Posts tagged Downtown Living
Strong start to 2019 | January Market Stats for Toronto

It's already looking like 2019 is going to be another strong year for the real estate market in Toronto!

Continuing off of last year's trends, we are seeing the condo sector remain extremely strong as it is the first point of access for many first-time buyers & investors who are still feeling the effects of the mortgage stress-tests brought in.

The average price for a condo in the City of Toronto has now reached almost $595,000 with most “entry-level” condos now starting in the $450K range!

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The Weekly Ride | What's It Like Working with My Mom?

Welcome to The Weekly Ride where I share more about my life as a real estate agent working in Downtown Toronto!

This week we're talking about what it has been like to work with my mom for the past 5 years as a team running a business

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Why Do I Ride a OneWheel to Showings?

Welcome to The Daily Ride!

This will be a daily video series about my life as a real estate agent, where I will also share my passions of photography/videography, events & restaurants around the city and much more!

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How Much of Your Life is Spent Waiting in Elevators?

If you live in a high-rise condo, you know all too well the problems that can arise when one or more elevators go out of service! 

But how much of your day & life is spent waiting for these elevators?

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Have You Checked Out Toronto's Latest LIGHT FESTIVAL?!

The amount of incredible events in Toronto never ceases to amaze me! 

Going on in Distillery District right now is the 2nd annual Toronto Light Festival that brings together the historic architecture with modern light technology & music!

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How Walkable is Your Downtown Condo?

As traffic congestion worsens & TTC service continues to be undependable, more & more people are choosing to walk as their main form of transportation

It might not come as a surprise, but Toronto’s downtown core is home to some of the most walkable neighbourhoods in all of Canada & new construction developers are taking note of this sweeping change

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