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  • Top Five Things to Look for When Hiring a Real Estate Agent

    Author: Sarah Spegel |

    Top Five Things to Look for When Hiring a Real Estate Agent

    Buying or selling a home is an exciting adventure. However, the process can also be complicated, time-consuming, and at times, stressful. Between researching listings, getting a home ready for sale, showings, marketing efforts, preparing offers, and negotiating, buying and selling a home is a lot of work.

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  • ***Just Listed*** 6 Calderon Cres

    Author: Sarah Spegel |

    Homes For Sale in Downtown Toronto

    Huge lot! Located near Yonge + Finch. Fabulous opportunity for end user or investor. Live now & build later! Owner has meticulously cared the home for 40+ years! Steps from parks, public transit & schools. No houses behind! 

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  • ***Just Listed*** 168 King St E Unit 304

    Author: Sarah Spegel |

    Homes For Sale in Downtown Toronto

    Hello Storage Lovers!

    Check out this RARE Opportunity In a Highly Sought After Building. Has been Renovated To Maximize Space, Utility And Beauty. It is Perfect For Entertaining.

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  • ***Just Listed*** 76 Shuter St Unit 609

    Author: Sarah Spegel |

    Homes For Sale in Downtown Toronto

    Intimate Boutique Building Check! Modern and Spacious Check! Parking Check! HUGE Private Terrace Check! Nestled in the heart of the up and coming Garden District, this fabulous unit will check all your must-have boxes. Move into 750 square feet of usable space! You will love the super functional layout! The unit boasts an extra large bedroom with custom built walk-in closet and a 250 square foot private terrace (BBQ’s allowed). Live and work downtown! 5 min walk to Dundas subway station. Close to the PATH, Gardiner, Eaton Centre, St Lawrence Market, parks, restaurants, theatre and entertainment district.

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  • Winteriscoming

    Author: Sarah Spegel |

    Homes For Sale in Downtown Toronto

    *Photo credit to Erin Shearer. Follow her on Instagram @e.she89 for fun travel pics, food porn, and general cuteness. 10 Winterizing tips for Homeowners Check your heating. Have a heating specialist inspect your furnace in advance of the cold weather. Turn off exterior faucets. Ice expands. Undrained water freezes and pipes can burst. Disconnect all garden hoses. Keep the heat in and energy bills low. Winterize your windows and doorways with caulking and weather stripping. Do it yourself or hire a professional. Get out of the gutter. Clogged eavestroughs block the drainage of rain and melting snow, and can cause household leaks and damage to…

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  • BUY IF...RENT IF

    Author: Sarah Spegel |

    Homes For Sale in Downtown Toronto

    *Photocredit to Robert Norman Photography. Follow him on Instagram @robertnormanphotography and check out his website at www.robertnormanphotography.com A few of my rental clients are thinking about making the transition into buying a property. One client is thinking about buying in the building that they currently rent in and the other is thinking about a fixer upper house. So, I thought i’d pass along some of the tips that I shared with them this weekend. There are more factors to buying than what I have jotted down below but part of my job is to assist my buyers along the way to…

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  • THE RENT VS BUY DILEMMA

    Author: Sarah Spegel |

    Homes For Sale in Downtown Toronto

    Photocredit to Jake Graham Photography. Follow him on Instagram @jakegrahamphoto and check out his website at www.jakegrahamphotography.ca Have you ever tried to make a list of all the things you buy? Try now! It’s infinite. Food, clothes, TVs, tech gadgets, subway fare, gas, mouthwash, soap. Endless, right? Buy. Consume. Done! I often wonder: if people buy most things, why do so many rent the roofs over their heads? I call it the Rent vs Buy Dilemma. Renting is hassle-free and offers flexibility – but the real truth? Tenants still pay a mortgage – the landlord’s. Plus, they miss out on the secure investment…

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  • 443 St Germain Ave

    Author: Sarah Spegel |

    Homes For Sale in Downtown Toronto

    Just Listed!! Rare find just off Avenue Road!! The property is perfect for Professionals wanting to set up their own business, Builders, Renovators or Investors! The possibilities are endless with the deep lot! 25’x150′ on the south side of St. Germain. Prime location, One lot off Avenue Road. Steps away from the local Starbucks which drives high quality pedestrian foot traffic right past your front door. Commercial/Residential/Mixed Use Zoning. The lot has tons of potential to build up To 3 storeys! Can be used as Office/Retail/Residential. Zoning allows for a long list of opportunities. Currently owner operated as office. Spacious reception area, large boardroom,…

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  • 218 WESTLAKE AVE

    Author: Sarah Spegel |

    Homes For Sale in Downtown Toronto

    Exquisitely Renovated 3-Bedroom, 4-Bathroom Detached Home With Parking In Danforth Village. Open Concept Main Floor With Great Flow, Hardwood Floors, Powder Room, Chef’s Kitchen With Island, &...

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  • 45 AUBURN AVE

    Author: Sarah Spegel |

    Homes For Sale in Downtown Toronto

    A Must See, Nestled In The Heart Of Corso Italia. Beautifully Renovated From Top To Bottom, Inside & Out (2013) Including Roof, Electrical, Plumbing, Hardwood, Kitchen, Baths, Landscaping. Right Across...

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  • 43 SANDOWN AVE

    Author: Sarah Spegel |

    Homes For Sale in Downtown Toronto

    Custom Built 4 Bedroom, 7 Washroom Family Home* Over 3000 Sq Ft Of Luxury Living On A Premium 45 X125 Ft Lot* Quality Workmanship & High End Finishes* Open Concept Main Kitchen With Granite...

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