Meet the Julie Kinnear Team
Specializing in REAL ESTATE in these Lovely Toronto Neighbourhoods:
- Bloor West Village
- High Park
- Roncesvalles Village
- Sunnylea Etobicoke
- The Kingsway
- New Toronto/Mimico
- The Annex
- Chaplin Estates
- King West & Liberty Village
- Moore Park
- North Toronto
Featured Julie Kinnear Team Listings and Recent Done Deals
West Toronto - Swansea
54 Runnymede Road
Central Toronto - Brockton Village
116 Margueretta Street
West Toronto - Swansea
20 Lavinia Avenue
West Toronto - The Kingsway
24 Oak Hampton Boulevard
West Toronto - Bloor West Village
88 Colbeck Street
Hot Toronto Real Estate News
No doubt you heard about the unpredictable real estate market here in Toronto. We feel very blessed that so many clients trusted us with their largest asset when buying and selling.
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With films like Glengarry Glen Ross and American Beauty portraying realtors as either money-hungry or focused on success rather than making a difference in their clients’ lives, it’s refreshing to see Paul Rudd’s representation in I Love You, Man.
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There continues to be a great deal of confidence in investing their money and future in real estate. Many people are choosing to stay in the city and putting value on less commute which perpetually has driven the market up
(June 2014 Market Report: Sales and Prices Rising continued...)
So, you’ve got some old items kicking around the house that you want to get rid of, and you’re looking to make a little cash? All you’ve got to do is stick your stuff out on the front lawn with a few signs and people will come by and pay you to take it off your hands, right?
(The Seller’s Guide to Garage/Yard Sales in Toronto continued...)
Our choice of the top 3 swimming pool builder companies in Toronto: Solda Pools, Gib-San Pools and Betz Pools.
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The Distillery District is a national Historic Site with an incredibly rich history. The site was once The Gooderham and Worts Distillery, and represents the largest and best preserved collection of Victorian Industrial Architecture in North America.
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