What would we have done without you!? In addition to helping us find our very first home, you have become a very close friend to both Ian and I. You took us through every phase of the home buying process like a seasoned pro. From the onset of our search, you supported us every step of way. You helped us to identify exactly what we were looking for — you were our real estate agent, our friend, our marriage counselor and everything in between!
The long awaited time of the year is here! Yes, it’s almost unbelievable that Santa is already packing presents and preparing his sled. Here’s our list of the best things to do, and it’s not just about Christmas. Some events don’t include red and green colour—but all of them are worth visiting. Enjoy this peaceful time of the year and let us know which events you found interesting!
Toronto Christmas Market
Date: November 20 – December 20
Location: Distillery District
Admission: weekdays free, weekends …More
The record-hitting trend in Toronto’s real estate market hasn’t stopped so far. Last month Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported record home sales for the month of October. A total of 8,804 properties were sold in the GTA, representing a growth of almost three per cent.
“It is clear that many GTA households remain upbeat about home ownership because owning a home represents a high quality, long-term investment. We will see a big, new record this year for home sales reported through …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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Riverdale, once called Riverside, is a diverse community named after the city park, which is a landmark in the area. Today, Riverdale attracts young affluent professionals looking for quaint Victorian homes close to downtown. Its colourful shopping districts and tall maple trees will simply make you love this neighbourhood!
Back in the 1850s, Riverdale was nothing more than a small rural community. Development began with the Grand Trunk Railway and accelerated when in 1884, the area north of Queen Street was …More