In case you missed it – JKT May News

We are on the cover of the Real Estate Magazine!

We are so thrilled to say that we are featured in the May 2017 issue of the REM - Real Estate Magazine! It is a big honour and we just want to thank YOU - all of our clients and friends who support us every day. See our full article here.

April 2017 Toronto Market Report: New Listings are Blooming

Finally good news for the Toronto market. Compared to the April 2016, we experienced extremely strong growth, more than 33 percent, in new listings last month. New listings were up by double-digits for all low-rise home types, including detached and semi-detached houses and townhouses. See all the numbers here.

Sakura in Bloom: High Park Covered in Cherry Blossoms

Sakura trees, also known as cherry blossom, are known for their beauty and charm. Blossoms usually reach peak bloom in late April or early May and flowers last from 4 to 10 days, depending on the weather. In this time, Toronto’s High Park attracts thousands of people to admire their beauty. See our full photo essay here.

So You Want To Be A Landlord? Part Two: Buying The Property

Now that you’ve decided what type of landlord you want to be it’s time to think about buying properties. Purchasing a rental property presents a unique set of problems. Regardless of whether you want to rent out the basement of your home or turn a building into four separate units, you’re going to have to jump through extra hoops. See our full guide here.

Blue Jays Client Appreciation Night 2017

It was so great to catch up with friends and clients again at our night with the Blue Jays! Find photo of yourself in our full report here.

Vintage Furniture Stores in Toronto: Bungalow

Paul Salsman and Jessica Zimmerman opened their own vintage store nearby in 2004, at 273 Augusta Avenue, where they could catch the pedestrians streaming down to the heart of Kensington Market. They also decided to catch more customers by selling more than just clothing. Along with the racks of carefully colour coded new and vintage wearables, their store Bungalow also specializes in accessories, housewares, and furniture. See our full interview here.

Recycle In Toronto – How To Get Rid Of Organic, Unusual And Hazardous Waste

Think twice before considering some of your household objects to be a waste, but after you really feel like letting go, find out how to go about recycling these items in Toronto by reading our guide. See it here.


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