Buying and selling a property in the GTA now just like eBay: you get more money when you price something for $1 to get multiple offers vs. pricing it close to price you actually want to sell it for. In Toronto, you get more money when you price a condo for $499k or house $999k…Read More
Torontonians are hungry to own a piece of Toronto, and many still prefer to buy within the city. I hear investors advising to buy high and sell high, however I’m still a gal who finds much more satisfaction in finding gems that have much potential. Read on for the 3 best Toronto neighbourhoods to check out.Read More
When walking down the streets of Toronto and you see all these development signs, do you ever wonder what the skyline will look like once these condos are built? I certainly do.Read More
For the past couple weeks, my fellow Realtors and I were faced with multiple offers from as little as 2 to as many as 32 (for real!). With our buyer clients, we have been on the edge of our seats hoping we will not get yet another notification that an offer has been registered. With our seller clients, even we were shocked with the amount of (bully) offers on re-listed properties that did not sell last year.Read More
Here’s a true story of a tale of two couples I am working with right now actively looking to buy a home in Toronto. Both sets of buyers are highly qualified: Young professionals with good jobs who saved money to buy their first home with savvy parents who are chipping in so that it will be a 50% down payment to secure them a good home and ensure a lower monthly mortgage payment.
So what is the only difference between both parties?
One couple is looking for a condo, while the other is looking for a house (detached or semi attached house). And here is a glimpse of their journey in finding a home to buy in Toronto.Read More