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Homeowners Motivated by The Benefits of Lower Rates

Requests for refinancing and mortgage renewal soar as consumers rush to benefit from historically low rates. Read all about it from the Financial Post.

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Dealerships Across Southern Ontario Seeing Sales Recovery

As restrictions loosen, people are able to test drive vehicles. Without test drives, consumers may have been hesitant to make purchases, according to the National Post.

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Thought To Be The World’s Oldest Desert, The Namib Desert is Believed to Date Back as far as 55 Million Years

Click through to see some of the BBC’s most compelling stories about natural and man made marvels.

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Only 30% of Canadians Were Re-employed at the End of June

According to a News poll by Nanos Research and Bloomberg News, taken at the end of June shows that Canadian job market is stalling. Read report HERE.

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Tesla Inc. Is Close to Achieving the Goal of Fully-Autonomous Vehicles

Tesla CEO, Elon musk had this to say, “I’m extremely confident that level 5 or essentially complete autonomy will happen and I think will happen very quickly.” when it comes to vehicles on the road without a driver, according to news outlets.

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Severe Power Outages & Flash Flooding Reported as Severe Weather Hits Toronto

Following the arrival of severe weather in Toronto this afternoon the city is receiving numerous reports of power outages and flash flooding.  For about an hour a heavy thunderstorm slammed the city with gusts of wind up to 100 km/h on the west side of Toronto, according to the weather advisory. Between 50 – 70…

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Ontario’s State of Emergency to be Extended

Ontario’s state of emergency, which began at the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, is currently set to expire on July 15th. The government is expected to table a motion which extends the state of emergency another 7 days to July 24th. The Premier’s office seeks to make sure there is no gap between…

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VIA Rail Will Temporarily Lay Off 1,000 Unionized Employees

Effective July 24, VIA Rail Union Employees to be temporarily laid off in an effort to save money, and offset costs according to news reports.

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Ford Government Tables Sweeping ‘Economic Recovery’ Bill

The omnibus bill, called the COVID-19 Recovery Act, presents changes to 20 current pieces of legislation from various public sectors. These include municipalities, schools, and the justice system. Municipal Affairs Minister Steve Clark says that some of the intended impacts will be to increase consumer protections and address unemployment, the CBC reports.

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Canada’s Deficit Projected to Grow to $343 Billion Following Covid-19 Pandemic

Canada’s Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced that the impact of the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic will be considerable. The 2020-2021 deficit is expected to swell up to $343 billion according to CP24.

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Suspensions for Children in Grade 3 and Below Will Be Banned

According to news reports, the practice of suspending children between junior kindergarten to Grade 3, disproportionately impacting Black students, will be banned in Ontario.

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Today’s Coronavirus News: Face Masks Now Mandatory in Enclosed Public Places in Toronto

The city of Toronto voted in the new bylaw that makes masks mandatory starting today with some exceptions for children under 2 and individuals who can’t wear a mask due to health reasons according to news outlet.

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Bank Commits $150 Million as Part of Big Diversity Push

RBC initiatives aim to improve racial diversity and “aims to increase the proportion of non-white executives to 30 per cent from 20 per cent, Canada’s biggest lender said on Monday,” as reported by the Financial Post.

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Home Prices in Toronto Up Nearly 12% Compared to Last Year

Rebounding home sales as buyer confidence improves as Ontario begins to reopen as reported by CP24.

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Unions Want Grocery Chains to Continue Paying $2 Extra Per Hour

Union leaders tell MPs that grocery chains should not cut pay because the COVID-19 Pandemic is still here, Globe and Mail reports.

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Ontario Government Plans To Ban Academic And Applied Courses.

To fight systematic racism, the Ontario government decided that all high schools are banning “applied” and “academic” courses to incorporate a more inclusive learning environment. Students will have the ability to be equals and have more options to achieve their goals. A unique organization called people for Education, Annie Kidder, questions whether combining a more…

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Ford’s Plan To Recover The Province’s Finances With Fast-Track Solutions.

