As a 30-year veteran of buying and selling Toronto real estate, I feel privileged to have lent my experience and expertise to hundreds of clients, and to have helped steer some truly incredible housing journeys. I’ve also been lucky enough to have weathered many ups and downs in the market that have shaped the city’s real estate landscape.
I also feel incredibly fortunate to have shared my knowledge on larger platforms to reach a broader audience; these have included Global News, MSN, New York Times, Reuters, REM Magazine, TorontoLife, BlogTO and many more!
Did you read my contribution to BlogTO’s article last year entitled, “This Is Why Buying A House In Toronto Is So Expensive“?
Recently, BlogTO approached me again to ask me to share some insight that would be useful to those settling in The Six in the near future. Karen Longwell and I discussed where to check for listings, how to find a real estate agent, how to research neighborhoods, hidden costs to expect… and the list goes on!
Here’s the resulting article: “How To Buy A Home In Toronto”
I’m so grateful to be living a life I love!
And here are a few of my recent blogs related to Toronto real estate and development:
At Urbaneer, we favour research, patience and data when on a house hunt. We are here to advise you on the best property purchase for your needs today and in the context of the future as well. We’re here to help!
May my team and I be your realtors of choice?
Thanks for reading!
Steven Fudge, Sales Representative
& The Innovative Urbaneer Team
Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage – (416) 322-800
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