In case you missed it – JKT March News

Toronto Farmers’ Markets: Winter Market at Montgomery’s Inn

Although it’s still a little bit cold in Toronto, that doesn’t stop local farmers and food artisans in producing amazing products. Visit winter indoor edition of this Etobicoke market, which is open through late May 2017 every Wednesday from 2 to 6 p.m. Eat, enjoy the music, meet new people and don’t forget to have a tour of the Inn - it’s free during the market hours! See our full photo essay here.

February 2017 Toronto Market Report: Heavy Demand From Buyers

February showed that home ownership is still considered as a great long-term investment by many Greater Toronto Area households. And Jason Mercer, TREB's Director of Market Analysis gave us an insight of what's next: “Until we see a marked increase in the number of homes available for sale, expect very strong annual rates of price growth to continue.” See all the numbers here.

Top 5 Spring & Summer Sports Camps for Kids in Toronto

Whether you’re a perpetual planner and already thinking about August, or if you’re looking for some fantastic fun and active ways for your children to get the most out of their recreational time, we picked some of the best spring and summer sporting programming located in our beloved Toronto! These camps balance skill development and a fun camp environment - your Kids can try soccer, basketball, swimming, martial arts, but also acrobatics and robotics! Don’t hesitate and pick your favourite here.

So You Want To Be A Landlord? Part One: The Decisions

Becoming a landlord is a good way to help pay down your mortgage, generate extra income, or even create your own business. And what may seem like a daunting task at first is actually a rewarding experience! Julie Kinnear, head of our Julie Kinnear Team of Real Estate Consultants, helps you with the basics of becoming a landlord. Read the first part of our series here.

The JKT Volunteering at Good Shepherd Ministries

There is nothing better than giving back to the community and to the people in need. That’s why we don’t hesitate to volunteer all around the year - this time, we visited kitchen at Good Shepherd Ministries on Queen East. Please consider donating or volunteering and see our experience here.

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