Bosley Realestate

November 2019

Walk Score: The Measure Of A Pedestrian-Friendly City

November 12th, 2019 | City LivingReal EstateJunction/High Park/Bloor West/SwanseaSwansea / High Park / Bloor West VillageCorso Italia / DavenportWychwood / Humewood - CedarvaleHigh Park North / The Junction MidtownYorkville / Summerhill / RosedaleDufferin Grove / Bloorcourt VillageKing West / Niagara / Liberty VillageThe DanforthLeslieville/RiversideRiverdale / Playter EstatesCabbagetown / CorktownSt. Lawrence MarketAnnex / South Annex / Seaton VillageCollege Street/Little ItalyLittle PortugalQueen WestWallace/Emerson & Brockton VillageRoncesvalles Village

We all know that life is grand when you can embrace the benefits of a pedestrian lifestyle in an urban locale. You’ve likely heard of a Walk Score, Bike Score or Transit Score, but do you really know what is being measured? Do you know how this data is collected… Read Full Entry

How To Prep Your Property For The Winter Season

November 8th, 2019 |

Canadians pride themselves on being able to withstand - and even flourish - during long months of weather that would make most Americans quiver. However, we don't let our pride get in the way of preparedness. So, like in years past, make it a point to be ready for the… Read Full Entry

How Toronto Real Estate Is Shifting From ‘Fixer-Upper’ Flips To ‘Tear Down’ New Construction

November 7th, 2019 | Tales From The Real Estate TrenchesHigh Park North / The Junction College Street/Little Italy

Welcome to my blog on housing, culture and design, where I explore the many facets of housing and home in Toronto. In this post, I'm exploring the rise of a new standard and price point for luxury executive residences homes located in former ethnic neighbourhoods. The speed with which Buyers are snapping them up signals a… Read Full Entry

Toronto Home Sales Increase & Listings Decrease In October 2019

November 5th, 2019 |

Toronto is feeling the squeeze, with more sales (and more active buyers vying for property) but far fewer listings!! There were 15,375 active listings across the GTA in October, marking an 18.8% decline compared to a year earlier, according to data released by the TREB this morning. Here's the Toronto… Read Full Entry