A new question was submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 51st week of 2008.
55 Lombard Street, No. 303 In a building completed about 25 years ago, this one-bedroom third-floor suite with den offers a 1,059-square-foot plan, and two bathrooms
113 Simpson Avenue This two-storey house in Riverdale lacks private parking, but that's a minor drawback given all the modern conveniences and amenities it offers
Kongratulations to Sean Watson for winning $25 gift certificate at LCBO this holiday season because he entered our Krazy Kontest!
Rustin & Christine were living in Grand Cayman and as they had a baby son, it was important to live close to daycares, great schools and parks.
Looking for insider help and opinion in this turbulent time? Check out Kinnear's Komments in our newsletter.
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Two-storey, semi-detached residence had a wide appeal because of its convenient midtown location, various upgrades, user-friendly backyard.
Our clients Mary & Borys were looking for help in selling the estate sale of their mother's west end home.
88 Tenth Street With a brick facade and old-fashioned porch, the 1,150-square-foot, three-bedroom house has great curb appeal.
Helen Bucknell! Congratulations for winning the Pottery Barn Gift Certificate! Enjoy the early holiday season.
They say love is blind... The film Blind made by Tamar Van Den Dop is a visually stunning story
44 Logan Avenue This semi-detached residence in Leslieville was a desirable property, offering newly renovated living spaces and two-car parking.
A new question submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 46th week of 2008.
New questions were submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ and Buying a House FAQ on the 45th week of 2008.
An invitation to the last day of L'Oreal fashion week, Friday the 24th of October 2008, came completely by surprise to me the previous evening.
Enter this month's Krazy Kontest and win a $25 gift certificate to Pottery Barn! Just answer the following question for your chance to win!
111 Elizabeth Street The original buyers of this unit on the sixth floor of a 16-storey building just north of Nathan Phillips Square
37 Gwynne Avenue On a tree-lined street in Parkdale, this renovated century home has unique design features and a three-bedroom layout.
4 Sandford Avenue This two-storey, semi-detached house in Leslieville is tucked into a quiet and scenic enclave, steps from the Little India Bazaar ...
Julie was the featured interview on a CBC radio program about the changing Toronto housing market.
Loic Gourmet makes Delicious Lunch and Dinner Easy with free delivery to your home or office with a minimum order of 30.00 in their local area.
These days everyone is in a state of anticipation: what's going to happen to the economy and the markets next?
Now you can ensure that telemarketers never call you again, by registering your phone line on the National Do Not Call List.
Check out this article on what Warren Buffett (arguably the most successful investor ever!) has to say about the current stock market.
Our friend and client Kathleen Finlay is proud to present her exhibit 'A Clown Story' showing at Gallery One from October 18 - November 8, 2008.
This month's winner is Joel Magnan - enjoy your fun food shopping Joel!!
Julie talks to the Globe and Mail about the dip in house prices: a real buyer's paradise after years of short real estate supply in Toronto.
250 Queens Quay West #1208 The previous owners recently modified this 785-square-foot luxury suite on the 12th floor of an older high rise near the Harbour
A new question submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 40th week of 2008.
Join us in celebrating the cooler weather by entering this month's Krazy Kontest for your chance to WIN a $25 Loblaws gift card!
70 High Park Avenue #1904 In a roughly two-year-old condominium just north of High Park, this two-bedroom corner suite on the 19th floor - just below..
300 Balliol Street #502 The intimate setting of this fifth-floor corner suite in a low-rise condominium off Mount Pleasant Road...
New questions were submitted to Buying a House FAQ and Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 38th week of 2008.
If you have used teen/adult mountain bikes, our Royal LePage office is gratefully accepting bike donations for Bicycles for Humanity.
Julie Ross O'Toole is the winner this month. Kongratulations Julie! Check back on October 1st for a brand new Kontest!
A new question submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 37th week of 2008.
The Cabbagetown Tour of Homes is an volunteer based non-profit organization that leverages the officially designated heritage of this unique neighbourhood.
A new question submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 36th week of 2008.
WIN a $25 gas card! Just answer the following skill testing question for your chance to win!
