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How To Decide Between Moving And Renovating

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  Unless you’ve found your ‘forever home’ – and sometimes even then – there will inevitably come a day when your property no longer meets your needs. While this is usually the time homeowners contact their realtor and begin scouting new options, with a lack of available stock, increasing housing prices,…
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How To Compromise On Design When Sharing A Home

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  Given so much of downtown Toronto’s housing stock was constructed anywhere from 90 to 140 years ago and requires renovation, many new homeowners find themselves in conflict over how to design their new shared living space. Furthermore, with the proliferation of HGTV and the 24 hour loop of design media, more…
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How To Weigh The Cost Of Upgrading Your Aging Or Obsolete Home

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  There plenty of urbanites who have owned their dwelling in the original City of Toronto for 2 decades or longer and who are consciously mapping their future – including when to sell and where/how they’ll downsize. Unless they’ve completed a substantial renovation in the past ten to fifteen years, most of those those homeowners…
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How To Embrace Biophilia In Your Home

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  With summer in full bloom, and the harvest season not far off, Canadians are spending as much time as they can outdoors, celebrating our lush landscape! So what is it about camping amongst the trees or cottaginglakeside that feels so peaceful and tranquil? The answer is in our body’s…
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