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What’s hot and what’s not in 2017 home trends

January 31st, 2017

Velvet, jewel tones, white marble and built-in bars are forecasted to be the biggest home design trends for 2017, according to the latest Zillow Digs® Home Trend Forecast. According to Kerrie Kelly, Zillow Digs home design expert, interior design this year will be about bringing warmth and comfort into the home. Homeowners will start to […]

Happy 150th Birthday Canada !! You’re Sure Looking Good :-)

January 24th, 2017

Happy 150th Birthday! Canada This year there will be celebrations all across our Great Land marking the 150th Anniversary of Confederation From local and community events to national celebrations Let’s get involved and celebrate who we are We have a lot to be proud of Canada! I’ll be keeping you updated throughout the year on […]

Cozy and warm, sitting fireside!

December 29th, 2016

The snow is flying and the temperature has been plummeting for the past few weeks, leading many Canadian homeowners to flip the switch on that gas fireplace for the first blazing fire of the season. If your home is missing this cozy feature, perhaps it’s an upgrade you’re considering. While a fireplace will usually add […]

So You Want To Move to Canada Eh?

November 16th, 2016

      Since the election of Donald Trump, the Canadian Immigration site has repeatedly been crashing with traffic from the US.  Want to venture north? Here are a few ways you might be able to do it.  1) Come in on a Student Visa, study at post secondary institution and eventually apply for citizenship.  2) Come […]

Winter Home Maintenance Tips

November 07th, 2016

Those cold and snowy winter days will inevitably arrive just like clockwork. Here are some tips to get your property winter ready: 1. Heating Check-Up Have your heating system serviced by a qualified professional. A gas furnace should be serviced every two years and an oil furnace every year. Change your furnace filter because a […]

5 Up and Coming Toronto Events – You Won’t Want To Miss!

June 19th, 2016

  Open Roof Festival This outdoor film and music festival will run on each consecutive Wednesday evening from June 22nd through August 24th.  Come sundown, catch a band followed by a flick for only $15! 99 Sudbury St. at Lisgar. http://openrooffestival.com Toronto Jazz Festival At various locales around the city from June 24-July 3rd, Toronto plays […]

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 […]

Kimmé’s Take On The Top 5 Trending Toronto Neighbourhoods Right Now!

October 28th, 2015

How many neighbourhoods are there in Toronto? ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY you say?? …and  still counting!  Rosedale, Forest Hill and Moore Park aside, certain neighbourhoods are more sought after than others but it’s always good to know which ones are still in the “gentrification process” where property values will continue to rise at higher rate […]

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