With September just days away it's time to look towards the future to the upcoming Oscars race and the greatest film festival right in our own backyard!
This one-bedroom suite with a solarium was a special real estate opportunity given its location ...
Our client & friend Jim Blokland is in the news again! The feature film 'NURSE.FIGHTER.BOY' which he edited, will be premiered at the '08 TIFF!
94 Amelia Street Many fans of heritage homes have visited this three-storey Victorian in Cabbagetown during the annual tours of historic residences.
Heather Timm is our winner this month. Kongratulations Heather! We hope you have a great time at the Ex!
Our friend & client Graham Curry would like to invite you to the grand opening of Square Foot 2008 - an exhibit of art from over 600 artists!
Our friend & client Sandy Kiaizadeh is excited to announce the grand opening of her new web site and Professional Coaching practice.
Send your best Inukshuk photos to decorate our website! The winners will each receive a hand-crafted, pewter inukshuk letter-opener.
This 1,570-square-foot two-storey townhouse was built seven years ago as part of a condominium complex near Evans and Islington avenues.
Enjoy this opulent period piece and remember why a quiet life in the country is sometimes best.
A new question submitted to Buying a House FAQ on the 30th week of 2008.
Nicole fell head over heels for the big red lug in this sequel to 2004's Hellboy. The effects are great and there is a lot of humour.
This months winner is Orysia Semotiuk! Congratulations Orysia! Check back August 1st for next months Krazy Kontest!
Two new questions were submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 29th week of 2008.
This semi-detached, two-storey house generated a lot of interest because of its proximity to amenities and separate apartment in the basement.
This one-bedroom suite with den is spacious at 1,119 square feet, and has a split-level floor plan that has undergone custom renovations.
The large, upgraded windows in this semi-detached house would normally let in plenty of natural light.
A question submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 27th week of 2008.
A question submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 26th week of 2008.
Just to let you know - in keeping with our general 'green' philosophy, we have switched to 100% recycled paper!
Louise Glackmeyer is this months winner. Congratulations Louise!! We hope you enjoy the shopping trip!
This residence just north of High Park is situated on an unusually wide lot for a semi, and boasts a renovated interior and updated mechanics.
With its front porch separated from the neighbour's, and a 21-foot frontage, it feels like a detached home.
A question submitted to Buying a House FAQ on the 22nd week of 2008.
New questions were submitted to Buying a House FAQ and Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 21st week of 2008.
This month's winner is Bambi Alvia. Kongratulations Bambi! We hope you enjoy your meal.
This 1-1/2-storey house may be small, but it's big on style — it's been featured on the shows Designer Guys and Designer Superstar Challenge!
It only took days to sell this rare three-storey model, which is one of 10 corner units, with a walkout to a private patio and green space.
A question submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 20th week of 2008.
A question submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 19th week of 2008.
Our client Helen Bucknell is trying to save her son's school pool from closure, and we thought many of you could be facing the same issues.
This one-bedroom suite at the corner of College and Bathurst street was so tempting at a listed price of $229,900 that 16 parties submitted bids.
Hundreds of residents and visitors got their first inside peek at the new Sorauren Park Fieldhouse at the April 19 open house.
Natural, organic, sustainable local food is not only good for the environment but also tastes better!
A new question submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 17th week of 2008.
This month Kongratulations go to Ayumi Iizuka, winner of the $25 gift certificate from Canadian Tire.
A new question submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 16th week of 2008.
This corner suite one floor below the top of a two-year-old condominium north of High Park is - at 585 sq ft - smaller than most penthouses.
Two new questions were submitted to Toronto Homeowner FAQ and Toronto Condominiums FAQ on 14th week of 2008.
Much was done in past years to improve this residence in Danforth Village, but the efforts paid off when it sold quickly at a premium of $86,200.
If you're up for a free weekend, don't miss out on our team’s recommendations for some of the top spots of Toronto!
We're thrilled to announce that the WINNER of the Kolouring Kontest for the Kiddies is Marcus Leszek, age 5! KONGRATULATIONS MARCUS!
A lot of new questions were submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 13th week of 2008.
Attend one of Toronto Building's Renovation Forums and start planning now to make your home safe and a sound investment!
