real estate: 3 “solds” in 5 days - 05/16/18 07:52 AM
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real estate: Condo for Sale: 200 Robert Speck Pkwy, Unit 903, Mississauga, Ontario - 07/11/17 11:44 AM
2 bedroom + den Condo For Sale in Mississauga, City Centre, Square One
 
 
Gorgeous 2 Bedroom + Solarium Condo In High Demand Square One Area. Modern And Stylish Open Concept Floor Plan. Bright Kitchen With Breakfast Bar Perfect For Entertainment. Walking Distance To Square One Mall, City Center Entertainment, Schools, Community Centers. Easy Access Hwys And Public Transit. Excellent Started Home Or Investment Opportunity. Fridge, Stove, Built In Dishwasher, Front Load Stacked Washer And Dryer. Existing Window Coverings And Light Fixtures.
 

 
200 Robert Speck Pkwy, Unit 903 Mississauga,Ontario L4Z1S3
See more: http://marinag.ca/Property/Mississauga-Ontario/8167332-200-Robert-Speck-Pkwy-Unit-903-Mississauga-Ontario-W3868269
Source: 200 Robert Speck Pkwy, Unit 903, Mississauga, Ontario L4Z1S3
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real estate: Condo for Rent -15 Coneflower Cres., #233, Toronto, Ontario M2R 0A4 - 10/21/16 09:40 PM
2 bedroom+Den Condo Townhouse for Rent in Toronto, Bathurst/Finch, Westminster-Branson
Lovely 2 Bedroom + Den Town House With Rooftop Private And Fenced Terrace. Located In The Heart Of North York, Walking Distance To Ttc, Schools, Parks And Community Centre. 1 Bus To Subway. Resort Style Outdoor Pool At Front Steps. Granite Kitchen Counters With Breakfast Bar. Move In And Enjoy This Tranquil, Family Oriented Community. All Existing Appliances: Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher, Over The Range Microwave, Stacked Washer And Dryer.

15 Coneflower Cres., Unit 233 Toronto,Ontario M2R 0A4
See more: http://marinag.ca/Property/Toronto-Ontario/7105366-15-Coneflower-Cres-Unit-233-Toronto-Ontario-C3636842
Source: 15 Coneflower Cres., Unit 233, Toronto, Ontario M2R 0A4
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real estate: House for Rent in Oakville - Bridge & Third Line - 09/16/16 07:30 AM

Beautiful 3 bedroom/2 bathroom bungalow located in high demand Oakville location – Bridge and Third Line. Features include but are not limited to fabulous modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, spacious and bright bedrooms, large family/rec room in the basement, huge private backyard and freestanding garage – everything that best homes of Oakville have to offer. Showings could be booked starting September 30. Available for lease – October 1st. Please, provide credit check/employment letter/references. First and last month deposit. $2500 per month, tenant pays utilities. No smoking, pets might be considered. Please, call to inquire – 416-843-1515 or email marina@leva.ca
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real estate: Townhome for Rent - 17 Coneflower Cres, Unit 102, Toronto, M2R0A4 - 07/21/16 01:40 AM
2 bedroom+Den Condo Townhouse for rent in Toronto, Bathurst/Finch, Westminster-Branson near TTC and 1 bus to Subway
 
Lovely 2 Bedroom + Den Town House With Walk-Out From Both Bedrooms To Private And Fenced Terrace. Located In The Heart Of North York, Walking Distance To Ttc, Schools, Parks And Community Center, 1 Bus To Subway; Resort Style Outdoor Pool At Front Steps. Granite Kitchen Counters With Extended Breakfast Bar, Marble Sink In The Bathroom.
Move In And Enjoy This Tranquil, Family Oriented Community. All Existing Appliances ; Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher, Washer And Dryer.
17 Coneflower Cres., Unit 102 Toronto,Ontario M2R0A4
See more: http://marinag.ca/Property/Toronto-Ontario/7159996-17-Coneflower-Cres-Unit-102-Toronto-Ontario-C3646819
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real estate: Condo for sale - 151 Dan Leckie Way, Unit 241, Toronto, Ontario M5V4B2 - 07/07/16 12:35 AM
1 bedroom + Den condo with huge terrace for sale in Toronto, Front/Spadina, Waterfront Communities, Fitness Center
Unique 1 Bedroom + Den Condo With Private And Fenced Terrace, Approximately 220 Sq Ft With Walk Out To Inner Yard. Parade 2 Is A Famous Downtown City Place And Modern Condo Project. Walking Distance To Ttc, Banks, Sobey's, Restaurants, Finance And Entertainment Districts, Waterfront. Excellent Starter Home Or Investment Opportunity.
Fridge, Stove, Built In Dishwasher, Washer And Dryer. Exclude: Existing Window Coverings (Belong To Tenant)
151 Dan Leckie Way, Unit 241 Toronto,Ontario M5V4B2 -
See more at: http://marinag.ca/Property/Toronto-Ontario/6660709-151-Dan-Leckie-Way-Unit-241-Toronto-Ontario-C3545973
Source: 151 Dan Leckie Way, Unit 241, Toronto, Ontario … (4 comments)

