Renovation Razing & Inspiration

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In my most recent ‘Tales Of Upper Hillsborough‘ installments, I shared with you some of the details that made our third floor atelier so charmingly bijou, and how we reworked the space plan to create a light and airy luxury rental suite. Click HERE and HERE for those posts. With…
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Basement Blues

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Today was a bit boo-hoo for urbaneer.com and one of its fab Buyers. Over the weekend our Buyer popped through an Open House in the central west end of the City and developed a bit of a crush on the property. Within 48 hours her note pad comprised a dozen…
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Are You Flirting With The Market?

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Hello! Come Here Often? Are you flirting with the idea of making a move? Perhaps purchasing your first home? Here’s this week’s urbaneer.com ad, addressed specifically to you, with love.   ~ Steven * Photo courtesy of FromWonderfullyMade.org Amusing Ads – Globe & Mail
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Seducing The First Timer

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When urbaneer.com received the call from a Seller who was relocating, his furnishings were already packed up and his exit strategy was to sell his terrace towne in ‘as-is’ condition. And yes, while there are times it makes sense to sell your place in as-is condition, like when it’s a…
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Have Suitcase, Will Buy

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It was near a year ago when I proposed the next growing niche real estate market to cater to the busy professional would be the turn-key furnished residence, especially as I intend to sell my Movie House Loft with pretty much everything inside it! Click HERE to read that post.…
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I Got Wood

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For your listening enjoyment I thought I’d go a bit old school with the soundtrack and video to ‘Fascination’ by Human League… a fav song from the days when I used to tear up the dance floor! Lol. If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you know when it…
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About Condo Speculation

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A few weeks ago I posted an article by Diane Francis of The Financial Post who suggested one way to regulate Canada’s housing market is to ban foreign investment. Click HERE to read that article and post. Yesterday, Diane offered insight into the practice of speculators purchasing to-be-built condominiums with…
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Our Innovative Space Ad

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This is the week where Spring has sprung into a full-on blossom. The floral symphony of colour is nature’s magic through and through. When it’s not cascading rain (we experienced our first intense lightning and thunderstorm of the year last night), the elixir of scent tickles our noses. Winter is…
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Terrace Swag

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  Welcome to urbaneer.com’s Latest Style Enhancement. To achieve top dollar on any property, Sellers should be prepared to pare down their belongings, execute a thorough Spring Cleaning, and ¬†invest some capital to remedy any deficiencies or problem areas in advance of listing. Depending on the extent of work required,…
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Dancing At Harbourfront

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Despite the chilly weather, last night my friends and I strolled lakeside to capture the sunset prior to being riveted by Toronto Dance Theatre’s ‘Rivers’ production at the Fleck Dance Theatre at Harbourfront Centre on Queens Quay West in The Terminal Building. ‘Rivers’ is a creative collaboration of Ann Southam’s…
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