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Toronto’s Average Home Prices! Find Out What Your Home Is Worth!

Toronto’s Average Home Prices Are Continuing To Rise!
With The Average Detached Home In The 416 Selling For Nearly $1.6 Million!

Houses In Toronto Are Also Selling Faster Than Ever!
40% Faster Than This Time Last Year
And Spending Only An Average Of 9 Days On The Market!

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Paint Colour of the Year 2017 – Get Idea’s Before You Sell Your Home!

Thinking of selling your home in 2017?  Before freshening up your home with a few painting projects you may find these colour trends helpful.

Remember to keep your colours neutral to make your home appealing to the masses.

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Selling You Home? Check Out These Helpful Hints!

18 Tips For Living In Your Home While It’s For Sale
Christy Crouch – Lighter Side Of Real Estate

Selling You Home? Check Out These Helpful Hints!

Its one of the largest and most expensive assets most of us will ever own. It’s where we lay our head down at night, the place we make memories and call home. Selling it can be one of the most overwhelming and stressful experiences you may ever go through. So here are 18 tips for living in your home while it’s for sale to help you through the process:

  1. Yes, make the beds every day!
  2. If you smoke, don’t do it in the house! And if you’ve smoked in the house it would pay to have a restoration company come try to treat it or consider having it completely painted to rid the smell.
  3. Dishes up. 🙂
  4. Keep closets and storage areas organized, the larger they appear the better!
  5. Keep it smelling nice. If you cook something strange, air it out!
  6. Keep the temperature comfortable and season appropriate.
  7. Fresh flowers inside and out are always a nice touch.
  8. Keep your refrigerator clean and organized in case they look.
  9. Keep your trash cans emptied.
  10. Keep the floors vacuumed.
  11. Keep the yard tidy.
  12. Leave whenever possible and take pets with you; it makes the buyers feel more at ease. You want them to take the time to appreciate your home, right?
  13. Don’t talk to the other agent or buyer directly more than you have to. You hired your agent for a reason, so let them do their job.
  14. Be prepared for lights to be left on, doors left unlocked, and heaven knows what else I’ve had happen over the years. It’s not often but it’s also not the exception to the rule unfortunately these things happen sometimes.
  15. Wait patiently for feedback from your agent. Sometimes it takes a few days to hear back from the other agent and the buyer.
  16. Be as patient as you can throughout the process and try not to blame your Realtor if it doesn’t sell right away. If you chose the right agent, they have no reason in the world not to do everything they can to get your home sold as soon as possible and for that matter, for as much money as possible. They don’t get paid unless and until you get paid.
  17. Remove any really valuable items. Consider taking them to a safety deposit box or storage unit just to be safe.
  18. Breathe. When it’s meant to sell, that right buyer will come along. 🙂

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Townhomes Offer Solution To Toronto Real-Estate Conundrum – Toronto Metro

Townhomes Offer Solution To Toronto Real-Estate Conundrum 

By: Metro Published on Thu Dec 15 2016

Towns offer an affordable solution for those who’ve outgrown their condo but can’t afford a single-family home in the exploding GTA market.

Townhomes Offer Solution To Toronto Real-Estate Conundrum - Toronto Metro

It’s a conundrum for growing urban families. What to do when you’ve outgrown your condominium and yet find yourself priced out of Toronto’s skyrocketing detached home market?

As the price gap between GTA condominium suites and single-family homes widens, first-time buyers are finding it difficult to get a foothold into the market.

Townhomes are an increasingly popular housing form that fits the need, as more and more builders pivot towards infill developments in existing neighbourhoods. The townhome sits somewhere between a condo and a single-family home in terms of affordability and living space. And as the trend continues, market changes may very well lead townhomes to emerge as the single-family home of the future.

“Detached and semi-detached homes are seeing a much higher increase year-over-year in the price value than the condos are,” says co-founder Rokham Fard. “So on a compound interest level, people are losing more on their assets or gaining more, depending on which side they are on.”

“The interesting wedge in-between are the townhomes, either freehold or condo towns. The price point seems to be the most reasonable next step for condo owners who are generally young families.”

One builder that specializes in freehold townhomes is Dunpar Homes. The family-run business is known for building high-quality communities in Etobicoke, Mississauga and Oakville.

Michael DiPasquale, Dunpar’s VP of operations, says the company is seeing a high demand for this type of housing.

“A lot of people are in these very small condos, and they’re getting smaller and smaller. Once you meet somebody and get married or you want to move in together, people want decent space.” he says. “Our towns range from 1,500 to 2,500 square feet. It’s rare to find a condo that big.”

Dunpar offers a common element arrangement that offers condo-like conveniences. “Homeowners are still responsible for the house, but the landscaping in front, snowplowing garbage pickup, is taken care of.” says DiPasquale.

In Toronto’s south Forest Hill neighbourhood, Circa’s 3 Markdale townhomes sit at the edge of an established residential community by the Cedarvale Ravine. Six boutique condo towns have just been released.

