Race to Rhodes Ave. | The Toronto Star
Housing war heats up in east end Toronto
An unremarkable strip south of the Danforth is the latest battleground among young buyers looking to find a house in the city that’s close to the TTC and the bustling urban culture. Rhodes Ave. could very well be the last affordable frontier for first-time buyers. Read more.
Smart Real Estate – Why Prospective Buyers are Studying | Village Living Magazine
With both parents and all of my siblings either current or former serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces
, my family is intimately familiar with all that goes into a move— whether across town or across the country. The considerations when buying that new home are seemingly endless, from proximity to grocery stores and other amenities, neighbourhood walkability, to, of course, number of bedrooms and bathrooms. As more young couples and families begin to look at buying their first homes, one factor stands out above the rest: a home’s proximity to good schools. Read more.
The Metamorphosis : A Tale of Midtown | Village Living MagazineI was first introduced to this amazing city as a young girl
, when I would make the trek from Kingston with my father to watch the Blue Jays play at the old Exhibition Stadium. Those times hold some of my fondest memories. I still find it hard to believe that I now call Toronto home. I have lived in several different cities across Canada and spent time overseas, but this is the place that I see myself being long term. I could not ask for a better place to live and work, especially in my line of business. Read more.