The Barclay team has been the number one selling Real Estate Company on the Toronto Real Estate Board and all the Real Estate Boards across Canada. We have helped several numbers of people to own the house of their dreams they have always wished for. (more…)
The support and assistance that a professional realtor provides, during the process of buying and selling the property, most of the home buyers and sellers don’t realize. The professional knowledge, exceptional negotiation skills, expertise in handling legal work and documents; makes the buying process easy especially for the first time buyers and sellers. (more…)
I’ve been in a lot of houses over the years – hundreds, maybe even thousands. In that time, I’ve learned a few tips that make a living space work. There are obvious elements that homes should have in order to function properly, but if you really want your space to be its best, read on and learn about which 5 things I think every house should have.
The most controversial topic on my social media is always the debate between light and dark kitchens. Personally, I love a white kitchen. I think they’re clean, bright and fresh looking. However, recently, I’ve had a lot of fun with dark grey and dark blue kitchens. I’ve used them in a number of renovations,
TORONTO, ONTARIO, October 3, 2018 – Toronto Real Estate Board President Garry Bhaura announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 6,455 sales through TREB’s MLS® System in September 2018 – up 1.9 percent compared to September 2017. The average selling price for September 2018 sales was up by 2.9 percent over the same period to $796,786. The MLS® HPI composite benchmark price was up by two percent year-over-year. (more…)
Not all housing markets in Canada are created equal. According to the Canadian Real Estate Association’s latest data, the national average house price for August 2018 was just over $475,500. CREA noted that this figure is “heavily skewed by sales in the Greater Vancouver Area and the Greater Toronto Area, two of Canada’s most active and expensive markets. Excluding these two markets from calculations cuts almost $94,000 from the national average price, trimming it to just under $382,000.” (more…)
Many of you have left comments on my social media and website asking me the same question: “Why do you demolish cabinets and throw them in the landfill, when they could be saved and donated?” I have a very simple answer: I don’t. Yes, I demolish a lot of cabinets, but never any that could be saved and donated. Read on, and I will explain. (more…)