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Urbaneer newsletter update APRIL 25th, 2012

April Showers Bring May Buyers!

Isn't it gorgeous seeing spring bloom new beginnings? We at urbaneer.com are thrilled at how dynamically the spring market has blossomed, with several of our clients awaiting the keys to their recently purchased Homes! Many are purchasing their principal residences, while others are making investments in Income Properties.

We love helping our clients strategize on what makes the right property investment for them.

We frequently encourage our clients to acquire investment properties beyond their initial first residence purchase, for a variety of tax benefits, as well as for the considerable upside for property appreciation in a city like Toronto. An important part to the success of the process is matching investment to investor.

We had the opportunity recently to assist one of our clients expand their property portfolio, and share the tale in our monthly 'Home Of The Month' post. Have you seen it? Click HERE to read how these motivated property investors are transforming their purchase to become a viable, producing part of their investment portfolio.

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Curious to read about different types of property investments? Click HERE to read a past blog highlighting various property types.

Urbaneer's support and guidance takes many forms. One service that we offer is called 'Style Enhancement' in which we assist sellers to bring their best properties to market, by combining their own personal items with some from our own cache to make a property memorable, but comfortable. Like Home should be.

We recently had the chance to put our Style Enhancement service to use for one of our Zoomer clients to help them best promote their property. Click HERE for our latest Style Enhancement.

As well, we'd love to share with you our latest HomeWatch newsletter called:

Why Do We Love Where We Live?

When walking down most residential streets in the old City of Toronto, have you noticed the variation in the condition of the houses?

In a century city that has been home to generations of working, merchant and professional classes, as well as a multitude of different cultures, our city's 'anything goes' housing stock reflects the colourful history of how Canada has evolved. In a city where our houses offer telltale signs of the way we've once lived, it also offers several clues on the direction we're going.

So, how does all of this fit in with current real estate market?

Want to read more? Click HERE to read the full Why Do We Love Where We Live?

April is a busy month at urbaneer.com, and we are excited to share a number of properties with you.

Luxury Queens Quay, offered at: $1,049,000

If you covet a life for all things Harbourfront, then no other lakeside condominium marries luxury living and the very best location on Queens Quay West than the residences of the Terminal Building at 211 Queens Quay West.

Suite 1018 is a spectacular contemporary 2036 square foot (from condominium plans) three bedroom two-and-a-half bath residence perched on the north-east corner of the complex. From the moment you cross the threshold, you know you're somewhere special.

To learn more, click HERE.

Terrace Swag At St. Clair West & Bathurst, offered at $649,000

You are uncompromising in your tastes, and unwavering in identifying what you want.

Fortunately at the intersection of dreams and discriminating taste, there is one property on the market today for your consideration: Welcome to Suite 303 at 500 St. Clair West. This crisp fresh two-bedroom two-bath corner suite boasts a covered wrap-around terrace of around 800 square feet. Featuring ten foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a fantastic split bedroom layout, this very special 1247 square foot residence has been beautifully fitted with indulgent spa washrooms, a euro-style kitchen with stone counters and stainless steel appliances, and an abundance of storage space.

To learn more, click HERE.

A King West Knock-Out, offered at $349,000

This darling stacked townhouse suite boasts all three desirable aspects of the location, location, location mantra, (proximity to green space, public transport and village shopping amenities), ensuring it will always be desirable and maintain a solid resale value. Welcome to Suite 19, 208 Niagara Street.

This stylish terrace suite is around 700 square feet of turn-key living. Configured as a one bedroom plus separate private den (a great child's bedroom!), this unit has a spacious open concept entertainment space fitted with maple shaker cabinets, new charcoal laminate counters, stainless steel sink and cream subway tile backsplash. Featuring blond maple laminate floors, an abundance of new track lighting, and fresh paint, this open airy space is ideal for hosting friends. The 4-piece washroom has been recently upgraded with a new light fixture and wall mirror, and the master bedroom has newly installed waffle broadloom in a neutral beige and fresh cream colour paint.

To learn more, click HERE.

At urbaneer.com, we make it our business to understand the dynamics of real estate and the nuances of the market. With a multi-disciplinary education on housing, over twenty year of real estate sales, and a commitment to service, consider making urbaneer.com your realtor of choice! Specializing in renovated and restored character dwellings, low-maintenance living, revenue-producing properties and loft conversions, call us for hassle-free pressure-free guidance at 416-322-8000.

Steven Fudge, Sales Representative
Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage

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