The Ontario Government is creating a solution to better our economy by creating more transit systems with plans to merge with communities in York Region and The City Of Toronto.  During Covid-19 the province’s finances were plummeting. To recuperate it Premier Doug Ford created a solution by fast-tracking the construction and transit systems.  According to…

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A Giant Pig Unexpectedly Crashes A Party.

Celebrating their 35th anniversary, Kevin Lowe and his wife Cindy Lowe had a surprise visitor when a Ginormous pig named Tina managed to escape from its electric fence and found its way to their anniversary party. Kevin and Cindy Lowe not knowing where the pig came from immediately posted on social media to find its…

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A Alberta Man Helps Rescue Eagle.

A family from Alberta, Brett Bacon, and his family were cruising on the lake heading back home from visiting a friend’s house when they spotted a giant eagle.  While some eagles are able to fly when slightly submerged in water. Bacon realized that this eagle was not able to fly nor swim due to the fact…

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The NHL Proceeds With Protocols Before Continuing The Season.

For The NHL to proceed its season, Bill Daly, the Deputy Commissioner declared that before continuing, Protocols and agreements have to be put in place.  Training will begin on July 13th, with the approval of the league. According to news outlets, before proceeding with the season all parties of the league both governors and players…

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Tornado Hits Three local Areas In Southern Saskatchewan.

On Saturday afternoon, in southwestern Saskatchewan, three tornadoes were reported near Kincaid, the hamlet of Glenabin and near Assiniboia hitting within an hour apart from each other.  The tornado was followed by intense winds, rainfall, and hail. Local news reports that no damages were made in connection with the Three tornadoes

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In The City Of Toronto, Two Houses Were Reported On Fire.

In the city of Toronto, 2 houses in Trinity-Bellwoods reported a fire. The fire began in a resident’s backyard on Manning Avenue spreading towards another house on Dundas street. According to new sources, both Dundas Street West and Manning Avenue were temporarily closed for further investigation.

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Starting Monday, Tickets Are Being Sent Out Due To New Photo Radars In The GTA.

Starting July 6th, radar cameras are posted across the GTA to promote safe driving. The radar camera is set up to enforce the public to stop speeding in hopes that it will reduce traffic-related incidents.  According to local news, the radar cameras were installed towards the end of January for a 90 day trial period, and…

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Ontario Courts Back In Session.

Ontario CourtHouses are reopening in moderation with hopes that by November 1st all courthouses will be open.  Due to health and safety regulations, College Park courthouse in Toronto and the Guelph courthouse are not open. According to news sources due to COVID-19 individuals will be questioned and required to wear masks before entering the courthouse.

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Anticipated Raptors First Game Against The Houston Rockets.

The Toronto Raptors will be opening up their first game against the Houston Rockets on July 24th. They will continue their schedule facing Portland on July 26 and Phoenix on July 28.   According to news sources the NBA released the scrimmage schedule on Saturday.

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Drive-In… Visit the New Drive-In Vincent Van Gogh museum.

Due to coronavirus, exhibits, and shows in most museums are temporarily closed. In this case, Curators of the Vincent Van Gogh exhibit creatively planned and organized a solution to implement a safe environment for all visitors.   Local News outlets are announcing that visitors are able to view the Van Gogh exhibit by car or regulated…

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Toronto Zoo: First Major Attraction To Open In The GTA.

Starting July 4th, The Toronto Zoo will be reopening to the general public with some new precautions implemented in accordance with the new regulations. When the Toronto Zoo temporarily closed following the coronavirus pandemic, the zoo implemented a drive-through strategy to allow visitors to access the park without at risk. According to news sources, visitors…

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Moths Cover The Town of La Sarre in Quebec in Spectacular Invasion.

