It used to be that properties had a fairly tight value range based on location, lot, type, and size. Starting out, I remember being soooooooo rookie chagrined to learn that things like quality of light, space, flow and material choices had relatively little impact on price. Quality just wasn't quantifiable enough to count, I guess?
Mostly yes. Ugh.
But recent sales indicate a shift. Read More
The home buyer today seeks long term safety at the expense of current comfort. So if feeling at all comfortable is what you're after in a process that is highly competitive and bound to cost you more than you had hoped, you're best to stay home. Read More
My buyers are often surprised when I tell them we can predict within range, what a property will likely go for and that it has nothing to do with ask price. Here's what you need to know about market patterns and how to predict them - useful stuff for sellers and buyers both. Read More
Yes, Toronto’s record-breaking streak of real estate sales continues...
Homes are selling today for 15.7 per cent more than they did in May 2015. Read More
I don't think it is only heightened demand that is causing the incredible velocity of the Toronto market. I think the real estate profession itself has everything to do with the pace we're now experiencing and so in a way, I do blame the profession itself. Read More