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How the Coronavirus will dramatically change the Canadian Real Estate Market in the next couple of months
Since there was already a big gap between supply and demand, and with inventory continuing to decrease (TRREB just reported a 33.6% decrease in active listings in February), an influx of new buyers will mean a further dwindling inventory. In fact, I recently had 30 people trying to buy the same entry-level property, most of them offering to pay way more just to be able to lock it.
If you’re an investor you should be buying RIGHT NOW. GTA properties are still a high-value investment (average price increased 16.7% in February) and the low-interest ra ...
Friday, November 15, 2019 / by Zifan Gao
READ: Your Cottage Might Yield Better ROI than Your Home and Here is Why
From determining your buying or selling strategies, adjusting timelines, to setting up realistic expectations, and predicting investment outcomes, we’ve got you covered. We’ve summarized this month’s report into a bite-sized digest so that you can be better educated in Real Estate and the current market trends.
Home Sales increased by 14% year-over-year
For the 7th consecutive month, we’ve seen a double-digit increase in the number of sales. However, for the 3rd consecutive month, we’ve also seen a double-digit decrease in active listings. ...
Thursday, November 14, 2019 / by Zifan Gao
Neighbourhood Guide - Leslieville, Toronto
East End’s Hippest Neighbourhood
Referred to by the NY Times as the next Williamsburg, this hip urban neighbourhood is home to young, upper-middle-income singles and families. Initially home to various factories, the neighbourhood underwent rapid gentrification in the last 20 years and is now famously known as a brunch hot-spot.
From brickyards and nurseries
Leslieville began as a small village in the mid 19th century when George Leslie (after whom the community is named) moved to the area and opened the Toronto Nurseries, which became the largest horticulture business in the country. Most of Leslieville's residents were gardeners or employed at one of the brick-making factories in the area. Leslie's home at Queen and Leslie no longer exists but the general store that the family owned near Queen and Jones still remains.
With its quaint tree-lined streets, Leslieville is ...