These units feature Scavolini custom-designed kitchen cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances, including a Bertazzoni natural gas range. Ceramic and stone or quartz bathroom finishes complement a deep soaker tub, solid core wood doors and a sliding door to the balcony.

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The 10 Wealthiest Neighborhoods In Canada – The Financial Word

 10 Wealthiest Neighborhoods in Canada
The Financial Word 

Rich people in Canada have a variety of professions, ranging from political jobs to sports careers.  Despite their differences in terms of personal and professional interests, the wealthy all seem to have one thing in common: their home locations. Canada’s wealthiest residents flock to large cities in Canada, including Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto, where they hide away among sprawling retreats and urban affluence. Using numbers including average income, house cost and net worth provided by Canadian Business Magazine, we compiled a list of the wealthiest neighborhoods Canada has to offer.

Wealthiest Neighborhoods In Canada

1) Sunnyside & Edgehill, Westmount, Montreal

Sunnyside and Edgehill are neighborhoods located within Canada’s 2nd most populated city, Montreal. The average annual income made by inhabitants is $503,935, and the average home price is $2.49 million. The average individual net worth of Sunnyside and Edgehill homeowners is the second wealthiest in Montreal and the home prices are the most expensive in the city. Massive stone homes reminiscent of English country manors sit on large wooded lots often set back upon rolling hills and terraced gardens.

When not working, 17.8% of residents enjoy their time downhill skiing at nearby Bromont, a mountain less than an hour outside of Montreal, or across the U.S. border at Jay Peak, a mountain in Vermont. Both locations are known for their excellent skiing, amenities, and affluent clientele. Sunnyside and Edgehill residents are both affluent and adventure-seekers, not afraid to hit the 4,000 foot mountains in their free time.

Wealthiest Neighborhoods In Canada

2) Lexington Avenue, Westmount, Montreal

One of the three Westmount neighborhoods on this list, Lexington Avenue, is notable for many reasons. First, it is home to St Joseph’s Oratory, a Catholic basilica famous for being the largest church in Canada. St Joseph’s is also known for offering one of the most breathtaking views of Montreal. Within the same area of the basilica, the neighborhood is also home to Greene Avenue, known for its upscale shops, fine dining restaurants, and antique stores.

Lexington Avenue residents enjoy the luxuries of an average annual household income just over $590,000 and home prices worth $1.8 million on average. Homes on Lexington Avenue exude luxury, known for being colossal stone structures sporting second and third floor stone balconies.

Wealthiest Neighborhoods In Canada

3) Lawrence Park North, Toronto

Lawrence Park is known for being one of Toronto’s first garden-planned communities. The small neighborhood is nestled among rolling hills integrated with several parks. Local residents enjoy amenities found at the nearby Yonge and Lawrence streets, famous for both their shopping opportunities and food. Residents also spend time at the exclusive Granite Club, a local recreation center.
In 2011, Lawrence Park was named the wealthiest neighborhood in Canada. The money flowing through Lawrence Park historically runs deep. Wealth for the area can be traced all the way back to the early 20th century when it was known for being Canada’s aristocratic neighborhood.

The annual household income for Lawrence Park North residents is $906,266, and home prices average $2.81 million. The neighborhood has a variety of home styles ranging from English Tudor style to Georgian and Colonial homes. Many of the residents in the area are current or former Toronto athletes from the Blue Jays and Maple Leafs, as well as high profile business leaders. The neighborhood even houses Canada’s first female astronaut, Roberta Bondar!

Wealthiest Neighborhoods In Canada

4) Kerrisdale, Vancouver

In 2011, New Jersey Monthly magazine named Ho-Ho-Kus Borough as the best town to live in in New Jersey. This is because of its low crime, excellent schools, proximity to high-profile urban areas (such as New York City), and of course its affluence. Residents of this borough have a surprisingly relaxed and quiet retreat as stunning early 20th century homes lay hidden among large wooded plots of land. With a small-town life, residents enjoy the best of both worlds as the proximity to shopping and the bustle of city life is only a short distance away.

The population of Ho-Ho-Kus is just under 5,000, with a median household income of $165,827 and average home values of $775,000. The borough has an exceptionally low poverty level, with the majority of its residents being considered upper class or middle upper class.

With its proximity to several urban areas, Ho-Ho-Kus is a popular area for finance and business leaders such as David Duffield who has founded numerous companies, notably PeopleSoft.

Wealthiest Neighborhoods In Canada

5) Forest Hill South & UCC, Toronto

Forest Hill South and UCC (Upper Canada College) are considered one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Toronto with an annual household income of $629,972 and average house prices at $3.18 million. Much like many other affluent neighborhoods, there is a link to a high percentage of married couples at 88%, as well as a focus on education and neighborhood amenities and a sense of community.

Historically, in the 1930’s, wealthy Jewish immigrants began moving into Forest Hill South.  People of the Jewish faith now account for more than 30% of the population, double that of the next cultural background, Russians.  Today, the area is popular with prominent business people, doctors, lawyers, and politicians. Many of the streets are wide and designed to keep traffic slow and at a minimum. This isn’t a necessarily bad thing, as passersby have the opportunity to see the distinguished and intricate landscaping of many of Forest Hill South’s larger and grander homes.