Earth Hour is a global event, with 24 cities worldwide participating and taking the simple steps needed to reduce our emissions.
Don't you have a lot of special memories experienced in your home? Well, they could win you a $25000 HBC shopping spree!
On Saturday March 29, the Real Estate & Wealth Expo comes back to Toronto and we are offering you COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS!
This detached, 2-1/2-storey house was built as a single-family home about 80 years ago, but the sellers rented out its upper floors.
This roughly 80-year-old house on a quiet, dead-end street falls into the former category with changes made to its décor, mechanics and layout.
This stacked 1,080-square-foot condominium townhouse in the trendy King West Village is memorable for its prime location and layout.
This 2½-storey house has two advantages over neighbouring properties: private parking and no attached neighbours.
This one-bedroom corner suite is sought after for its prime location in the popular King West Village
Wooo hooo, congratulations Jenn! Jenn chose option 3 - the $500 shopping spree at any Cadillac Fairview Mall.
What you've all been waiting for - drumroll please - the Julie Kinnear Team March 2008 Toronto real estate newsletter.
Do your part by contacting the Yellow Pages and the White Pages to ask them to stop sending you a hard copy of the phone directories.
Little Geeks will gratefully accept any computer (Mac or PC), printer, scanner or computer parts from you of any age.
If you don't 'have' to own a car for the daily commute but sometimes need one, AutoShare may be for you.
Our client and Chiropractor extraordinaire, Dionne Watson, is proud to be part of this year's Wellspot 2008!
Believe it or not, the Canadian Diabetes Association makes housecalls to pick up your used clothing & household items - call them for a free pickup!
CTV.ca did an article on what half a million dollars buys you in Canada in a home. They chose a home sold by our team as an example.
Julie reviews No Country For Old Men - the winner of 4 Oscars including Best Picture, Director, Adapted Screenplay and Supporting Actor.
March Break is here! Makes us want to be a kid again, or one of those lucky college students whose 'summer' starts in April :)
We lose an hour of sleep, but it means Spring is really here - with longer days to come!
New questions submitted to Selling Your Home in Toronto FAQ on the 10th week of 2008.
Do you feel like you've exhausted your kids' entertainment options? Our client Chris Jones told us about the Lorraine Kimsa Theatre.
Many areas of our city have been enriched with cinematic history. Check out Toronto in the movies, the latest addition to our Movie Guide.
How did The Julie Kinnear Team do on our picks for who will be going home with a Oscar statue?
Tired of the same old dining & entertainment? Check out our client Rosemary Leach's lovely work, as well as original works by over 350 other artists, for FREE on gala opening night.
This technology communicates with your AC unit to lower the amount of electricity it uses for brief periods of time.
Deb Gallant is our marvellous winner of a $25 Laura Secord Gift Card. Be sure to share your sweets Deb!
New questions submitted to Buying a House FAQ on the 7th week of 2008.
Our client Stephanie Pelton Hatcher told us about this great organization that will give your old computer to a child in need.
New questions submitted to Toronto Homeowner FAQ on the 6th week of 2008.
Just as our home buying checklist last week, we're bringing you the same breakdown for selling.
Buying a new home is a rather complicated process, but it's safely manageable if you break it down to smaller parts.
How to be a green realtor. A lesson from Heather MacEachern.
New questions submitted to Toronto Condominiums FAQ on the 5th week of 2008.
New questions submitted to Buying a House FAQ on the 4th week of 2008.
Smart Meters are one of the latest tools to help you record how much energy you use, when you use it, and how much it's costing you.
Improve your home's energy efficiency & cut costs! Read Toronto realtor Julie Kinnear's four tips on how to winterize your home.
How to burn more efficient fires and to protect unused chimneys.
Find out who won Julie Kinnear's January Krazy Kontest. Congratulations to the winner!
Read our latest ideas about saving energy in winter - and you may save some extra bucks this time.
Read the article for a couple of very handy, season-specific tips on how to save precious energy - and money as well!
Check out our new article in the Green Lifestyle section about Recycling in Toronto.
Find out how to go about recycling less common items in Toronto by reading the rest of the entry - we've done all the research for you.