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Just Listed | 73 Heathview Avenue

Spectacular Value In Bayview Village Bright & Spacious Raised Bungalow With Bonus 3 Season Sunroom Addition. Separate Side Entrance To Partially Finished Basement With Extra High Ceilings. Solid Family Home Awaits Your Decorators Touch. Unlimited Potential To Renovate & Live-In, Rent Out Or Build. Whistle Clean, Updated Windows & Doors, Steps To TTC, Parks, Schools & Shopping.

Furniture Ideas that Save Space

We could all use a little more room in our homes, so it’s always worth checking out the amazing space saving options available to homeowners today. Some common clutter reducing options include closet organizers and kitchen cabinetry specially designed for storage, but there are so many new ideas available too. For example, the latest modern beds appear to be sitting on a solid box frame but they are actually hiding plenty of storage space. That space is easily accessible with a simple lever that raises the mattress – a much tidier solution than shoving boxes between the legs of a standard bed frame. If you’re considering a sofa bed or Murphy bed, imagine a set of bunk beds that are hidden within the framework of an ordinary-looking sofa or behind a wall unit. How about a coffee table that expands into a dining room table, or a cube-shaped ottoman that hides seating for five? With so many new space-saving furniture designs available, casual search online could reveal possibi

TREB MLS Average Resale Home Price - August 2019

TREB MLS Sales-to-New Listings Ratio - August 2019

TREB MLS New Listings - August 2019

TREB MLS Sales August 2019

GTA REALTORS® Release August 2019 Stats

September 5, 2019 -- Toronto Real Estate Board President Michael Collins announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 7,711 residential sales through TREB's MLS® System in August 2019. This result represented a 13.4 per cent increase compared to 6,797 sales reported in August 2018. On a month-over- month basis, after preliminary seasonal adjustment, sales were up by 0.8 per cent.  GTA-wide sales were up on a year-over-year basis for all major market segments, with annual rates of sales growth strongest for low-rise home types including detached houses. This reflects the fact that demand for more expensive home types was very low in 2018 and has rebounded to a certain degree in 2019, albeit not back to the record levels experienced in 2016 and the first quarter of 2017.  Market conditions also became tighter in August 2019 compared to a year ago because, while sales were up year-over-year, new listings were down by three per cent over the same time period to 11,789. Year-t