Thank you for saving Cabbagetown Mr. Sewell

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Contributed by Duncan Fremlin. In 1946, the citizens of Toronto must have been in a good mood. They had sugar and coffee and tea and gas for their cars and all the good stuff that was in short supply during the war. I can’t imagine what was going on at City Hall at that time, […]

It takes a village – to feed a village

Contributed by Gerald Michaud – Broker/ Manager HomeLife/ Realty One For several years now, Homelife Realty One has been volunteering in support of Nelson Mandela Park PS’ Breakfast Club Program. Our office has provided countless volunteer hours thanks to the passion and leadership shown by our very own star volunteers: Jason McGregor and Thadd Nettleton. […]

Should We Stay or Should We Go…To Leave Toronto Or Stay?

Contributed by Duncan Fremlin. People like to move, often for unnecessary reasons.  Maybe a family doesn’t really have to move but personal circumstances, often financial, dictate that this option should be seriously considered.  I encounter this in my business dealings with homeowners looking to leave the hustle and bustle of Toronto.  It’s a fairly common […]

Pride in our Neighbourhood

Contributed by Gerald Michaud, Broker. Wanting to belong to something bigger than ourselves is a universal human feeling. When we feel we belong we are happier, healthier, and more likely to want to share the wealth by improving our community. In Cabbagetown we belong to an amazing neighbourhood which offers many opportunities to bring people […]

Is the Pot Humidor the New Wine Fridge?

Contributed by Jen Tripp. Cannabis, weed, marijuana, hippy lettuce, grass… whatever you call it, it is legally here to stay. I recently attended an interesting seminar on the impact of legal cannabis on real estate.   The main issues revolve around the conflict between the new right to smoke cannabis and the right to enjoy […]

Happy Holiday Season from all of us at HomeLife/Realty One

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This Holiday Season will be a time for joy & happiness where cultural celebrations and traditions abound; singing Christmas Carols, lighting candles for Kwanzaa, making potato latkes, honoring mother nature…  Whichever traditions you, your family and friends adhere to, there is a very good chance that your celebration will involve festive decorations, accessories, candles, & […]

Thinking of investing in a condominium?

Darlene Barrowman, Sales Representative, HomeLife/Realty One Ltd., Brokerage. What exactly is covered in those mandatory maintenance condo fees? First, you should know that no two condos are built or managed exactly the same, so it’s important to find out precisely what is covered in your maintenance fees, so there are no surprises.   Every condo […]

And yet another article about staging houses

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By Duncan Fremlin, Broker, RE/MAX Hallmark Realty Ltd. In 1987 when I was first licensed to sell real estate, the idea of staging a property consisted of clearing away the shoes in the hallway so the buyers wouldn’t trip over them. I exaggerate of course but it was a simpler time. Once the market discovered […]