55 Highview Avenue sold in TWO days!
Congratulations for our awesome clients on the quick sale of their home!
Welcome to 917 Bathurst Street!
You won’t find another investment property of this caliber.
917 Bathurst Street in The Annex was professionally built and completed in 2013. The result is four luxury suites built with the highest of standards and attention to detail.
With thoughtful design and impressive layouts, each suite maximizes living space without sacrificing function.
Custom kitchens, exposed brick and smoked white oak flooring are just a few examples of the quality of finishes that were put into this build.
Safety and comfort were equally prioritized and are illustrated through the inclusion of fire alarm pull stations at all exits, emergency lighting, video surveillance and individually metered gas and hydro for each suite.
The property also includes a private drive with ample parking spaces including a detached two car garage.
26 Kings Park Boulevard sold over asking in five days!
Congratulations to our wonderful sellers on the quick and successful sale of their beautiful home.
48 Harcourt Avenue sold over asking!
Congratulations to our awesome seller clients on the quick sale of their beautiful home!
2021 Gerrard Street East sold over asking!
Staged and sold over asking with multiple offers! Congratulations to our sellers on the quick sale of their awesome Upper Beach home.
Congrats to our sellers on the quick sale of this awesome Corktown loft!
For more information on this recent sale, please visit www.51Trolley.com
We’re all staying safe at home and this is a great time to do some things to improve your home’s value while in quarantine.
Here are 11 ways to improve your home’s value:
- Organize your pantry and closets – consider donating the items once you’re able. We love Allan Gardens Food & Clothing Share
- Sweep your entryway, deck, and walkways
- Power wash your porch, deck, walkways, or fence – don’t spray the neighbour’s dog!
- Clean your windows inside and out
- Clean up around your property – rake leaves, pick up fallen sticks and branches, remove weeds, edge your lawn
- Clean out your eavestroughs
- Re-caulk around your shower, tub, and sinks
- Patch any superficial cracks in walls and ceilings
- Touch up paint, or completely repaint to freshen up your space
- Clean the grout between your tiles – an old toothbrush is a great tool
- Deep Clean! Do the stuff you never have time to: wash down cupboards, appliances, and baseboards. Clean the inside and outside of your appliances (dishwasher and washer too!)
Did you recently move? Here are 10 things to take care of in your new home.
The city can “expect further acceleration” if nothing is done about the city’s undersupply of new homes, TREB says.
The Toronto Real Estate Board says home sales were up 17.4 per cent in December compared with the same month last year, while the average price was up almost 12 per cent in the month from a year earlier.
The December jump caps a surge in activity in the second half of last year, while a slower first half meant that overall 2019 sales were in line with annual medians for the decade.
The increased sales over 2018, even as new listings dropped 2.4 per cent year-over-year, helped push the average selling price for the year up by four per cent to $819,319. The average selling price in December was $837,788, up 11.9 per cent from a year earlier.
“We certainly saw a recovery in sales activity in 2019, particularly in the second half of the year,” said Michael Collins, president of the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).
“As anticipated, many home buyers who were initially on the sidelines moved back into the market place starting in the spring. Buyer confidence was buoyed by a strong regional economy and declining contract mortgage rates over the course of the year.”
The region continues to struggle with an undersupply of housing, said Jason Mercer, TREB’s chief market analyst.
“Taking 2019 as an example, we experienced a strong sales increase up against a decline in supply. Tighter market conditions translated into accelerating price growth. Expect further acceleration in 2020 if there is no relief on the supply front,” he said in a statement.
For the year, condos saw the biggest price gains, up 6.4 per cent to an average of $587,959 compared with 2018, while detached home prices were up 0.9 per cent to an average of $1.02 million compared with the previous year. Condo sales activity was up only three per cent overall last year, while detached home sales were up 18.8 per cent.
For December, detached homes actually recorded higher price gains, up 11.6 per cent in the month to $1.05 million as sales were up 26.2 per cent from a year earlier. The average condo price was up 10.4 per cent to $612,464, while sales were up 6.9 per cent.
source – The Canadian Press, with a file from HuffPost Canada
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