In case you missed it – JKT September News

Done Deal: Quirky quarters captivate buyers near Etobicoke’s waterfront

This two-storey house with a garage has unusual quirks, such as two driveways and a multilevel master bedroom suite, but buyers weren't dissuaded. It sold before the agent's open house early June. "There weren't very many showings; it sold right away, almost immediately. That area, Long Branch, is getting very hip, so it's a good location. Read more about the Done Deal here!

Dog-Friendly Neighbourhoods in Toronto

If you're a dog owner, it's often not the shopping options and home-to-work transit convenience that play the vital role in deciding which part of the city you'll move to. For some, the dog-friendly factor has taken the first place on the list of priorities when looking for a new home. The question then is: What really makes the neighbourhood dog-friendly? Find the answer and see the full photo essay here!

Vintage Furniture Stores in Toronto: GUFF

The story of GUFF began with the odd combination of luck, city geography and courtship. Many years ago, John Jakeman, the man who would one day start the store and who runs it to this day, was dating a woman who lived near Queen West, which is know for its profusion of vintage and antique stores. As he tells it: "I just sort of found myself poking around the antique shops and then by accident one day, I found myself at an auction." See the full photo essay here!

How to Handle Real Estate During a Divorce

Since separation is a delicate situation, it's important for a real estate team to use their expertise to help clients make this transition as smooth and worry-free as possible. That's why we've compiled some helpful information about divorce and real estate, to help make things a little easier. Read the full guide here!

Farmers’ Markets in Toronto: Artscape Wychwood Barns

Operated by Artscape since November 2008, the Artscape Wychwood Barns is a community cultural hub, where a dynamic mix of arts, culture, urban agriculture, environmental and other community activities come together. Their Farmers’ Market is one of the two largest in the city and features local, sustainable, organic, and artisanal products. This market has become THE neighbourhood meeting place, attracting more than 1,500 people each week and providing an important support for local farmers. See the full photo essay here!


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