An unexpected turn of events has occurred within a small town in Quebec in a northwest community of La Sarre just a few hours outside of Montreal.  New sources are reporting thousands of Moths swarmed the town taking over streets of La Sarre and local businesses, Citizens had to shovel away the moths to clear…

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Forecast: Intense Heatwave Possible This Summer According To Climatologist David Philips.

A senior climatologist, Dave Philips, indicated that the next couple of days may be the hottest this summer thus far. According to Philips, the hot summer weather may surpass 30° in the coming days but feel more like 40° when humidity is factored in. The duration of this heat-wave may last up to seven or…

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Researchers In Mexico Find Evidence Of Ancient Ochre Mines

In Mexico, researchers are deep-diving into the waters of the Yucatan Peninsula to find evidence of ancient ochre mines. Even though the mines underwater are dangerous with low visibility and extremely tight spaces, the divers proceeded with caution to retract any ancient red ochre. Additionally, researchers revealed that humankind frequently visited the mines when the…

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Returning To School During COVID-19

With the school year around the corner, the Toronto District School Board director Carlene Jackson posed some difficulties in coordinating this upcoming school year. Since the start of the pandemic, students were homeschooled and introduced to virtual classes towards the end of the school year. With school board restrictions, Jackson created different possibilities for bringing…

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An Advanced Species Of Bird Changed Its Tune

A recent discovery was found when the white-throated sparrow went viral. The white-throated sparrow made an unusual sound while Most species of birds create or generate a type of tune when defending its territories or attract females. It’s uncommon for them to change their song when most birds aren’t that advanced to do so. Interestingly…

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Week Long Campaign Targets Reckless Drivers

The Toronto police have issued a campaign to unfold continued dangerous acts followed on the road. The main focus of the campaign is to enforce and educate motorists on collision-causing behavior. The campaign started from June 22nd to June 28th, with a week of shocking results of reckless, impaired, and distracted driving. According to news…

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Indigenous Hero Considered For Banknote

Bank of Canada requested recommendations for the new cover for the five-dollar bill. While the Bank nominations are over, the Bank of Canada has Tommy Prince in mind. An online petition has surfaced in making Tommy Price the new face of the banknote. According to news sources Tommy Price, Canada’s most embellished indigenous war hero,…

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Improvisation of Internet Access in North West Territories

Businessman and president of tech company in North West Territories — Lyle Fabien, wants to help communities with improving internet access by using fiber optics cables. This method will be used to assist internet connectivity by hiring outside specialists to assist with production and teach Fabians team about fabric optic cables. Doing so will provide…

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Record Breaking Global Infection Cases

The global coronavirus has reached its highest as many countries continue battling this infectious outbreak, while the United states and other parts of latin america are experiencing it majorly. As restaurants, bars, and beaches open Around 160,000 cases are being reported every day and at least 10.7 million people are infected by the virus around…

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Official New Global Geopark In Nova Scotia

After years of preparation in hopes to officially be accepted by UNESCO, and Since the global pandemic, delays were put in place. Starting July 10th, The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) officially made Nova Scotia’s cliffs of fundy a Global Geopark in hopes of attracting more tourists and boosting their local economy….

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NASA Announces Its 10 Year Time-Lapse Of The Sun

NASAs solar dynamic observatory commemorates its 10 year mark of operations by releasing an incredible time-lapse of the sun. The solar dynamic observatory was created back in February 2010 for researchers to study the solar atmosphere on the sun’s impact on earth. The sun is captured every single day with a collection of 425 million…

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Toronto Blue Jays Are Granted Access To Rogers Centre

On thursday, The city of Toronto gave permission for the Toronto Blue jays to continue their summer training camp at the Rogers Centre. Special guidelines will be enforced to keep the players, their families and the general public safe during the global pandemic. Decisions are still being made as to whether Toronto can host any…

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TTC Making Masks Mandatory Starting Thursday July 2nd

Starting TODAY masks are mandatory on TTC transportation according to news outlets

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Frank Leo Discusses Investing in a New Condo vs. Buying an Existing Unit

