Bosley Realestate

March 2020

Urbaneer’s March 2020 E-Promo

March 30th, 2020 |

*Did you know we publish a monthly newsletter that you can subscribe to for FREE? Just click the link at the bottom of this post!*   When spring arrives, the weather traditionally entices us outside to enjoy the warm breezes, feel the sun kissing our faces, and inhale the scent of… Read Full Entry

Dear Urbaneer: How Can I Feel More Comfortable At Home During Self-Isolation & COVID-19?

March 25th, 2020 | COVID-19 & Toronto Real EstateDear UrbaneerHouse And Home

Welcome to this month’s instalment of Dear Urbaneer where I take real estate questions from my ever-inquisitive clients. This post, I guide a client who, like many of us, is faced with living and working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Truly, in these troubling times, the concept of “home” and how… Read Full Entry

Seeking A Smarter Commute? There’s An App For That!

March 20th, 2020 | City Living

What’s the most essential amenity near your home? Being close to great shopping and cafe culture? Proximity to green space? While these are no doubt important, I believe most urbanites would rank having easy, efficient access to Toronto's public transit system at the top of their list. With a legitimate pandemic… Read Full Entry

How Canada’s Big Banks Are Responding To The COVID-19 Pandemic Panic

March 18th, 2020 | COVID-19 & Toronto Real EstateReal Estate

At a time when our collective world is being turned upside down, we're extra thankful that we've forged valuable relationships with knowledgeable, trustworthy partners! Over the years the advice and guidance from our go-to mortgage broker - Mortgage Jake - has been absolutely invaluable. He's informed on the latest, including how the Canadian Big Banks and other… Read Full Entry

Seeking Good Schools In Toronto? There’s An App For That!

March 13th, 2020 | House And Home

It’s a well-known fact that proximity to amenities is an essential part of growing your real estate investment’s asset value. Proximity to good schools is one of these coveted attributes - one that future buyers would happily pay premiums for! If you are a parent, knowing what schools are where… Read Full Entry

Canadian Real Estate Sees Interest Rate Cut & Mortgage Stress Test Change

March 6th, 2020 | Real Estate

If you're a dwell hunter in Toronto, and you're keen to lock down a piece of Toronto real estate, you already know it's extremely difficult to secure property. With the continued pressures due to a lack of supply, and even more Buyers entering the purchasing pool, competition is fierce and Buyers are pulling… Read Full Entry

Strong Toronto Real Estate Sales Growth In February 2020

March 5th, 2020 |

In line with the forecast contained in the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board’s recently released Market Year in Review and Outlook Report, TRREB President Michael Collins announced a very strong year-over-year sales and price growth in February 2020. Here's the Toronto Real Estate Board's analysis for February 2020, as well… Read Full Entry

The Iconic Horseshoe Tavern On Queen Street West

March 3rd, 2020 |

For live music fans, the experience is as much about the venue as it is about the music. Take, for instance, the humble but historic Horseshoe Tavern, located at 370 Queen Street West; this steadfast establishment has been showcasing live music and launching careers for over seven decades. The stage… Read Full Entry

Alo & Aloette Offer Unique Dining Experiences In The Fashion District

March 3rd, 2020 | RestaurantsKing West / Niagara / Liberty VillageQueen West

It is supremely special when you have a unique dining experience located right in your neighbourhood, but when you have two located right next to each other, it’s a huge bonus.  Enter sister restaurants Alo and Aloette, located at 163 Spadina Ave.     Aloette embraces the decadence and the… Read Full Entry

Booksmart Bliss At The Danforth-Coxwell Library

March 1st, 2020 | City LivingThe Danforth

The public library is perhaps one of the greatest unsung heroes when it comes to leisure opportunities and cultural enrichment. Libraries aren’t just for bibliophiles (although for avid readers, there is great pleasure in having rows upon rows of reading material to choose from); they are community hubs with programming… Read Full Entry