September 4, 2014 — Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington reported 7,600 sales through the TorontoMLS system in August 2014. 232 more words

Toronto Home Sales Increase In August 2014

The Toronto Real Estate Board has released its latest Toronto MLS statistics, finding that home transactions in August 2014 increased by 2.8 per cent over August of last year, from 7,391 sales to 7,600. 173 more words

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Toronto Commercial Real Estate Space Leases Increase In August 2014

According to the latest release from the Toronto Real Estate Board’s Commercial Network members, there were 529,116 square feet of commercial, retail, office and industrial space leased in August of 2014. 208 more words

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Toronto Real Estate Sales Increase In August 2014

According to the latest mid-month report from the Toronto Real Estate Board, home sales in Toronto reported through the TorontoMLS system increased by 7.6 per cent in the first two weeks of August compared to the same time period last year, to 3,504 sales. 157 more words

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