Archive for September, 2009

Parking (Part II): “Should I Purchase A Property That Doesn’t Have It?”

By on September 27, 2009 in Condos/Lofts, Houses, Parking with 0 Comments

Should I Purchase A Property That Doesn't Have Parking? Photo

     The simple answer is…  No, not if you have the option of purchasing a property that does have parking.  Of course not everyone is going to have this option and as such purchasing without parking may be the only way to go. 

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Toronto Real Estate Market Report: September 2009 Mid-Month Statistics

Toronto Real Estate Market Report: September 2009 Mid-Month Statistics Photo

   In the first two weeks of September, Greater Toronto REALTORS® reported 3,361 sales – up 23 per cent compared to the first two weeks of September 2008.  The average price for these transactions was up eight per cent year-over-year to $393,818.

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Parking (Part I): “What’s It Worth?”

By on September 16, 2009 in Condos/Lofts, Houses, Parking with 0 Comments

Parking: What's It Worth? Photo

     Anyone with a car in this great city of ours knows that having a convenient, reliable space to park it is a coveted commodity.  If you live in a house, then private driveway or garage parking is king.  Mutual drive (if it’s wide enough) and rear/front pad parking follow, with street permit parking rounding out the most common options. 

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Toronto Real Estate Market Report: August 2009 Statistics

Toronto Real Estate Market Report: August 2009 Statistics Photo

     In August 2009, Greater Toronto REALTORS® reported 8,035 sales, up 27% per cent from August 2008. The average price for August transactions was $387,921 – up by six per cent compared to the same month last year.

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