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I am really into Christmas. Not so much in the Messianic sense, or even in the frankincense. It’s more the egg noggy, mall-Santa, Charlie Brown Christmas side of Christmas that I love. It’s just so perfectly merry.
At over $120 million in sales for 2018 and with a core team of only six agents, Nerses Sraidarian, broker of record and owner of Big City Realty in Markham, Ontario is realtor of the year.
The Distillery District is known for a lot of things. For starters, there’s the annual Christmas market that draws in hundreds of thousands to the neighbourhood each winter.
After decades of courting the young and single, condo developers finally find themselves in a family way.
The list of condo developments always seems to be growing, but the ones that really jump out to residents are the ones that fully speak to the neighbourhoods they occupy.
Anyone who’s ever bought, sold or rented real estate knows that the process isn’t friendly on first timers.
Toronto road closures these last few weeks have been the Christmas gift that keeps on giving. Heading into the holidays there are very few scheduled closures.
GO Transit is keeping their promise to deliver good news to commuters. Days after announcing the Toronto – Niagara Falls extension, GO Transit is now adding extra morning and evening trains to the Toronto and Kitchener route.
We reached out last week to have me contribute to their ‘of the year’ series.
It seems there are certain conversation topics Torontonians never tire of: Traffic on the DVP, how well (or badly) the Leafs / Raptors are doing this season… and then there’s the real estate market.
Commuting from Toronto to Niagara Falls is about to get a whole lot easier thanks to the GO Train.
When you develop a condo near the famous Graffiti Alley on Queen West, the threat of a paint can coming near your building isn’t so scary. In fact, that’s exactly what Rush Condos hoped for.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are all settled, married and expecting. Their marriage and imposing child might have broken a few hearts, but that’s all about to change thanks to this Toronto mansion on the market.
This holiday season, when you need a break from your not so favourite Aunt bragging about her fruitcake recipe, choose one of these awesome events. Whether it’s hiding out at the movies, supporting a charity, or singing along at karaoke, there are tons of things to do in Toronto over the next few weeks.
The size and sheer volume of GTA condo cancellations in 2018 sent shockwaves through the industry and left thousands of purchasers stunned and upset.
So much for steadying the course. According to the Canadian Real Estate Association, Canadian home sales are expected to drop to a nine-year low in 2019.
Household debt across Canada slightly increased in the third quarter.
The Toronto rental market continues its hot streak. For the third time this year, Toronto has been named the most expensive city in Canada for renting.
Thought renting in Toronto couldn’t get more expensive than it already is? Well, you’d be wrong.