We highly recommend our realtor Heather Hadden. She's well respected in the real estate circles, she is very connected ( ie mortgage, real estate lawyer, home inspectors, contractors) She's extremely knowledgable, great at her job and she is the reason why we won the bid on a home that we truly LOVE.
February in Toronto is as exciting as it’s chilly! Get through the winter weather by warming up at one of the events coming up this month.
Toronto Real Estate Board released the stats for the last month. The sales were up 8.2 per cent annually. TREB’s MLS® System recorded 4,672 residential transactions in January 2016. Detached homes remained the most desired properties with 2,109 transactions, even though the sales growth rate for this home type was the lowest – only 5.7 per cent. All the other home types were up by over 8 per cent each.
TREB President Mark McLean noted, that it’s not surprising the handoff …More
Enter Chloe Salerno, baking goddess extraordinaire, making out-of-this-world cakes from her home in midtown Toronto.
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Seaton Village is actually named after Lord Seaton. Born in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, he was a former Lieutenant Governor of Canada. However, the original settlers of Seaton Village were Colonel David Shank and Captain Samuel Smith, firends of the Lieutenant and loyalists serving in the Queens Rangers. Years after they settled, their farm lots were acquired by a successful merchant from New York City named George Crookshank. In the 1850s, the Village was laid out on the old Crookshank farm, at …More