real estate: Luxury Condo For Rent - 60 Berwick Ave, Unit 104, Toronto, ON, M5P1H1 - 06/24/16 03:29 AM
Luxury 1 bedroom condo suite for rent at Yonge/Eglinton in Toronto, TTC and Eglinton Subway station near by

Luxurious Executive Suite In The Famous Berwick Tower, Located On The Quiet Street In The Prestigious Chaplin Estates At Yonge And Eglinton, Surrounded By Multi Million $ Detached Homes.
725 Sq Foot Of Space With 11 Foot Ceilings With Direct Exit To The Street, Hardwood Throughout, Large Modern Kitchen With Large Island And Lots Of Cabinet Space.
Upgrades Include Granite Countertops, Undermount Double Sink, Upgraded Shower Head, Top Of The Line Light Fixtures. All Existing Appliances, Elfs, Ewcs Included For Tenant To Use
60 Berwick Ave, … (2 comments)

real estate: Condo for sale - 5740 Yonge St, Unit 2110, Toronto, Ontario M2M 0B1 - 05/25/16 10:26 PM
1 bedroom + Den condo for sale in Toronto near Finch TTC Subway Station, Go Transit, Viva
5740 Yonge St, Unit 2110, Toronto, Ontario M2M 0B1
Fabulous 1 Bedroom Plus Den Unit With Large Balcony And Popular Open Concept Design In The Palm; Available With Parking. Famous Downtown City Place And Modern Condo Project W/Breathtaking City View. Walking Distance To Ttc, Go Finch, Viva Transit, Restaurants, Finance And Entertainment, Parks, Top Of The Line Amenities- Gym, Swimming Pool, Party Room, Meeting Room, Outstanding Patio. Call It Your New Home Or Enjoy As A Great Investment Property.
All Existing Appliances; Fridge, Stove, Built In … (5 comments)

real estate: 5 Secrets To Selecting Interior Lighting - 04/05/16 07:00 AM
Lighting is, perhaps, the most important element in decorating. The right lamp, chandelier or ceiling fixture can instantly make a room more attractive and inviting. The wrong lighting, unfortunately, can have the opposite effect.
Here are five secrets to making the right choice:
How much lighting is required in a room? To calculate, simply multiply the square footage by 1.5. Therefore, a 12′ x 16′ living room would require 288 watts of lighting (12 x 16 x 1.5 = 288). How big a chandelier do you need? Simply add the dimensions of the room together. So a 12′ x 16′ area could … (2 comments)

real estate: Townhouse For Rent - 3345 Silverado Dr, Unit 41, Mississauga, L5A3Y8 - 03/31/16 07:16 AM
Bright And Spacious 3 Bedroom Townhouse In Excellent High Demand Location. Surrounded By Mature Trees. Large Updated Kitchen With Breakfast Area, Sun Filled Living Room With Wood Burning Fireplace. Hallway Has Direct Access To Garage. Rec Room With Walk Out To The Yard. Close To Schools, Square One, Walking Distance To Shopping, Parks, Public Transportation. All Existing Light Fixtures, Fridge, Stove, Built-In Dishwasher, Washer / Dryer.
 
 
See more at: http://marinag.ca/Property/Mississauga-Ontario/6185565-3345-Silverado-Dr-Unit-41-Mississauga-Ontario-W3452127
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real estate: When the Home Inspector Finds Something Wrong - 03/24/16 12:53 AM
You shop for a home. You find one you like. You make an offer — conditional on a satisfactory home inspection.
Okay so far.
Then the inspector discovers a problem with the home that may require an expensive repair or renovation. Perhaps the frame in the front door is cracked; or there's a leak in the roof; or the furnace is due to be replaced.
What do you do?
You don't want to pass up an opportunity to purchase what could be your dream home. On the other hand, you don't want to have to deal with potentially costly repairs.
First, keep in mind that you … (1 comments)

real estate: Rentals are Not a Joke! - 03/09/16 08:36 PM
It often surprises me how lightly some of the home owners and also some of my colleges treat rentals.
I might be wrong, but I treat rentals just as seriously as I treat sales. I will not offer to do open houses or print super expensive brochures, but the rest bells and whistles Landlords are entitled to just like home Sellers.
Our job as Realtors is to bring the world to the property (since we cant bring the property to the world) and how could we possibly do this without fabulous photographs, appealing descriptions, floor plans and all the possible advertising media.
As to … (2 comments)

