The snow may be persistent here in Ontario, but the spring real estate market will be heating up regardless in the coming weeks. As such, there is much speculation in the news surrounding the big business of buying and selling a home. To give you a quick update, here are the weeks’ top real estate headlines:
Pendant fixtures are currently a popular lighting choice all throughout the home. Classic or modern, there are a few basic questions you need to ask yourself before you install them in your own space. Whether in a hallway, stairwell, above a table or an island, or even beside a bed or in a bathroom, you need to determine whether the light source is meant for task or effect, meaning direct or ambient lighting.
Property Voyeur: A grand, timber frame country residence on 74 acres of rolling landscape in Mono, ON
Grand as it is casual, this beautiful country home in Mono emits warmth and elegance with landscaped gardens, irrigated lawns and spectacular views from its perch atop a 20 acre ravine. Close to ski hills, golf resorts, and just over an hour drive from the GTA; the perfect quiet country escape.
House hunting? Here’s a quick list of the open houses we have on the go this weekend. Happy hunting!
Chestnut Park COO, Justine Deluce speaks to the distinct advantages of our exclusive affiliation with Christie’s International Real Estate
Only the most accomplished and trusted brokerages are invited to become Affiliates of Christie’s International Real Estate. We have proven to be a leader in our local luxury market and are proud, with this prestigious and coveted designation, to be a part of the exclusive network spanning the globe.
Our annual awards for outstanding sales performance have been announced for 2013. We are so proud to work with such a dedicated and exceptional group of professionals, and congratulate all the winners on this fantastic achievement!
For the first time in many months January’s performance did not exceed the performance for the same month from the year before. Since the spring of 2013 each month has produced a positive variance, in some months exceeding more than 20 percent, compared to the same month the year before. Notwithstanding that we witnessed a negative variance in January, the reason for that variance was not due to a lack of demand. Rather it was due to a terrible inventory shortage which is delighting those that are placing their properties on the market for sale, and tormenting the many buyers with too few options in Toronto and area’s residential resale market.