Hot Toronto Real Estate News


May Krazy Kontest Winner 0

May's Krazy Kontest is over and here is the name of the winner! Kongrats!


Toronto Real Estate May 2016 Newsletter 0

Happy May 2-4 everyone! Enjoy the long weekend!


Rod & Ann Sold North Toronto Family Home with Fabulous Results 0

Rod and Ann have grown-up children and they found themselves with “too much house” to live in, so they decided to sell with Julie and got fabulous results.

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A terrace and view like no other in the building! Nearly new, custom layout and luxuriously upgraded, spacious 2+1 bedroom suite with a HUGE 725 square foot terrace!

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Superb 3 bedroom home in prime location of Roncesvalles.


JKT’s Blue Jays Client Appreciation Night 2016 0

As is tradition, we’ve organized another JKT’s Blue Jays Client Appreciation Night. It was so nice to see our friends and catch up! The JKT has the best clients!


Maren & Terry Sold Their Roncesvalles Home as They Moved Out of Canada 0

Maren & Terry were moving out of Canada with their two young sons and as they told in their own words, they were nervous about what to expect when selling their beloved house in the Roncesvalles Village / High Park area.

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Hot Opportunity in Hip West Location!

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This 2 bedroom is located in one of TO’s most sought after loft conversions in Roncy.


Julia & Marty Sold Condo and Bought a New Home 0

Julia and Marty share their story about selling their condo and buying their new home with The Julie Kinnear Team.

Real Estate Lessons in Movies


Real Estate Lessons in Movies: The Amityville Horror (1979) 1

There may be no movie more suitable for Real Estate Lessons than Amityville Horror, a classic horror starring a grizzly James Brolin and Margot Kidder, directed by Stuart Rosenberg.


Real Estate Lessons in Movies: Neighbors (2014) 0

The most important and realistic lesson to take from this film is to ultimately treat others how you would like to be treated, which includes being polite and respectful to your neighbours.


Real Estate Lessons in Movies: The Big Short (2015) 5

Adam McKay manages to take a difficult concept in The Big Short and boil it down into language that is easy to understand and follow.


Real Estate Lessons in Movies: The Burbs (1989) 4

Despite multiple lapses in real-estate related judgment, The ‘Burbs certainly withstands the test of time with its various characters, most of which the audience can relate to in some degree.


Real Estate Lessons in Movies: The War of the Roses (1989) 3

Watching this film for the second time, 25 years later, I am more convinced than before that labelling it a comedy was a colossal mistake; I laughed once. It is not funny.


Real Estate Lessons in Movies: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) 3

Surprisingly, quite a few useful real-estate tips flow fairly naturally from The Force Awakens. Yes, you read that correctly. What is galactic conquest if not a large-scale land ownership dispute?


Movies Shot in Toronto: Total Recall (2012) 0

The remake of Total Recall might be called a total waste of time by some, but it was shot on in University of Toronto, so we took a closer look. Here’s how it looks like on screen and in reality!


Real Estate Lessons in Movies: Lethal Weapon 3 (1992) 0

The third installment in Richard Donner’s 1992 buddy cop dramedy gets right back to the signature antics and quick back-and-forth dialogue the Lethal Weapon franchise is known for, with some real estate lessons as a bonus.


Real Estate Lessons in Movies: Life as a House (2001) 1

Everything about director Irwin Winkler’s film, Life as a House, can be described as stunning. Gorgeous shots of the house, brilliant performances, beautiful story and writing style. Every aspect of the film is completely captivating.


Real Estate Lessons in Movies: The Descendants (2011) 9

If you were to describe a film about a husband and father dealing with his wife’s impending death, chances are you wouldn’t expect to use the words warm, funny and easy viewing.