Bosley Realestate

January 2013

Broadview Espresso In Riverdale / Playter Estates

January 31st, 2013 | RestaurantsRiverdale / Playter Estates

Situated at 817 Broadview Avenue at Pretoria, Broadview Espresso is the kind of neighbourhood spot where you can find tasty home-style baked goods and a beautifully crafted cup of espresso, all in a cozy and comfy setting replete with beadboard ceiling and vintage school-room lighting. On a frosty winter's day… Read Full Entry

Toronto Real Estate Insights

January 30th, 2013 | Real Estate

Would you like to stay updated on the Toronto real estate market without pressure or hassle? At, we invite you to subscribe to our FREE monthly newsletter on the dynamics of the downtown market. Specializing in lofty condominiums, low-maintenance houses, character dwellings and investment properties, our monthly promotion is… Read Full Entry

The Role Of Demographics On The Canadian Housing Market

January 29th, 2013 | Real Estate

Have you ever considered how demographics might influence the value of real estate? Urbaneer's latest HomeWatch newsletter provides some insight on how an aging Canadian population may impact the value of some locations and dwelling types. Click HERE to view 'Why Some Say Housing Prices Aren't Coming Back". Are you… Read Full Entry

January 2013 Home Of The Month - Playter Estates

January 25th, 2013 | Buy Of The MonthRiverdale / Playter Estates

Welcome to's Home Of The Month. This feature provides a snap shot of what's Buyers are purchasing in the City of Toronto. If one were to ask us what one of the most critical skills a realtor should have to be successful, our answer would be the 'art… Read Full Entry

It’s Cold! It’s Hot!

January 24th, 2013 | Tales From The Real Estate Trenches

Just as we wondered whether we'd have a real winter this year, Toronto got slammed with a snow storm that packed a frigid punch. For the past week we've been shivering in our boots, but it's not enough to deter Buyers from shopping for property. In fact, while the media… Read Full Entry

Small Wonders

January 23rd, 2013 | House And Home

Torontonians need to keep a watchful eye on what's occurring in the world of design and habitat in New York City. After all, this is the place where small wonders come true. And with housing prices moving beyond the threshold of affordability for Canada's urban proletariat, efficient mid and high… Read Full Entry

Dear Urbaneer - Choosing A Couch

January 21st, 2013 | Dear UrbaneerRecommended Reads

As realtors representing both buyers and sellers in the downtown freehold and condominium housing markets, we see a lot of terrific properties that could have sold faster if they had the right couch placed in them. A small condo with an over-sized piece will look crammed and uncomfortable. A contemporary… Read Full Entry

A Sweet Shop In Riverdale

January 18th, 2013 | City LivingRiverdale / Playter Estates

The sidewalk sandwich board of Suckers Candy Co. screams "We've got FUDGE!!!" And it just so happens that the creamy confection is also a VERY big favourite of urbaneer! Are you ready for a fantastic and frenetically-flavoured blast to the past? Located on 450 Danforth Avenue at Chester Avenue, Suckers… Read Full Entry

A Testimonial From Move-Up Buyers

January 17th, 2013 | Word On The Street

In the real estate industry, referrals and recommendations are the back bone of our business. A client well-served not only becomes a client for life, but also creates opportunities for assisting their friends, family and associates too. So please forgive our hubris in sharing some correspondence occasionally, but in our… Read Full Entry

The Cooling Housing Market - The Toronto Star

January 15th, 2013 | Real EstateTales From The Real Estate Trenches

On Friday, the Economic Club of Canada, who had invited the chief economists from Canada’s five largest banks and the New York-based chief economist for European bank BNP Paribas to share their views, were warned of an imminent decline in construction jobs and a reduction in consumer purchases by homeowners.… Read Full Entry