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Urbaneer newsletter update March 22nd, 2012

Happy Spring 2012!

Isn't it amazing how happy and engaged Torontonians have suddenly become? You can feel the spring in our collective steps as this new season blooms fresh beginnings. The sidewalk patios in most every cafe are already full!

Although it remains a Seller's market with a shortage of good product, we're beginning to see more listings come to market, which is consistent with the season. As many Sellers are doing their own last minute touches, the urbaneer team is present with style support, ensuring our clients optimize their spaces in order to achieve the highest return on investment.

In fact, we're currently assisting several owners with our Style Enhancement Service, where we integrate many of our clients' belongings with some from urbaneer's cache, which are often more current in the style files of today's home decor, and can help accentuate things like the scale of the dwelling; our aim is to put a stamp on your abode, making it a little unusual and eclectic so the property is more memorable. After all, in the competitive world of real estate, our objective is to help make your property sell faster while generating the largest profit possible for you. Click HERE for our latest Style Enhancement!


I'd love to share with you our newest HomeWatch newsletter called:

Where Are The Listings: Factors Contributing To A Tight Market

A question we're frequently hearing from our buyers this Spring is: "Where are the decent listings?" To complicate matters, when our buyers do find a potential property, they realize that in order to secure the property in question, they often must become participants in a frenzied bidding war. Recently one of our clients fought hard with their chequebook to win a downtown 480k east-side house in competition. Even though they offered ten percent over asking without any conditions, and included some additional Seller-friendly provisions, they still lost out. This scenario in the current market is becoming typical, with a dwindling supply of quality stock presenting itself. So - why is there a distinct lack of good product coming to market? Here are our three primary reasons:

Want to read more? Click HERE to read our Where Are The Listings: Factors Contributing To A Tight Market.

Here's's newest promotion! A Wrigley Double-Mint Loft Offered at $649,000!

If you're looking for a neighbourhood that's dynomint, then here's an exceptional opportunity located in high demand Leslieville. Revered as a beacon of the cutting edge, this central downtown east location is a destination of choice for the high-styled, but down-to-earth buyer. Both nostalgic and romantic, Loft 404 B/C, with its two separate entries offers the kind of space one is more apt to see in a blockbuster movie than in real life. Comprising about 1600 square feet, this sensational white cube of ethereal space has 13.5' high ceilings, massive fluted columns and about forty feet of expansive windows with an unobstructed sun-drenched north exposure. Currently used as a photographer's studio, the unit features a gorgeous three-piece washroom and stainless steel kitchen. Easily a two bedroom suite, this live/work loft will inevitably transform into the perfect space by the next fortunate buyer.

Want to learn more? Click HERE for more details!

At, we make it our business to understand the dynamics of real estate, including the different ways you can maximize the value and return of your property. With a multi-disciplinary education on housing, over twenty year of real estate sales, and a commitment to service, consider making your realtor of choice! Specializing in renovated and restored character dwellings, low-maintenance living, revenue-producing properties and loft conversions, call us for hassle-free pressure-free guidance at 416-322-8000.

Steven Fudge, Sales Representative
Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage

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