Featured Toronto Neighbourhoods

The Annex

The Annex is one of Toronto's oldest neighbourhoods and its first streetcar suburb, characterized by its distinctive tall narrow houses, and lively community along Bloor Street. Considered a food and shopping mecca, this district is well known by Torontonians as one of the friendliest neighbourhoods in the city.

Rosedale

Rosedale is Toronto's wealthiest neighbourhood and an enclave for some of the city's biggest mansions housing a who's who of the city's movers and shakers, movie stars and other local celebrities. Surrounded by beautiful ravines and parkland, Rosedale boasts clean, quiet, tree-lined streets from Yonge snaking east to Bayview and south to Bloor.

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Top Tier Mid Year Market Report

July 24th, 2022

According to Sotheby’s International Realty Canada’s Top-Tier Real Estate: Mid-Year Report, residential sales in Canada’s largest luxury real estate market moderated through the first half of 2022. Even as the market gradually came into balance, Greater Toronto Area (Durham, Halton, Peel, Toronto and York) residential real estate sales (condominiums, attached and single family homes) over […]

6092 Carradine Crescent

July 21st, 2022

Welcome To Your Forever Home! Situated On A Quiet Cul De Sac With A Lush Forest In Your Backyard. Get Ready To Enjoy A Truly Private Zen Like Setting In The Heart Of Mississauga. Savour Quiet Mornings Listening To The Wind Sweeping Through The Trees. This Beautiful Home Has Been Artfully Renovated With No Expense […]

Toronto Market Stats – June 2022

July 12th, 2022

June stats point to a significant decrease in activity year over year and also from May 2022. However prices are up for all home types. Townhomes lead the way with a 9.1% increase while detached homes had the lowest increase y/y by just 2.9%. We expect activity to be slow throughout the summer months partly […]

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