In this short video Frank Leo discusses the pros and cons of investing in a new condominium project vs. buying a unit in an existing building, tax repercussions, and how to weigh the risks of both options. To take advantage of Frank Leo’s real estate expertise, contact us directly by calling (416)917-5466 or send us a message…

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Scott McGillivray Trusts Frank Leo’s Real Estate Advice

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In uncertain times, the real estate market doesn’t stop moving. Now more than ever people need an experienced, authoritative source of advice to turn to. Watch this short video in which Scott McGillivray describes why he trusts Frank Leo’s real estate experience. Scott explains that Frank Leo is the Toronto real estate agent with the…

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Frank Leo Weighs In On Toronto’s Real Estate Market [June 2020]

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With recent events putting stress on the economy world-wide, Frank Leo weighs in on what Frank Leo & Associates have been seeing in the Toronto real estate market. In this short video, Frank covers how the market has been performing over the last month and provides some concise advise about buying & selling real estate…

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Markham Community Profile From Frank Leo & Associates

Markham, Ontario is the expansive north eastern suburb of the GTA that includes both a dense urban centre and more rural peripheral communities.  Known as “The High-Tech Capital” for being host to numerous multinational corporations and over 1,000 technology companies, Markham nevertheless maintains a quiet and comfortable atmosphere for a city of its size.  Read…

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Brampton Community Profile From Frank Leo & Associates

As Ontario’s 4th largest city, Brampton is a Toronto suburb which gives its diverse residents access to big city amenities without compromising too much on personal space. Read on to learn everything you need to know about Brampton if you’re considering buying property here, selling your home and relocating, or simply interested in this vibrant…

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Toronto Neighbourhood Profile: Richmond Hill Community & Neighbourhood Profile From Frank Leo & Associates

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Although it’s only a recent motto, “A Little North, A Little Nice” deftly captures the spirit of life in Richmond Hill since its early inception.  Located in the southern part of York Region and containing a population of nearly 200,000, Richmond Hill is one of the GTA’s popular commuter suburbs that combines a slower pace…

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Newmarket, Ontario: Neighbourhood and Real Estate Profile from Frank Leo & Associates

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For 200 years people have been living in and passing through what we now call Newmarket, and while initially it’s big appeal was the Holland River which allowed people to travel between Lake Simcoe and Lake Ontario, today we can enjoy the same trip via the 404 Expressway connecting Barrie and the GTA.  It’s comforting…

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Parkdale Toronto Neighbourhood Profile From Frank Leo & Associates: Compiled From Years of Experience Buying & Selling Real Estate in Toronto & The GTA

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Toronto’s vibrant Parkdale neighbourhood is packed with different cultures, highly-walkable streets, and a range of Victorian and Georgian Revival homes. It exemplifies the Canadian experience with a modern population living among heritage buildings, all served by chic local shops, restaurants, boutiques, and art spaces. Explore one of Toronto’s oldest neighbourhoods with our neighbourhood guide, covering…

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Danforth Village Toronto Neighbourhood Profile From Frank Leo & Associates

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Welcome To Danforth East, East York’s Village in a City East Danforth, also known as Danforth Village or “The Danny”, is a burgeoning neighbourhood in the east end of Toronto. While the abundance of open green spaces is a refreshing recreational reprieve for its residents, the rustic retro brick buildings from the Massey Estate and…

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How Selling Your Home Too Fast Can Cost You. Don’t Sell Without the Right Marketing!

