Jason Bondy-Sawyer

Auberge On The Park Condos

Auberge On The Park Photo

Auberge On The Park Condos

Surrounded by indulgent views of lush greenery, city skyline and Sunnybrook Park, Auberge offers condominium luxury in nature. Coming soon to coveted Leslie and Eglinton.

Features of this Project:

  • 3 luxury towers, built by long-trusted & award winning builder, Tridel
  • Phase 1 will be 45 storeys
  • An opportunity to enter into the prestigious Eglinton & Leslie neighbourhood, with its excellent schools and amenities
  • Family friendly layouts, which go up to just over 2000 sq ft
  • No micro units (thoughtful design throughout all 3 towers)
  • Condos, lofts and townhouses – all available to suit individual needs and tastes
  • Less than a 5 minute walk to the future 2021 Eglinton Crosstown LRT station, which will connect to 25 stations
  • Easy access to the Don Valley Parkway, Bayview extension, the 404 and the TTC
  • Walking distance to a network of large parklands, including Sunnybrook Park

Breakdown of unit sizes:

  • 1 bedroom from 538 sq ft to 645 sq ft
  • 1 bedroom plus den from 592 sq ft to 719 sq ft
  • 2 bedroom from 890 sq ft to 1,352 sq ft
  • Signature suites from 1,550 sq ft to 2,070 sq ft
  • Terraces from 1,333 sq ft to 2,079 sq ft
  • 2 storey suites from 1,300 sq ft to 1,930 sq ft

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Our Real Estate Fave Of The Week: 294 Euclid Ave

Tantalizing Turnkey in Trinity Bellwoods!

This semi-detached, 2-storey home is on a wide 20 X 129 ft lot and has 3 + 1 bedrooms, 3 baths, PLUS a detached 2 car garage.

What are our favourite features? The large, spa like master bathroom (dig those skylights!). The backyard is seriously green, and how much stuff could you store in that huge garage!?

More Features:

  • Open concept main floor with fireplace, powder room, and built-in sound system
  • Beautiful french doors that open up onto the backyard
  • White and bright large main floor (889 sq ft) with skylights, windows, and pot lights throughout
  • 2nd floor laundry
  • Great Location

Price: $1,399,000

Taxes: $6,178.12/2017

Lot Size: 20 x 129 feet

Would you like a private tour of this home? Give us a shout and we’ll make it happen!

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September 2017 Market Stats: Infographic & Report

September 2017 Market Stats: Infographic & Report Photo

September 2017 market stats are here!

The average sale price for the month was $775,546, up 2.6% over September 2016.

Here’s a breakdown of the average sale prices & year-over-year increases for the 416 area code:

  • Detached = $1,355,234 (+4.4%)
  • Semi-Detached = $935,467 (+5.2%)
  • Townhouse = $685,016 (+4.8%)
  • Condo Apartment = $554,069 (+24.0%)

And here’s TREB’s official market report for the month September 2017:

Toronto Real Estate Board President Tim Syrianos announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 6,379 sales through TREB’s MLS® System in September 2017. This result was down by 35 per cent compared to September 2016.

The number of new listings entered into TREB’s MLS® System amounted to 16,469 in September – up by 9.4 per cent year-over-year.

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Our Real Estate Fave Of The Week: 165 Glendale Ave

Welcome to the leafy green streets of beautiful Roncesvalles!

This semi-detached, 3-storey home is renovated top-to-bottom and has 4 + 1 bedrooms & 4 bathrooms.

What’s our favourite feature? The 3rd floor master suite (seriously, take a look at the pics below). It’s got a 5-piece ensuite (with freestanding tub!), a huge walk-in closet, and walk-out to a private rooftop patio.

More Features:

  • Open concept main floor w/ motion sensor pot lights
  • Gorgeous hardwood flooring throughout
  • Kitchen w/ unique granite “fusion” waterfall island and stainless steel appliances
  • Built-in closets in every bedroom
  • 6 skylights
  • 2nd floor laundry
  • Basement apartment w/ private entrance

Price: $1,790,000

Taxes: $5,056.60/2016

Lot Size: 19.58 x 120 feet

Would you like a private tour of this home?  Give us a shout and we’ll make it happen!

