The Daily Tribune – Articles & Advice

Want to Get the Highest Price for Your Home? Do Your Prep Work!

March 02nd, 2016

  Clean! Clean! Clean! Make sure your home is spotless – as clean as clean can be! Potential Buyers view homes with their emotions and want to be bowled over! It doesn’t matter if you have stunning Quartz counters in the master bathroom or the most spectacular Elte chandelier hanging over your dining room table. […]

Don’t Wait Until April or May – Spring is Now!

January 17th, 2016

There’s a general consensus that the best time to sell is in April or May when the flowers are out and your home is looking it’s absolute best. From an aesthetic viewpoint, I certainly agree with ensuring your home looks it’s best BUT from a timing perspective to get you the highest dollar, I’m not […]

How Important Is a Home Inspection? Stupid Question? You’d Be Surprised.

January 17th, 2016

It’s particularly disconcerting when a Buyer decides to not have an inspection done because they think that the seemingly “new” house is too “new” to have any issues. After all it sure “looks” good – shiny, new, clean and pretty. There is no perfect house whether new or old. I like to say that a […]

The Best Moments Of 2015 In Toronto

January 12th, 2016

Toronto had a remarkable year! Here are just a few of my favourite highlights from 2015! The Pan Am and Parapan Am Games Toronto hosting these games brought the entire city together. There was so much going on during the games that you probably wished you could be two ( or 3, or 4 or 5) […]

101,299 Sales Through TREB in 2015! What A Year!

January 09th, 2016

The stats are in and 2015 was the second best year ever in terms of the number of GTA sales for all home types (101,299, up 9.2% from 2014) and undoubtedly had there been more listings the sales total would have been even greater. Low borrowing costs and a strong regional economy kept homebuyers confident […]

Leslieville! Toronto’s East End Favourite Neighbourhood!

January 07th, 2016

It’s hard to keep up with all of the enormous changes which have reshaped Leslieville over the past 10 years.  Home prices have increased dramatically, exciting new businesses have made their way to Queen St E, condos are continuing to be built, and a new demographic of 30 somethings who were tired of living downtown […]

T.O’s Best Outdoor Skating Rinks

January 01st, 2016

Winter’s Coming To Toronto in 2016! Will You Be Ready to Lace Up Your Skates?  The 10 Best Places to Go Skating in Toronto 1. Dufferin Grove South of Bloor on the east side of Dufferin, Dufferin Grove Park has one of the best outdoor rinks in the city and it’s one of the few […]

Brunswick House – Annex Area Icon to Close it’s Doors

December 26th, 2015

The Brunswick House,  a favourite Annex student hangout will be closing it’s doors for good. In operation since 1876, the Brunswick has had a rich heritage as a working class tavern, noted jazz venue and gathering place for local literary folk and it’s many varied patrons have drunk to good times and bad over the pub’s […]

Buying Real Estate in Toronto Will Cost More Upfront by Mid Feb 2016

December 12th, 2015

Buy Now or Wait Until I Have A Larger Downpayment? This was a legitimate question up until December 12, 2015 but the decision is no longer a choice especially when buying a property in Toronto, Vancouver or Victoria where the average price is higher than $500k. Many buyers have the means to avoid CMHC fees […]

You Get What You Pay For…Especially When Choosing Your Realtor®!

October 29th, 2015

Some Real Estate Agents use the strategy of offering a very low commission in order to increase the number of transactions they do.  Either they are huge volume agents who don’t give you an ounce of personal service ( I don’t know about you but for me, I prefer quality over quantity ) or they’re […]

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