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The lack of homes for sale continues into the 2012 spring real estate market in Toronto. Older homes do present a challenge when you want the property but may be forced by competition to waive your Home Inspection Condition. My personal advice is to endure a few sales and bidding cycles; have a h...
I invite those outside of Toronto/ Mississauga to reach out and create or join their own Pinterest Group for referrals. Looking for RE/MAX agents that would like to join a referral working group on Pinterest http://pinterest.com/davidpylyp/re-max-referral-and-relocation/ David Pylyp Toronto and...
Just got off the phone with a Landlord handling a dispute between his tenant and the adjacent neighbour over cars parked in a Right of Way (shared Mutual Driveway) Tenant parks to drop off kids and groceries, neighbour has a tantrum about cars in the driveway. This is escalating to LAWYER lette...
With all the talk about Toronto Condo Bubbles, Housing Bubbles and all the informed conversations online about HOW the Real Estate and condo market in TO will collapse this year; I offer this simple answer. Toronto has a vacancy factor of less than 1% Yes 1% This article from Forbes magazine ...
Lets have a look at and compare what makes the maintenance fees in your building. First Lets establish a few things, Your furnace unit consumes electricity; usually through a heat exchange unit in a central part of the condo or maybe you are blessed with two. The heat exchange units take warmth (...