Bosley Realestate

May 2013

Urbaneer’s May 2013 E-promo

May 31st, 2013 | Real Estate

The month of May in Toronto has been wonky, both in terms of the weather and the changing real estate market. And whilst the chilly temperatures and lashing rains reflected the cooling temperaments of many real estate Buyers, we at Urbaneer enjoyed one of our busiest months ever. It's been… Read Full Entry

The Grocer Cometh

May 30th, 2013 | City LivingReal EstateLeslieville/RiversideQueen WestRoncesvalles Village

Not long ago downtown dwellers had all the privileges of a city centre life except when it came to getting groceries. Beyond the small corner bodega, Shopper's Drug Mart, or a local gas station, city residents often had to cab it to the larger grocers down on Queens Quay or… Read Full Entry

A Job Well Done For Our Seller

May 29th, 2013 | Word On The StreetLeslieville/RiversideRiverdale / Playter Estates

In the competitive business of real estate sales, Urbaneer's formula for success includes a multi-disciplinary education on Housing, over two decades of sales, marketing & development experience, knowledge of the latest trends in culture, housing & style, plus a commitment to provide the highest level of service. The urbaneer team… Read Full Entry

The Difference Between Purchasing A House And A Home

May 28th, 2013 | Real Estate

If you're new to the real estate market, we've got one little tip to start off your search. Purchasing a house is a completely different experience than buying a Home. A house is an edifice, an investment or shelter. A Home, however, is the space in which you lay your… Read Full Entry

May Blooms A Changing Market

May 27th, 2013 | Tales From The Real Estate Trenches

So it's time for a quick Tale From The Real Estate Trenches! Here's what we're experiencing the downtown freehold and condominium markets. First, without question there are a lot more listings of properties for sale in the Toronto Downtown Core. Although values remain stable Buyers have more opportunities to be… Read Full Entry

Our Spring/Summer 2013 Forecast For Toronto’s Downtown Condominium Market

May 26th, 2013 |

This month we've combined our 20+ years of experience, our most recent Tales From The Real Estate Trenches blog posts, and this Spring's media stories to create our latest HomeWatch newsletter. It's our Spring/Summer 2013 Forecast On Toronto's Downtown Condominium Market! Click HERE to link to it, and don't hesitate… Read Full Entry

Welcome To West Queen West

May 23rd, 2013 | Real EstateQueen West

One of the gifts of operating under Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage is, while Bosley is Canada's oldest (since 1928!) family-run real estate brokerage steeped in tradition, they're also one of Toronto's most forward-thinking real estate firms in the country. As the fourth generation of the Bosley namesake blossoms,… Read Full Entry

Behold The Emerson

May 22nd, 2013 | City LivingRestaurantsWallace/Emerson & Brockton Village

Nothing beats the magic of serendipity. Like suggesting to clients we meet at The Emerson on Bloor at Lansdowne for dinner, only to discover said clients have a close connection to the restaurant itself - that being Conor (pictured below). Conor is a culinary magician. His hands wave with a… Read Full Entry

May 2013 Home Of The Month - Little Italy

May 21st, 2013 | Buy Of The MonthCollege Street/Little Italy

Welcome to our May 2013 Home of The Month Feature, which showcases a City of Toronto property recently purchased by urbaneer's Buyers. Over the past twenty years College Street has transitioned from its former glory as Toronto's 'Little Italy' neighbourhood to one of the country's hippest 'hoods and, more recently,… Read Full Entry

Soaring Rents, The Byproduct Of Buyer Restraint

May 16th, 2013 | Real Estate

If you're one of the zillions of Toronto investors who purchased a new condo which is now nearing completion, in that sea of soon-to-be-finished towers across the City, you will be relieved to know that today you can do your Happy Dance.      Condo research firm Urbanation reported that… Read Full Entry