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October Krazy Kontest Winner

Bryan McCourt is going shopping at Shoppers!! The trick was to #3, to sing a song the person giving you the candy! Remember Oct. 18 is The JKT Pumpkin Patch in the Bloor West Village (Windmere/Bloor) from 11-1 and then Leaside at Trace Manes park (Millwood/McRae) from 2-4!

Beautiful and Haunted: Toronto’s Ghost Stories III.

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In our third installment of haunted places in Toronto, we delve into the more public buildings in the city that have stood tall and proud despite having some very gruesome roots. Let’s dig right in by taking you back in time through history to the War of 1812 …

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The 6th Annual JKT Pumpkin Patch – Saturday Oct. 18

The 6th Annual JKT Pumpkin Patch. This Saturday from 11:00-1:00 in George Chater Park on Windermere and then off to Leaside to Trace Manes Park from 2:00-4:00.

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Movies with Realtors: The Fountainhead

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We, as a society, are merely comfortable with the things that are familiar to us and are often unwilling to accept change. The Fountainhead does an incredible job of forcing us to re-evaluate our thought processes and open ourselves up to change and modernity in the form of ingenious design.

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Done Deals: Older Willowdale condo sells in a day

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A small number of units were up for sale at Bayview Place in Willowdale, but the sellers of this three-bedroom suite only had to open their door to 20 buyers to find one who negotiated an offer.

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September 2014 Market Report: Great News for Buyers!

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Bidding wars are not a thing of the past, it is just a little bit calmer, and not as crazy, with prices going slightly over, not massively. Which is great news for buyers!

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Testimonial of the Day


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Buying a home can, and usually, involves a number of emotions, ranging from unbridled enthusaiusm (e.g., Yeah! Our offer was accepted!) to flat out disappointment (e.g., Sorry, the unit has been sold conditionally).

The JK Team understands how these emotions unfold like a roller coaster. For example, two months into our housing search we began to feel less optimistic about finding a suitable home. This is when we received a thoughtful Blockbuster Gift Card and popcorn from the JK Team with a much needed note of encouragement and support.

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Done deals: Wellesley and Sackville

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Many fans of heritage homes have visited this three-storey Victorian in Cabbagetown during the annual tours of historic residences run by a local group. So the day it went up for sale, only a few people got to see it before it was sold at $100,000 over the asking price, agent Julie Kinnear says.

From its high ceilings and custom renovations by Powell & Bonnell to its deep lot and unique backyard setting, it's a "really cool house," she adds. "It's definitely one of the landmark Cabbagetown houses."

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