Bosley Realestate

July 2017

Urbaneer’s July 2017 E-Promo

July 31st, 2017 |

You! Yes, you!  Did you know we publish a monthly newsletter that you can subscribe to for FREE? Just click the link at the bottom of this post! While you're enjoying the hazy, lazy days of summer, why not give our July 2017 e-newsletter a read! Here is what you'll find… Read Full Entry

Bosley’s Market Insight For The Third Week Of July 2017

July 27th, 2017 |

Here's a real estate assessment - courtesy of our parent brokerage, Bosley Real Estate - that accompanied the central core of Toronto the THIRD week of JULY 2017! "Are we all tired of reading and listening to what the media has to say about the housing market in Toronto? There wasn't a week… Read Full Entry

Rufflecting On Woofstock 2017 In Toronto’s Woodbine Park

July 26th, 2017 | Monika's Animal HouseThe Danforth

If you are a dog owner in Toronto, you may have heard a lot of buzz about Woofstock, a dog festival that took place on the last weekend of May in Toronto's Woodbine Park. The festival is now on its 14th year celebrating dogs and dog owners and just as… Read Full Entry

July 2017 - Home of the Month - Clairlea

July 24th, 2017 | Buy Of The Month

Welcome to our June 2017 Home of the Month! This feature provides a snapshot of what urbaneer.com's Buyers have recently purchased in the City of Toronto. This month’s buy comes from Urbaneer team member Kellye MacMillan, who assisted her client sharpening his property search with the aim of finding a home… Read Full Entry

Bosley’s Market Insight For The Second Week Of July 2017

July 21st, 2017 | Real Estate

Here's a real estate assessment - courtesy of our parent brokerage, Bosley Real Estate - that accompanied the central core of Toronto the second week of July 2017! The traffic has slowed down and you can tell most people have ventured out of town for their summer holidays. The weather has finally warmed up… Read Full Entry

Dear Urbaneer - Does It Still Make Financial Sense To Invest In Downtown Toronto Real Estate?

July 21st, 2017 | Dear UrbaneerThe DanforthLeslieville/RiversideCabbagetown / CorktownSt. Lawrence MarketQueen WestRoncesvalles Village

Welcome to this month's installment of Dear Urbaneer, where our readers put our real estate knowledge to task with their questions. This month, a reader asks for Steve's guidance on purchasing an investment property in downtown Toronto based on his available capital. Dear Urbaneer:I was recommended to you by one of your existing clients,… Read Full Entry

Much Love For McCormick Park

July 19th, 2017 | City LivingWallace/Emerson & Brockton Village

Internationally ranked as one of the best places to live in the world, Toronto is a city of excellence: excellent restaurants, excellent arts venues, excellent schools, excellent festivals… all combining to form excellent neighbourhoods! But perhaps where The Six shines brightest is our extensive network of urban parks and green… Read Full Entry

Bosley’s Market Insight For The First Week Of July 2017

July 14th, 2017 |

Here's a real estate assessment - courtesy of our parent brokerage, Bosley Real Estate - that accompanied the central core of Toronto the first week of July 2017! If you are working the downtown condo market or involved in the ridiculously heated rental market you might wonder what all the talk is about… Read Full Entry

Gastro Greatness At The Gladstone In West Queen West

July 12th, 2017 | City LivingRestaurantsQueen West

Would you like to know a fun fact about our city? The Gladstone Hotel, which opened in 1889, is Toronto's oldest continuously-operating hotel! Neat, eh? Fortuitously, as the city diversified, so did the Gladstone, evolving from a simple railroad hostelry into the multi-faceted venue, cultural hub, and esteemed landmark that… Read Full Entry

Urbaneer’s Summer 2017 Toronto Real Estate Forecast Part Two: A Changing Market

July 7th, 2017 | Urbaneer's Real Estate Forecasts

Welcome to Part Two of Urbaneer’s Summer 2017 Forecast! In Part One, I explored the current state of Toronto Real Estate on the heels of the Provincial Government’s policy intervention with the Fair Housing Plan. I also drew some parallels between the Vancouver and the Toronto real estate markets, to try… Read Full Entry