real estate: Condo For Rent – 60 Berwick Ave, Unit 610, Toronto, Ontario M5P1H1 - 03/08/16 05:27 AM
Luxurious 2 bedroom + den condo for rent in Toronto, Yonge-Eglinton, Berwick Tower
Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to live in CityTowns and The Berwick one of the most sophisticated new condominium residences in its history, midtown's most desirable neighbourhood. Rarely offered luxurious 2 bedroom plus den and 2 bathroom executive suite, filled with natural light, bright and spacious, and featuring almost 1000 sq foot of living space plus large balcony opening into a serene view of the residential neighborhood. Upgrades include stainless steel appliances, front load washer and dryer, undermount sink, upgraded pull out kitchen faucet, backsplash in … (2 comments)

real estate: Stay or move? How to decide - 03/04/16 10:45 PM
Do you sometimes review the real estate ads in your local paper? Do you drive by an open house sign and feel the urge to stop and check it out? Those are common indications that, at least on some level, you’re thinking about the possibility of making a move.
But how do you decide if you should actually move?
The first step is to consider whether there are any practical reasons to consider buying a new home. What’s pushing you in that direction?
Is your current home too small for your needs? Is the commute to work, for you or your spouse, too … (2 comments)

real estate: Understanding Market Value - 03/03/16 07:42 PM
If you were going to sell your car, what would you do? Well, you would probably check to find out how similar vehicles to yours are priced. Then you would set your advertised price within that range.
What you would be doing, perhaps without knowing it, is determining the “market value” of your car.
Market value is simply what buyers today are willing to pay for a particular product.
When you decide to put your house up for sale, one of the first things you and your REALTOR® will do is determine the market value of your property. That’s important to know because if … (2 comments)

real estate: Help Buyers Understand The Area - 02/28/16 10:13 PM
There’s a famous saying in the real estate business: “Location, location, location”. It simply means that where your home is located — the neighbourhood — is just as important to potential buyers as the features of the property itself.
Sellers often make the mistake of creating a long list of home features while ignoring neighbourhood features. They tout the spacious kitchen, the newly renovated bathrooms and the gorgeous backyard deck, but say little about the area.
So when you’re ready to sell your home, sit down and create two lists: home features and neighbourhood features. Buyers want to know both.
On that neighbourhood features … (0 comments)

real estate: 5 Things Home Buyers Don’t Want To See - 02/28/16 12:02 AM
When preparing a property for sale, homeowners often focus on the things that will impress buyers, such as clean and uncluttered spaces, well lit rooms, staged furniture designed to maximize appeal, and so forth.
But it’s equally important to pay attention to those things you don’t want buyers to see... those little turn-offs that, although seemingly minor, can distract buyers and cause them to lose interest in your property.
For example, you don’t want buyers to see these things:
Pets. Although many people love pets, some don’t. Others are allergic to them. Dogs, in particular, can take a keen interest in new visitors, jumping … (2 comments)

real estate: Getting A Handle On The Home Selling Process - 02/27/16 04:31 AM
You probably know there’s more to selling a home than putting up a FOR SALE sign. But if you don’t understand the process in detail, you might feel intimidated and stressed when it comes time to put your property on the market.
Fortunately, the home selling process isn’t that difficult to understand. There are basically six steps.
Step one is selecting the right REALTOR®. You need a knowledgeable, trusted expert who can guide you through the process, take care of all the details, and help sell your home quickly and for the best price.
Step two is preparation. You need to ensure your home … (1 comments)

real estate: Be Sensible When it Comes to Scents - 02/26/16 02:43 AM
Sniff, sniff. “What is that smell?”
 
That is definitely not the reaction you want a potential buyer to have when they view your house.
The problem with common household scents – from family pets, preferred cooking styles, smoking, or even hobbies such as model-making – is that we get accustomed to them. However, someone who enters the house for the first time will notice these aromas right away.
So, before a viewing appointment or open house, be sure household scents are under control. A good airing usually does the trick.
Reposted from http://www.marina.realtor/ixact-be-sensible-when-it-comes-to-scents/
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real estate: What is Your Priority - Time or Money? - 02/23/16 09:15 PM
There are people who will spend any time to save a bit of money and there are people who will spend any money to save a bit of time. Who are you?
Our life is just too short to become a professional in everything. You could be OK in many fields, you could be truly brilliant in just a few.
The question is, when you need something done, something that you don't do everyday and that you don't really love doing, would you spend time and effort to master the skill or would you pay to get it done?
Would you cut your own … (3 comments)