I suppose it’s like making a classic 80’s or 90’s mix tape; everybody has his or her own way of laying out the songs. Me? ...
My wife went to bed really early on Saturday night, and since I was all alone with nowhere to go, I decided to have a couple ...
Oh, don’t you just love “stats day,” as we call it in my office? The day when the Toronto Real Estate Board releases Market ...
When I was living at 230 King Street, a new property manager told those of us on the second floor who owned barbecues that we ...
Are interest rates staying put for another 18 months? I briefly alluded to this in Wednesday’s blog post, but it bears ...
What do you prefer in MLS Musings; is it the photos we see in listings, or the ridiculous write-ups? I try to find a balance ...
I haven’t had a vacation since August of 2018, I’ve worked tirelessly for the first five months of our busy real estate ...
Admit it – you saw the headline, and your eyes widened a little bit. Right? Well, stories like this certainly gain their fair share of interest, and this one has been making the rounds on social media ...
Virtually every house listed for sale in Torontos’ central core these days comes with a designated offer date, or you could say that the listing has a “hold back” on offers. What used to be a standard ...
Wow. My industry colleagues might not enjoy this blog post… But what am I supposed to do? Ignore Garry Marr’s column from last weekend’s Financial Post, as well as the follow-up column in the ...
I remember the first time I saw a television ad for one of those “Cash for Gold” companies. I laughed. I actually laughed. For a moment, I thought it was a spoof. But as the ad went on, I realized ...
This edition of photos of the week features a lot of bad renovations, and a lot of things that can’t possible qualify as “upgrades,” if you ask me… Well here’s a classic example of why carpenters use ...