Bosley Realestate

July 2014

Urbaneer’s July 2014 E-Promo

July 31st, 2014 | Real Estate

Did you know we publish a monthly newsletter that you can subscribe to for FREE? Here's what this month's issue explores: First, we share our HomeWatch Newsletter called 'From Wi-Fi to Sci-Fi: Taking Housing into the Future'. It's summarizes how technology has become an anchor in our domestic lives, including… Read Full Entry

Is The Bank of Mom and Dad Behind Rising Housing Prices?

July 28th, 2014 | Real Estate

Although Mother's and Father’s Days have passed already this year, there is always cause to pause and reflect on the ongoing supportive roles our parents play in our lives. From the time we can walk, parents start putting steps in place to help their little ones have the knowledge, street… Read Full Entry

Dear Urbaneer: Is Now The Right Time To Sell My Home?

July 25th, 2014 | Dear Urbaneer

Welcome to our latest installment of “Dear Urbaneer” where we contemplate thoughtful questions and queries brought to us by our clients. This time around, our client is toying with the idea of putting his home up for sale, but wants some advice on how to proceed. Dear Urbaneer:It seems… Read Full Entry

July 2014 Home Of The Month - St. Lawrence Market

July 23rd, 2014 | Buy Of The MonthSt. Lawrence Market

Welcome to's Home Of The Month. This feature provides a snap shot of what's Buyers are purchasing in the City of Toronto. When our professional female client relocated back to Toronto after a stint out west, she enlisted our services to find the ideal residence for under $650,000. We… Read Full Entry

Vignettes Of Progress At The Black House

July 21st, 2014 | Tales Of Upper Hillsborough

Ok, so my apologies in advance cuz I'm going to prattle on today about my love affair. Yes, it's our four-year anniversary since we began tackling tuning-up, renovating, expanding and decorating - remotely from Toronto, Ontario - a vintage triplex in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island - which we bought in… Read Full Entry

A Mini History On St. James Town

July 18th, 2014 | City LivingCabbagetown / Corktown

Located south of Bloor west of Parliament, St. James Town - a collection of 19 high-rise and 4 low-rise apartment building ranging from 14 to 32 floors - were built in the 1960s. Renown as being the largest high-rise community in Canada, it's also been identified as one of Toronto's… Read Full Entry

Dinner And Design At Weezies In Corktown

July 16th, 2014 | RestaurantsCabbagetown / Corktown

The other evening I connected with my landscape architect Dan Nuttall to discuss the future gardens at my newest acquisition --> a 1960's purpose-built legal duplex in Riverdale which will soon be making its debut on the site as my next redevelopment project, on the heels of The Tales Of… Read Full Entry

The Snakes And Ladders Of Under Pricing Property

July 14th, 2014 | Real Estate

There is a perception, in our currently scorching hot Toronto market, that Sellers are real estate pied pipers of sorts. All they need to do is announce their intention to sell, set their price and wait for Buyers to beat the door down, ready to pay any price. Not necessarily.… Read Full Entry

A Cluny More Gorgeous Than George?

July 12th, 2014 | RestaurantsCabbagetown / Corktown

The urbaneer team are 'all personality', each with our unique perspective. This diversity allows us to each contribute our unique perspective while collectively serving our clients better.  Jim comes from a luxury goods background, James is an acclaimed professional musician, Kellye is a former retail manager (and our resident newlywed),… Read Full Entry

Marriage 101: Sorry, HGTV - Identifying Your Real Estate Needs and Wants

July 11th, 2014 | Kellye The Newlywed

Our fab urbaneer team are a diverse bunch, who come from surprisingly different backgrounds. Yup, the urbaneer team not only includes Kellye, but Jim, who comes from a luxury goods background, James, an acclaimed professional musician, and Kimberly, the owner of design hub 'Spruce' in Cabbagetown. This diversity allows us to… Read Full Entry