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How Selling Your Home Too Fast Can Cost You. Don’t Sell Without the Right Marketing! Everyone wants to sell their homes for top dollar. Not everyone succeeds.  The good news? It’s absolutely possible as long as you don’t make the mistake of selling too fast without proper marketing.  Selling quickly can seem like such an…

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Roncesvalles Toronto Neighbourhood Profile From Frank Leo & Associates

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Click on one of the headings in the table of contents to jump directly to that section.  Introduction History of Roncesvalles Landmarks & Notable Features Things To Do In Roncesvalles Public Transportation Meet The Neighbours Local Culture Real Estate In Roncesvalles Geography Residential Amenities Employment Walkability Greenspace Dog Parks Welcome To Roncesvalles Known locally as…

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Mimico Toronto Neighbourhood Profile From Frank Leo & Associates

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Click on one of the headings in the table of contents to jump directly to that section.  Introduction History of Mimico Landmarks & Notable Features Things To Do In Mimico Public Transportation Meet The Neighbours Local Culture Real Estate In Mimico Geography Residential Amenities Employment Walkability Greenspace Dog Parks Welcome To Mimico, Etobicoke’s Waterfront Community…

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Downsizing in Toronto & The GTA: A Real Estate Guide From Frank Leo & Associates

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Downsizing crosses the minds of many Canadians in the later stages of life because of the potential financial benefits and lifestyle improvements it can provide. When the kids have left the nest and work life is winding down moving to smaller property can seem like the obvious move, yet there are many Canadians who are…

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The Beaches Toronto Neighbourhood Profile From Frank Leo & Associates

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Click on one of the headings in the table of contents to jump directly to that section.  Introduction History of The Beaches Landmarks & Notable Features Things To Do In The Beaches Public Transportation Demographics Local Culture Real Estate In The Beaches Geography Residential Amenities Employment Walkability Greenspace Dog Parks Welcome To The Beaches, Toronto’s…

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The Definitive Guide To Deciding Whether A House or Condominium is Right For You – From Frank Leo & Associates

The real estate market is constantly in flux with prices going up and down and a whole media industry sensationalizing the latest developments, so it’s tough enough finding the right property especially if you’re not certain about what you’re looking for. Homeownership in the classic sense is just that – owning your own house –…

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Why Your Real Estate Agent Is So Important & How Making The Wrong Selection Can Cost You Tens Of Thousands Of Dollars!

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Your choice of realtor can and will impact how long your home sits on the market & why you shouldn’t choose a realtor solely based on suggested listing price & commission fee charged alone. There’s a right buyer out there for every home. Whether it’s a penthouse condo or a starter home, your property is…

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Dealing with Separation or Possible Divorce? These Steps Will Save You Money & Aggravation When Selling Your Home

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Any couple who finds themselves in the unfortunate position of separating or divorcing faces a multitude of difficulties, so taking the aggravation out of handling the sale of the mutual home can be a major factor in cutting out stress. Most ex-couples have enough to worry about already without that addition of even more legal…

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Finding The Best Real Estate Agent in Toronto & the GTA to Buy or Sell Property

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There’s no shortage of “the best Toronto & GTA realtors to sell or buy.” At least that’s what they’d have you believe. Although there are plenty of realtors in Toronto & The GTA contending to be the best for buying or selling a home in Toronto & GTA, there can only be one, well, #1. …

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How To Enhance Your Home’s Curb Appeal When You’re Selling Your Home in Toronto

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Since your home only gets one chance to make a first impression that will make potential buyer’s say, “I want to call that place home,” nailing your home’s curb appeal is at the top of mind for many Toronto & GTA home sellers.  Most potential homebuyers are going to see your home’s facade first –…

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Has Your Toronto or GTA Home Listing Expired & Now You’re Getting Realtors Calling You & Knocking on Your Door?

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When you put your home on the market with a real estate broker you give your agent permission to create a listing for the property on a Multiple Listing Service (MLS). The listing contract you have with the agent gives them exclusive rights to sell your property for the period of time outlined in the…

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Home Seller’s Checklist: What You Should Take Care of Before Selling Your Home in Toronto or The GTA

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Selling your home in Toronto or The GTA requires planning, organization, and more work than many people realize. This home seller’s checklist will help you keep track of all the tasks that need to be done when selling your home in Toronto or The GTA. To deal with the workload and ensure everything runs smoothly…

