Heather did a wonderful job with both selling our condo and purchasing our first home last year. Her enthusiasm, patience, thorough nature and exemplary knowledge of the market made the entire process much smoother and enjoyable than we expected.
The festival season is here. Toronto is opening its gates to the tourists and festival junkies seeking fun at various events scattered through the month and the city.
There has been a recent surge in what has been coined as the “pink” mortgage, defined as when a single woman buys a property on her own. Whether or not women are thrilled with the traditional pink for “girls” and blue for “boys” descriptor, women are changing the face of real estate. Over the past several years the real estate market has become increasingly “rosy” with solitary women coming in second only to married couples as the largest home purchasing …More
Dog owners and their four-legged friends in Toronto have another reason to rejoice. Purina Pawsway, a pet center located at Harbourfront, decided to make Toronto even more welcoming for the dogs and launched a new Pawsway Pet-Friendly Loyalty Program.
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Davisville is a major commercial community in midtown Toronto and an attractive area to live in for many Torontonians. Although it is densely populated, it is also known for being very “green”. The neighbourhood is serviced by its own subway station along the Yonge subway line.
The Man Behind the Neighborhood
In 1840, John Davis, an immigrant from Staffordshire, England, was Davisville’s first postmaster. But this is not why the Village is named after him. John Davis took an active public role …More