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3205 361 Front St W, Toronto, ON

December 22nd, 2011

I just finished uploading this Condo for sale, 3205 361 Front St W, Toronto, ON

1034 Sq. Ft. Plus Balcony. Luxury Living Set Atop The City With The Best Panoramic Views Of The Skyline And Lake Ontario. Unparalleled Offering With Hardwood Flooring, Large Modern Kitchen, Floor-Ceiling Windows All On The 32nd Floor! This Is The Highly Sought After '05' Floorplan Which Is The Largest 2 Bedroom Oth ...

Toronto House Prices Hit New Record

December 15th, 2011
Toronto House Prices Hit New Record
By Susan Pigg

The Toronto housing market slipped back into sellers’ territory in November, helping propel prices even higher to a record average of $481,305.

That’s a 2.1 per cent increase from October and, when adjusted for seasonal fluctuations, almost 10 per cent more than the average GTA home was worth a year ago, according to figures ...

Balanced Market Conditions set to Return Next Year

December 6th, 2011

Balanced conditions set to return to most Canadian housing markets in 2012,

while residential values expected to once again set new records, says RE/MAX


Canadian residential real estate defied conventional logic and outperformed expectations in 2011, posting another solid year of housing activity virtually across the board.  The trend is expected to carry forward into 2012 as Canadians ...

Canadian Home Prices, Sales Better than Expected in 2011

December 6th, 2011
Canadian Home Prices, Sales Better than Expected in 2011
By The Canadian Press Courtesy of The Star

MISSISSAUGA, ONT.—The Re/Max real-estate sales organization says Canada’s housing market has been ahead of expectations this year and growth will likely continue into 2012.

It says home prices are expected to be up in 23 of the 26 local markets that it tracks, with about 460,00 ...

Six Ways to Make Sure you Buy the Right House

December 5th, 2011

Six Ways to make sure you Buy the Right House
By: Mark Weisleder

A year ago I wrote the most common mistake home buyers make is buying with their heart instead of their head — usually because they panic while involved in a stressful negotiation for which they are unprepared.

The result is that buyers pay more than they should, or are disappointed later when they find defects in the home or d ...