Wealthiest Neighborhoods In Canada

6) Summit Park, Westmount, Montreal

Much like neighboring Westmount neighborhoods Sunnyside and Edgehill, Summit Park residents enjoy downhill skiing almost as much as the picturesque views from their homes. About 17% of residents claim they are regular downhill skiers.

The Summit Park neighborhood is named after the 57-acre park and bird sanctuary that is situated atop Westmount’s highest peak. Views from Summit Park are some of the more spectacular views of the city, as the homes in this neighborhood look out over one of the city’s highest points. As Quebec’s richest neighborhood, Summit Park is also noted for having the largest percentage of drinkers of craft beer and is ranked as most likely to own a swimming pool.

Residents of Summit Park have an average annual household income of $906,659 with house prices averaging $2.4 million. Average net-worth for residents is around $11 million.

Wealthiest Neighborhoods In Canada

7) Shaughnessy Heights, Vancouver

Shaughnessy Heights is an almost entirely residential neighborhood in Vancouver. The annual household income is $777,184, with average home prices at $3.09 million. This neighborhood has beautiful historic homes, with more than half of the homes built prior to World War II.

The neighborhood was created in 1907 as an alternate affluent community to the West End, which at the time was the elite of Vancouver. With a population of only about 3,000, the town has growth policies that inhibit commercial development as well as property subdivision and multiple dwelling homes, and instead promotes large plots of land for single-family homes.

The neighborhood is home to the exclusive Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club, well positioned to provide the neighborhood the country club feel of the mid-century. This 18-hole championship golf course is a picturesque park-like and forested setting which has hosted numerous Canadian and Pacific Northwest championships, as well as the PGA Tour Bell Canadian Open.

Wealthiest Neighborhoods In Canada

8) Sunnybrook, Toronto

Sunnybrook had once been the estate of a well-known horseman named Joseph Kilgour, which also contributes to Sunnybrook’s’ residents love of horses and horse-riding, which is immediately present as you drive among stables and magnificently well-bred horses with pedigrees nearly as strong as their owners’. After Kilgour’s death, the land was donated to the city, and is now used as a riding school and a park for residents to hike, bike, play with their dogs, or go on picnics.

Sunnybrook is also home to one of Canada’s largest hospitals with a staff of over 10,000, which also is testament to the number of doctors and surgeons who live within Sunnybrook’s boundaries.

The average household income is $311,979, seemingly low for one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Canada. However, the disparity in middle class to extreme wealth is apparent, as Sunnybrook also has an average household net worth over $20 million. In addition, the average house prices are $2.29 million.

Wealthiest Neighborhoods In Canada

9) York Mills-Windfields, Toronto

York Mills is part of millionaire’s mile which encompasses the nearby neighborhoods of Bridle Path, Forest Hill, Lawrence Park, and Rosedale. York Mills is a unique neighborhood in the idea that it has gone through what many would call a gentrification of the community. Essentially, through the process of tear-down and rebuild, the affluent coming into the neighborhood have pushed out the lower income and middle class by simply making York Mills too expensive to live in. While apartments and condominiums are home to nearly 30% of the residents, those residents pay high premiums with condos ranging from $350,000 to over $2-million.

With several palatial estates in York Mills it can boast the highest average house price in Canada at $3.4 million. Luckily for the residents, average household income is $1,212,275, giving them just enough to afford the estate-style homes that make York Mills one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Canada.

Wealthiest Neighborhoods In Canada

10) Bridle Path, Toronto

Bridle Path is the most affluent neighborhood in Canada, and situated along millionaire’s row with affluent neighbors York Mills and Lawrence Park, which also made this list. Formerly known as North York, Bridle Path is typically known for its multi-million dollar homes and large plot sizes that average two to three acres per residence. Bridle Path, a rather late-comer in the area, wasn’t developed for affluent homes until the late 1930’s and early 1940’s as the needs of the affluent began to expand in the area.

Bridle Path is home to some of Canada’s biggest media moguls, celebrities, doctors, and engineers. Its proximity to the Sunnybrook Health Centre can also explain the high number of health professionals who live in the area.

The average household income is $936,137 with house prices averaging $2.24 million. However, it is the average household net worth that is mind bogglingly incomprehensible at $22.2 million, which explains why Bridle Path is clearly at the top of this list.

10 Wealthiest Neighborhoods in Canada

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Selling Your House? Stainless Steel Appliance Sale Until December 1!

Preparing To Sell Your House? Do Not Miss This Stainless Steel Appliance Sale!      Only Lasts Till December 1!

New! GE 24.8 Cu. Ft. French Door Refrigerator; Smooth Top Range; Dishwasher Package – Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel Appliance Sale! GE Set For $1,99.97!

If you are thinking of selling your home anytime soon, adding some new appliances to your kitchen can help dramatically update the look!

The Brick and Best Buy have sales from time to time, and I am thrilled when I see a set for below $2,000!

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