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  • Prices still edge up, despite July’s slower sales pace

    What’s new on the national housing scene?  According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), the number of MLS® transactions continued to trend downward in July, but inventory of homes for sale remains tight and sale prices are inching upward.  As expected, the decline in the number of July transactions was almost ...
    Posted to Toronto Real Estate (Weblog) by 324618 on August 22, 2010
  • Sales pace cools, but prices still rising

    As predicted in previous industry forecasts, the sizzling sales pace of Canada’s housing market has begun to cool and move at a more moderate pace.  However, according to recent statistics released by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), prices are continuing their upward climb.  As expected, there was a decline in the ...
    Posted to Toronto Real Estate (Weblog) by 324618 on August 9, 2010
  • Five Tips for Single Home Buyers

    Canada’s housing environment has more single home buyers entering the market than ever before.  With inventory levels improving in many markets, and interest rates near record lows many people across the country who may have never considered buying a home in the past are recognizing that a mortgage payment on a house can actually be the ...
    Posted to Toronto Real Estate (Weblog) by 324618 on July 6, 2010
  • Avoid these pitfalls when buying home

    Buying a home can be a very complex, and sometimes emotional experience.  Some buyers find themselves getting caught up in the emotional side, and let their heart take over their head.  Here are a few tips from Coldwell Banker on how would-be buyers can stay grounded and avoid some common pitfalls during the home buying ...
    Posted to Toronto Real Estate (Weblog) by 324618 on June 9, 2010
  • Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

    For most people, buying a home is the most significant investment they will ever make. Today, with an abundance of homes for sale and interest rates at near historic lows, it may also be the smartest time to buy a home.  While the prospect of owning a home is an exciting one, it can often times seem overwhelming, especially for those who are ...
    Posted to Toronto Real Estate (Weblog) by 324618 on June 7, 2010
  • Know your options for mortgage interest

    With the Canadian resale housing market booming, and indications that the Bank of Canada will increase interest rates on June 1st, there’s been a lot of attention lately regarding the various options available for mortgage loans.  Whether you’re applying for a new mortgage, or thinking about refinancing before the predicted rate ...
    Posted to Toronto Real Estate (Weblog) by 324618 on June 7, 2010
  • Price Reduced on 705-18 Concorde place in Wynford

    Wynford, Toronto  -  Announcing a price reduction on 705-18 Concorde place, a 1,245 sq. ft., 4 bath, 2 bdrm apartment. Now MLS® $364,900 - Priced to Sell!!!. Property information
    Posted to Toronto Real Estate (Weblog) by 324618 on September 23, 2009
  • Apartment For Sale in Yonge/Sheppard

    [photo:listing:2188250] • 1 bath, 2 bdrm apartment - MLS® $309,900 Yonge/Sheppard, North York  -  Rare Corner Unit Penthouse With Unobstructed Views! This Luxury Menkes Suite Boasts 9' Ceilings, Split Bedroom Layout For Privacy, Large Open Balcony, And Direct Subway Access In A Building With Great Amenities And An ...
    Posted to Toronto Real Estate (Weblog) by 324618 on August 5, 2009
  • Canadian real estate market on the upswing

    Despite a slow start to the year, the Canadian market has certainly bounced back since the low of last January.  Resale housing in particular is again surging forward, and in May reached new heights.  According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), strengthening consumer confidence, low interest rates, and improved ...
    Posted to Toronto Real Estate (Weblog) by 324618 on July 25, 2009
  • First time buyers want ‘turnkey’ ready homes, not ‘fixer uppers’

    As a home seller, you may be thinking that a ‘fixer-upper’ property would appeal to most first time buyers trying to put their first step on the property ladder.  However, according to the results of a recent Coldwell Banker® survey on the preferences of first-time buyers, you’d better think again! Coldwell Banker ...
    Posted to Toronto Real Estate (Weblog) by 324618 on July 25, 2009