According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the $25 billion construction sector in Ontario is expected only to grow as home renovations and the updating of aging rental buildings ramps up in the province over the coming years. Baby boomers enjoying the huge growth in the value of their homes will be funding big.. read more →

A survey from earlier this year conducted by the Real Estate Council of Ontario found that home buyers are under the heavy influence of their emotions during the home buying process, especially younger ones. “Despite the face that Ontarians are fairly home smart, we’re seeing more and more people – especially younger home buyers –.. read more →

18 Nov 2015
November 18, 2015

Coverage In Toronto Life Magazine

Some fun coverage of our most recent listing, 626 Durie St, in Toronto Life Magazine: “The $1 Million Junction Home That Proves a Little Wine Never Hurts”… http://torontolife.com/real-estate/houses/toronto-house-sold-626-durie-street/ read more →

Vermiculite insulation was an undulating material that was extremely popular from the 1950s to 1970s, both due to a massive increase in homeownership via baby boomers and through the energy crisis. This material was also used in many Canadian homes until the 1980s, when homeowners installed the material themselves. The material was easy enough to.. read more →

When meeting with clients and discussing the staging component of preparing their home for listing, there are a number of tips that are provided based on the specific features of their property. Here are a few quick and cost-conscious tips that can offer a good return on investment: 1) Fix up your fireplace. Fireplaces are.. read more →