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Hal David's Magic Moments in Memory and Song

We make our way to the second floor Buttenwieser Hall at the 92nd Street Y on a sultry June evening without benefit of functioning elevators. Our goal: an upper floor concert hall in which we are promised recollections of the life and legacy of lyricist Hal David in words by his widow Eunice David and in song by assembled guest artists. 986 more words


Until Then - The promise of the future

Last night I took a trip back to high school to see their latest play, not led by the drama department (all hail the mighty Richards), but by an ex-student, James Allen. 458 more words


Lost that offer by $1000. Here's the perfect comeback.

Here is my tip of the day. We’ve all been on multiple offers. Sometimes we win, sometimes we lose. In the losing category there are different levels of loss, but one of the most painful is the loss by a few thousand dollars. 483 more words


Nothing says 'I'm serious about buying this house' like a huge deposit

I had to laugh. A few months ago I bought a property in the country. Knowing the Toronto market like I do, I was prepared to shell out $50,000 as a deposit with my offer. 643 more words

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Market conditions stressing out local Realtors too

As a manager for a busy downtown Toronto real estate office, I never thought I would be spending my time talking agents off the edge of a cliff. 723 more words


Too good not to post.

Think you don’t have what it takes to be an awesome Realtor? Here are ten things that escape many agents I have worked with in the past. 92 more words

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