Saturday, June 24, 2017

NEW LISTING! Spacious Charmer in Bedford Park!

Detached 3 bedroom on quiet one block street! Traditional gumwood trim, leaded glass windows and French doors! Add your personal touches! Private drive, garage plus legal front yard parking! Entertain on large private deck overlooking manicured garden! Check out the backyard studio! Steps to popular Bedford Park P.S.! 5 minute walk to Yonge/Lawrence subway, Wanless Park & Yonge St. shopping & fine dining!

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Friday, June 16, 2017

OPEN HOUSE This Weekend! Bayview/Eglinton Townhome!

6 Glazebrook Avenue, Toronto

Saturday, June 17th, 2017
and Sunday, June 18th, 2017

2:30 - 4:30 pm

See you there!

NEW LISTING! Bright & Spacious Bayview/Eglinton Freehold Townhome!

(Available for sale) Regency inspired freehold “Manors of Bayview” townhome with over 2700 sf of refined living space! Gracious open plan main floor with hardwood floors, curved staircase and powder room. Walk-out from main floor family room to garden oasis with pergola covered seating area and serene waterfall! 3 spacious bedrooms; master features walk-in closet plus 5 pce. ensuite! Basement rec room, private drive and integral garage! Steps to Whole Foods, Shoppers Drug Mart, 24hr Metro and the future Eglinton LRT!  Outstanding value at Bayview/Eglinton!

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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

NEW LISTING! Detached 3+ bedroom in South Leaside!

(Available for sale) SOUTH LEASIDE OPPORTUNITY! Spacious detached 3+ bedroom in the heart of South Leaside! Wonderful home to the same family for 57 years! Ripe & ready for renovation! Across from Bessborough Public School and short walk to Leaside High School! Just around the corner from Trace Manes Park, Leaside Library and Leaside Tennis Club!

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

NEW LISTING! 1 Bdrm + Den Davisville Village Condo!

(Available For Lease!) Immaculate one bedroom + den! Hardwood floors throughout — oversized southwest facing balcony — modern kitchen! One parking & one locker included! TTC on the doorstep, 5 minutes to Yonge/Davisville subway! Stroll to Mt. Pleasant’s eclectic stores and restaurants; or check out the farmer's market across the street, Tuesdays at June Rowlands Park!  No smoking & no pets please.

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Monday, June 5, 2017

MARKET WATCH: Active Listings Increase in May

TORONTO, June 5, 2017 -- Toronto Real Estate Board President Larry Cerqua announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 10,196 sales through TREB's MLS® System in May 2017 – down by 20.3 per cent compared to 12,790 sales reported in May 2016. Sales of detached homes were down by 26.3 per cent. Sales of condominium apartments were down by 6.4 per cent.

Active listings – the number of properties available for sale at the end of May – were up by 42.9 per cent compared to the lowest level in 15 years recorded in May 2016, but remained below the average and peak during that period. The number increased considerably for low-rise home types including detached and semi-detached houses and townhouses. Active listings for condominium apartments were down compared to May 2016.

"Home buyers definitely benefited from a better supplied market in May, both in comparison to the same time last year and to the first four months of 2017. However, even with the robust increase in active listings, inventory levels remain low. At the end of May, we had less than two months of inventory. This is why we continued to see very strong annual rates of price growth, albeit lower than the peak growth rates earlier this year," said Mr. Cerqua.

Selling prices continued to increase strongly in May compared to the same month in 2016. The MLS® HPI Composite Benchmark price was up by 29 per cent year-over-year. The average selling price for all home types combined for the TREB Market Area as a whole was up by 14.9 per cent to $863,910. Year-over-year price increases were greater for condominium apartments compared to low-rise home types. This likely reflects the fact that the low-rise market segments benefitted most from the increase in listings.

"The actual, or normalized, effect of the Ontario Fair Housing Plan remains to be seen. In the past, some housing policy changes have initially led to an overreaction on the part of homeowners and buyers, which later balanced out. On the listings front, the increase in active listings suggests that homeowners, after a protracted delay, are starting to react to the strong price growth we've experienced over the past year by listing their home for sale to take advantage of these equity gains," said Jason Mercer, TREB's Director of Market Analysis.

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