Urbaneer’s June 2024 E-Promo

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Eager to know where Toronto’s upended, backwards real estate market will go in 2024? Need advice on achieving the best price for your property, or how to begin your buying journey? Urbaneer has the housing news you need and the homeownership content you love! Visit our Listings Page to take a peek at our gorgeous properties currently for sale, then slide over to our blog where we discuss the many facets of house & home, as well as Toronto culture, design, and architecture – hopefully with a few laughs along the way! 

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Here is what you’ll find in our June 2024 E-Newsletter:



June’s instalment of Dear Urbaneer was entitled, ‘Dear Urbaneer: Do Trees Increase The Value Of Toronto Real Estate?‘. This one stems (pun intended)  from a chat Steve had with a client who wrote: “After chatting with my neighbour recently, who mentioned that the City of Toronto is offering free trees to homeowners to increase the urban tree canopy, I decided to take advantage of this program. I’m aware of the environmental benefits of trees, but I’m curious – from a real estate standpoint, whether planting a tree will increase the value of a property.”  Read on for his discussion!

Steve and the Urbaneer Team post weekly blogs that share our love of all things real estate and that celebrate Toronto! Below are three of our most popular posts this past month:

One of our most well-read pieces this month was a blog entitled, ‘The Bayview-Leaside BIA Sets A Vibrant Community Scene‘. It’s a great piece that discusses the personalities of Toronto enclaves and how, in many cases, sculpting the character and spirit of a neighbourhood is a carefully curated exercise. This is thanks in no small part to active residents and local vendors that are committed to collectively creating a pervasive vibe for where they dwell and serve. A great example of this kind of intention exists within the spirit of Toronto’s Business Improvement Associations. Read on!

Another popular piece was ‘Mid & High-Density Developments Around The Bayview-Leaside BIA‘. This piece is almost a continuation of the one above in how it discusses the formation and developments of neighbourhoods – particularly gentrification and densification. City of Toronto urban planners and those in the development industry have long agreed that increasing the population along arterial roads is key to the city’s future growth. Let’s discuss!

We also published a blog about an even that is taking place this weekend: ‘Our Six Picks In Leslieville/Riverside For Food, Caffeine & Wine O’Clock!‘ We urbanites take great pleasure in the everyday joys we experience running to and fro from home, work and play. Given the choice and variety of amenities in awesome urban neighbourhoods like Leslieville, those day-to-day pleasures are often elevated to truly memorable experiences! Do you love a good meal out on the town, a fresh cuppa on your morning stroll, or a fancy cocktail mixed to perfection? So do we and here are our picks for finding awesomeness in Leslieville!

And – for lovers of unique urban spaces – don’t miss our sensational Toronto real estate listed for sale or lease on our site for your consideration!


Browse the May 2024 E-Newsletter here!


We LOVE Toronto real estate!

Steven & The Urbaneer Team
Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage • (416) 322-8000
http://www.urbaneer.com • info@urbaneer.com


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