Storybook Home Steps to Downtown Georgetown For Sale – SOLD!

Ewing Street in Georgetown Listed $769,000. We just saw SOLD it!  Want one like it?  Call us... 17 Ewing Street in Georgetown is a raised bungalow with a walk-out lower level that combines the best of days gone by with modern conveniences.  Originally built in 1864 for the niece of George Kennedy, whom Georgetown was named after, this four bedroom, two bathroom home is a delight from inside and out.

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Top 10 Things to Remember Before Your House Is For Sale In Toronto!

Top 10 tips you may have forgotten to do before your house is for sale in Toronto! The last few days before your house in Toronto is officially up for sale can be pretty hectic.  Here's some tried and true top tips we've put together to help you get your house ready for buyers and open houses! 1) Toilet seat - Does yours look a bit rough around the edges?  If it's wood, looks old, stained, cracked, or really cheap, you probably should replace the toilet seat cover ...

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Sold! Estate Living. Easy Commuting.

Have you noticed some of your friends and family starting to make different lifestyle choices? Like moving further out of the city to have a bigger house, larger lot, better schools, bunnies in the backyard? We have, too.  And we are featuring just such a find with a house for sale with an easier commute time than from Ajax or Pickering or Milton or Oakville. Welcome to 17 Bishop Court.

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Tips on Attending an Open House in Toronto

Top 10 Tips for a Great Open House Experience in Toronto – as a Buyer… 1. Do it yourself, map it out! Prior to leaving, map out where you are going, so you maximize your Open House in Toronto window. Most open houses in Toronto are held Saturday and Sunday between 2-4pm.  A few agents begin at 1:00 pm or stay as late as 5:00 pm, but generally the window is 2-4 pm.

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Home Buyers Guide: Tips for Buying a Home In Toronto

Home Buyers Guide: Getting Ready to Buy a House in Toronto Try this Home Buyers Guide for some tips on your home buying experience. To begin, there are lots of different types of home buyers out there. First-Time Home Buyers: With housing prices higher thus higher deposits, many people buying for the first time are in their 30s and 40s Back-in-the-Market Home Buyers: Those that bought 10+ years ago and now want to ...

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