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Dear Urbaneer: What Are The Closing Costs For A Property Purchase?

November 19th, 2014 | Dear Urbaneer

Welcome to the latest installment of Dear Urbaneer, where we connect with our clients to answer housing questions that have been troubling them. This time around we chat with a prospective home buying couple at the outset of their house hunt. They are wondering about the very pragmatic issue of… Read Full Entry

I’m Buying A Property. What Does A Real Estate Lawyer Do?

November 17th, 2014 | Real Estate

At we are often reiterating the message that buying or selling a home is a far more complex process than making a “must-have” list or putting up a “for sale sign”. The complexities of this dynamic are more pronounced in an intense market like that present in the City… Read Full Entry

November 2014 Home Of The Month - Bloorline Lofts At Bloor Lansdowne

November 13th, 2014 | Buy Of The MonthWallace/Emerson & Brockton Village

Welcome to's Home Of The Month. This feature provides a snap shot of what's clients have recently purchased in the City of Toronto. This month we share the story of our Buyer who knew exactly what she wanted. A first time buyer who had been diligently saving every… Read Full Entry

Studio Pazo On Queen Street East

November 12th, 2014 | City LivingTales From Tennis CrescentLeslieville/Riverside

If you've been following this blog, you know I've been embarking on a remodel of my 1960s swell dwell duplex on Tennis Crescent in Riverdale. If you're new to it, Welcome! Here's a pic of the existing yawn of an exterior:   The renovation progress is steady at the property.… Read Full Entry

Urbaneer’s Toronto Real Estate Fall Forecast 2014: Part Two

November 10th, 2014 | Urbaneer's Real Estate Forecasts

In the story of the Toronto housing market, there are multiple plot lines that hint at the complexities and the intricacies that merge together to create current conditions. The market can appear contradictory in its movements, all at the same time fervent and notoriously fickle, ruthless and rewarding. What has… Read Full Entry

Honest Ed’s At Bloor And Bathurst

November 7th, 2014 | City LivingAnnex / South Annex / Seaton Village

You would be hard pressed to find an area more uniquely Toronto than Mirvish Village. Sleek contemporary public art beautifully share the sidewalk with turn of the century lamp posts.  Brightly painted converted Victorian homes house fantastic restaurants, galleries and favourite local watering holes. Visitors can buy a vintage wedding… Read Full Entry

Toronto House Prices Up Nearly 9 Percent In October

November 5th, 2014 | Real Estate

Here is the latest press release from the Toronto Real Estate Board for August 2014: Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS ® reported 8,552 sales through the TorontoMLS system in October 2014. This result represented an increase of 7.7 per cent compared to… Read Full Entry

Sally Bird Park

November 5th, 2014 | City LivingAnnex / South Annex / Seaton Village

Our team member Carl Laudan wants to know... "Have you ever heard of Sally Bird Park?" It's a lovely little house-sized park nestled between Brunswick Avenue and Allan Powell lane in Harbord Village with an actual address: 194 Brunswick Ave! It’s pretty easy to find if you’re around the area… Read Full Entry

Designing A Cozy Entertainment Space In The Black House

November 4th, 2014 | Tales Of Upper Hillsborough

Welcome to our latest Tales Of Upper Hillsborough post, which shares the journey of two friends, who share a friendship spanning 30 years and who both live in Toronto, Ontario. These friends buy a dilapidated vintage triplex in idyllic Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, and transform it into a bespoke vacation guest house. Right… Read Full Entry

Douce France Café Brings a Hint of Paris to Midtown

November 3rd, 2014 | City LivingRestaurantsMidtown

Part of the life of an 'action-janet-on-the-go realtor' includes grabbing a bite at the eateries which are steps from the properties we promote. Not only does it provide sustenance, but it gives us the opportunity to explore the flavour of each location literally, and figuratively! In fact, just the other, while… Read Full Entry