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Sell or Stay in your Home this Spring?

Spring home selling season is here which is the most active period of the year for single home titles changing hands, and this year the outlook for home-sale growth is up. Single-family homes, townhouses, and condominiums are all expected to see stronger sales in 2014. Many homeowners now have to ask themselves: Sell or keep their homes? The answer involves everything from downsizing, to retirement, ...

Around the House Spring Chores

With winter almost behind us, it’s time to get your house and garden ready to not only face the warm weather, but also the damaging effects of the sun, wind, and rain. Choose a nice spring day to walk around the outside of your house and take inventory of what tasks need attending to before they become a major—and possibly costly repair. Don’t think of spring home maintenance as “chores”; ...

Get ready for the eastern leg of the Eglinton LRT construction

The Eglinton LRT is coming... Last week the intersection at Eglinton and Brentcliffe was completely closed beginning at rush hour for 5 hours due to a motor vehicle incident and subsequent investigation. This is one of the busiest intersections in Toronto, being crossed by some 4,000 vehicles/hour. The resulting traffic chaos was an eye-opener, and may be a portent of what the area will experience ...

Things to do in April in and Around Your Home

The wonderful thing about April is we can stop hibernating! Winter has turned the corner and has headed out of sight until the end of the year. With spring in full swing, its time to get inspired to make the most of the month! Open up the windows and let the fresh breezes flow through the house. At the end of the month when temperatures are warmer, it’s a good time to give the outside a cleaning. Another ...

10 Things Home Buyers Hate About Your Home

10 Things Home Buyers Hate About Your Home! You’re in the market for a new home, whether you need more space or less, you must first sell your present residence. One might think that the slow housing marking would potentially have buyers pounding at your door, but this is not necessarily the case. Prices are steady at the moment and seem not to be plummeting any further. This is good for ...

My Photo (Photo of the day) featured on urbantoronto.ca

Photo of the Day: A New Perspective on Toronto May 24, 2012 12:00 am | by Evan Manning  This shot was taken from the corner of Yonge Street and Stouffville Road in Richmond Hill, by Forum member jaycola. With skyline pictures taken from a series of predictable locations downtown, there is little variation in the perspectives they provide. So it's always refreshing to see a view of the city from ...

Totem Condos

Fabulous opportunity to live on the Yonge subway line in Downtown Toronto! Totem Condos is an iconic new building rising up just paces from the corner of Wellesley and Yonge St in downtown Toronto.  The building will be directly connected to the Wellesley subway station, allowing residents of Totem Condos to access the subway from within the building lobby, and never have to step outside! ...

YC Condos @ Yonge & College

YC CONDOS Canderel, a visionary developer will reset the bar with the most anticipated condominium of 2014. YC Condos is a 66-storey glass sculpture accented by extended balconies and one-of-a-kind amenities not found anywhere in North America. With the extraordinary success of The Residences at College Park, Aura and now YC Condos, Canderel continues The College Park evolution. From lobby ...

YC Condos @ Yonge & College

YC CONDOS Canderel, a visionary developer will reset the bar with the most anticipated condominium of 2014. YC Condos is a 66-storey glass sculpture accented by extended balconies and one-of-a-kind amenities not found anywhere in North America. With the extraordinary success of The Residences at College Park, Aura and now YC Condos, Canderel continues The College Park evolution. From lobby ...

Real Estate: Have you ever built a house that in the end you hated?

Building houses is hard, very hard. There are so many details to them and it's very hard to appreciate what they will look like at the end. Many of us will not have had time or opportunity to figure out what we like so we figure it out as we go. Most seem to do just fine, but every once in a while, enough mistakes are made that it's really pretty terrible. So, let's see your stories here. ...
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