Take a gander at all these gorgeous pics:

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Multiple-Offers Are Still Very Much A Part Of The Toronto Real Estate Landscape

Multiple-Offers Are Still Very Much A Part Of The Toronto Real Estate Landscape Photo

We’re in the 2nd week of the fall real estate market now, and anyone who’s been following along knows that in the past 4.5 months (ever since the Liberals announced their “16-Point Fair Housing Plan16-Point Fair Housing Plan” in April) we’ve seen a decline in the number of sales and, perhaps more notably, a decline in average sale prices.

Q:  Do these declines mean that there’s now room for price negotiation on every single property that comes on the market?
A:  Nope.

In fact… plenty of houses are selling for 100% of the list price. And an even larger number of houses are selling for more than the list price!

Despite all the talk of a “buyer’s market”, there are still plenty of buyers out there willing to pay full price for the right property, or even compete with other buyers and pay more than the list price if need be.

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August 2017 Market Stats: Infographic & Report

August 2017 Market Stats: Infographic & Report Photo

Following is TREB’s market report for August 2017:

Toronto Real Estate Board President Tim Syrianos announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 6,357 home sales through TREB’s MLS® System in August 2017. This result was down by 34.8 per cent compared to August 2016.

The number of new listings entered into TREB’s MLS® System, at 11,523, was down by 6.7 per cent year-over-year and was at the lowest level for August since 2010.

“Recent reports suggest that economic conditions remain strong in the GTA. Positive economic news coupled with the slower pace of price growth we are now experiencing could prompt an improvement in the demand for ownership housing, over and above the regular seasonal bump, as we move through the fall,” continued Mr. Syrianos.

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Buy In The Summer And Then Sell In The Fall?

Buy In The Summer And Then Sell In The Fall? Photo

“Should I stay or should I go?”

The classic 1982 Clash song (which I fondly remember being a highlight on the dancefloor at the Dance Cave, circa ’99-’01) is a fitting soundtrack for anyone considering a move in the current Toronto real estate market.

While buying is nowhere near as stressful as it was in the first four months of the year, selling is a different story. We’re in a transitioning market now and selling your home isn’t as simple a process these days.

This change in the market has many buyers and sellers confused about how to proceed.

I’ve got a number of clients right now who are hesitantly contemplating a “move-up” purchase into something larger than their current space.

While they’re tickled by the fact that they aren’t shopping for a home in the same feeding-frenzy market we saw in January – April, the prospect of having to sell their home in this more relaxed market has them second-guessing whether or not now is the right time to make a move.

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June 2017 Market Stats: Infographic & Report

June 2017 Market Stats: Infographic & Report Photo

Following is TREB’s market report for June 2017:

Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 7,974 sales through TREB’s MLS® System in June 2017 – down by 37.3 per cent in comparison to June 2016.

The number of new residential listings entered into TREB’s MLS® System, at 19,614, was up by 15.9 per cent compared to June 2016.

While this annual rate of growth was sizeable, it represented a more moderate annual rate of growth compared to May 2017, when new listings were up by 48.9 per cent year-over-year.

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April 2017 Market Stats: Infographic & Report

April 2017 Market Stats: Infographic & Report Photo

Following is TREB’s market report for April 2017:

Toronto Real Estate Board President Larry Cerqua announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® entered 33.6 per cent more new listings into TREB’s MLS® System in April 2017, at 21,630, compared to the same month in 2016.

New listings were up by double-digits for all low-rise home types, including detached and semi-detached houses and townhouses.

New listings for condominium apartments were at the same level as last year.

Total sales for the TREB market area as a whole amounted to 11,630 – down 3.2 per cent year-over-year.

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Point-By-Point: Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan

Ontario's Fair Housing Plan: Point-By-Point Photo

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Today, Premier Kathleen Wynne finally announced changes to real estate in Ontario in an attempt to increase supply and address affordability.

No doubt, there’s going to be some confusion about the effects of the changes. Keep in mind though, the fundamentals of a healthy market have not changed.

Take a look at the plan below, point-by-point. If you’ve got any questions just give me a shout.

There are 16 proposed measures:

  1. A 15-per-cent non-resident speculation tax to be imposed on buyers in the Greater Golden Horseshoe area who are not citizens, permanent residents or Canadian corporations.
  2. Expanded rent control that will apply to all private rental units in Ontario, including those built after 1991, which are currently excluded.
  3. Updates to the Residential Tenancies Act to include a standard lease agreement, tighter provisions for “landlord’s own use” evictions, and technical changes to the Landlord-Tenant Board meant to make the process fairer, as well as other changes.
  4. A program to leverage the value of surplus provincial land assets across the province to develop a mix of market-price housing and affordable housing.
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