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[Infographic] Toronto GTA Market Report - March 2015

Spring has Sprung!Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 8,940 home sales in March - 41% more than last month and11% more than last year. The demand for low-rise housing, in particular detached homes, has fuelled strong price growth and seller's market conditions in many parts of the GTA. However, home ownership remains affordable with lower interest rates going a long way to mitigate the ...

Spring Home Maintenance

Spring has arrived and in order to keep your home well maintained and working, just like your car, you need to inspect it and do some maintenance. If you neglect to inspect and repair your home possible expensive repair can arise in the future. Here are some items you should inspect: Your roof – Is there anything out of place or missing? With binoculars or even a sharp eye, check for cracked ...

[Infographic] Toronto GTA Market Report - February 2015

Robust Growth in Sales & Prices for February 2015 Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 6,338 home sales through the TorontoMLS system in February 2015. This result represented a substantial 11.3 per cent year-over-year increase compared to February 2014. Robust demand for ownership housing in the GTA, coupled with a constrained supply of homes for sale made market conditions tighter, leading ...

Another Incredible Year CENTURY 21 Leading Edge Realty!

For the 8th consecutive year, CENTURY 21 Leading Edge Realty is the #1 Company in Canada by production and units. The award, among many others, was presented at this year’s CENTURY 21 Toronto Kickoff and Awards Gala, Wednesday, January 28, 2015. Broker/owner Paul Baron and the management team accepted the award from Brian Rushton (left), Executive Vice President, Century 21 Canada Limited Partnership, ...

[Infographic] Toronto Real Estate Market Report - December 2014

2014 Near Record Year for Greater Toronto Home Sales The Toronto Real Estate Board reported 92,867 residential sales in December, up 6.7 per cent over 2013 and just short of the record set in 2007—93,193 sales. Throughout 2014, annual increases in the average selling price were consistently reported on a monthly basis. December was no different, the average selling price increased by seven ...

[Infographic] Toronto Real Estate Market Report - November 2014

  Search Toronto MLS Listings   Toronto's Housing Market is Still Hot in November! December 9, 2014– Home prices rose across the Greater Toronto Area in November. The Toronto Real Estate Board reported the average sale price in the region was $577,936, a 7.4% increase from a year ago."The robust average price growth experienced throughout 2014 has ...

New Condos in Leslieville

New Condo Alert: Showcase Condos in Leslieville WOW how it has changed!!! Over the past five years Carlaw Ave between Queen East and Dundas East has evolved into Leslieville's condo corridor. There are currently four completed condos on Carlaw (iZone, Wrigley Lofts, Garment Factory and Printing Factory), two condos under construction (WorkLofts and Flatiron Lofts) and one new project that is early ...

Tis the Season to Sell!

Thinking about selling and not sure if you should wait for the spring? A few points why selling now is still a great time a year... Tis the season; Your house is probably looking its best after holiday cleaning, twinkly lights and decorations – show it off and get it sold!Less competition; You aren’t the only one on your street who is thinking about moving soon – but you might me the only one who ...

[Infographic] Toronto Real Estate Market Report - October 2014

  Search Toronto MLS Listings   Strong Sales Growth Evident Across All Major Home Types November 5, 2014– While sales growth and prices are up, up, up this fall, the constrained supply of listings in some parts of the Greater Toronto Area are making it difficult for many would-be buyers to find a home, in particular low-rise homes like singles, semis and ...

Carbon Monoxide Detectors Mandatory in Ontario Homes

As of November of 2013 the installation of Carbon Monoxide Detectors was made mandatory in all homes that have fuel burning appliances in the Province of Ontario. CO detectors must be installed outside sleeping areas and additional CO detectors can be installed on every floor for added protection. It is a mistake to install a CO detector just in the basement next to the furnace, because the alarm ...