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Buying and Selling

Luxury for Less

Just because you are on a budget, doesn’t mean you have to compromise on style in your home. If it’s time to refresh your décor but you don’t think you have the necessary funds, think again. Here are a few…

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Quiz: What Kind of Homeowner Are You?

If you had to put your home on the market tomorrow, how ready would it be for showing? According to Atlas Van Lines, Canadians move every 7 years on average, so whether you’re preparing to sell or happily staying put,…

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Gay Friendly Toronto

LGBT buyers have burst into the real estate market. Finding a Realtor© who understands your lifestyle and needs is important. A LGBT Realtor© can be more in-tune with your needs, style, and budgetary requirements.

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No big box in Leslieville

This will help to keep the vitality of the surrounding area and help ensure the survival of the neighbourhoods small family owned business' which give this part of Toronto such a unique feel.

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Renovation Hell

I find myself in the midst of what I have fondly named 'Renovation Hell'. Yes... the photo you see is of my poor bathroom. I feel the need to add and perhaps relist some of the tips. …

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Agency Relationships

In real estate, there are different forms of agency relationships. Before an agency is established in writing, an agency relationship may be established by the actions of the individual parties. If it walks like a duck and talks like a…

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First Time Buyers

There may be nothing as exciting as the purchase of your first home… the great feeling you get when the keys are handed to you and you’re standing in your new living room. Getting to that point is an adventure.…

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