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How Do You Sell A Home in Toronto or The GTA For Top Dollar Without Intrusive Open Houses? Learn How From Frank Leo, The #1 RE/MAX Agent in The World*

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Entertaining guests is one thing, but for most people the only strangers they want in their homes are plus ones at a party. So why is it taken for granted that you need an open house to sell your home in Toronto & The GTA? Many people go as far as having multiple open houses hoping…

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Thinking of Selling Your Home in Toronto or The GTA? Avoid These 4 Major Deal Breakers For Home Buyers and Maximize Your Chance of Getting Top Dollar Value for Your Property

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Everyone has their personal preferences when it comes to how their homes look and feel. That’s part of what makes a house feel like home.  Despite these preferences being very personal and subjective there are common deal breakers that are likely to turn most people away even if the house is a good fit for…

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Advice For Millennials Thinking of Buying a House In Toronto Or The GTA From Frank Leo, The #1 Individual RE/MAX Agent in the World

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With almost 65% of millennials saving money with the intent of buying a house in Toronto or elsewhere, we want to provide first-time homebuyers with the best possible advice and insights when it comes to what could be the largest financial decision of a lifetime. Taking the right approach when investing in Toronto real estate…

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Toronto & GTA Real Estate: A Strong Place to Invest When It Comes to Real Estate Investment in Canada

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The Toronto & GTA Real Estate market just saw a major jump. The Toronto real estate statistics released by the Canadian Real Estate Board for this summer show a major upswing when it comes to housing sales. The increase is drawing even more attention to one of Canada’s top cities for Real Estate investment. In…

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Frank Leo’s Net Worth Tips For Toronto & GTA Real Estate

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Regardless of the state of Canada’s economy, global markets, or the stock market, protecting your net worth can be a wise course of action. In this Frank Leo Net Worth tips article we’ll cover how Toronto & GTA Real Estate can not only protect your wealth from shrinking and protect from inflation, but even generate…

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Frank Leo’s Net Worth Tips – Building Your Home Equity With Real Estate in Toronto & The GTA

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If you’ve heard the phrase, “building home equity,” but not sure what it means it can be summarized like this: your home equity is the “amount” of your home you actually own. It’s the difference between the amount you owe on the mortgage loan and what your home is currently worth. For example: Let’s say…

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When Selling Your Home, Trust the Advice That Frank Leo, The #1 RE/MAX Agent in the World*, Has Learned Over 3 Decades of Experience Selling Billions of Dollars Worth of Properties in Toronto & The GTA

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If you’re considering selling your home in Toronto, the first impression it makes on a potential buyer can make or break the sale. Whether they see an MLS listing for your home or pass it on the street, it has to draw them in and make them wish they lived there. According to a 2011…

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What Does It Take To Become the #1 RE/MAX Agent In the World?* Selling A Home For $1M Over Asking is a Good Place to Start

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For 3 decades, Frank Leo has served Toronto & The GTA by helping 1000’s of people get their houses, condos, and properties sold for top dollar value. Frank Leo has become the #1 RE/MAX Agent in the World by using his comprehensive understanding of the Toronto real estate market to consistently sell homes at top…

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Your Guide To Buying Your First Home in Toronto & The GTA From Frank Leo The #1 RE/MAX Agent in The World*

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So you’re thinking of buying a home in Toronto or the GTA. As what could be the largest financial decision you will make in your lifetime, there’s no room for uncertainty when it comes to buying your first home.  You’ve come to the right place for expert insights into the process of buying a house in…

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Selling Your Home in Toronto: Working With Frank Leo, The #1 RE/MAX Agent in the World*, and How Frank Became #1 By Getting Clients’ Homes Sold in Toronto, Guaranteed

As a homeowner selling your property in Toronto & The GTA, what do you stand to gain by working with the #1 RE/MAX Agent in The World? Your bottom line is finding the right buyer and getting your home sold for top dollar value, and Frank Leo can help you do just that. In order…

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Sell Your Home With One of the Top Realtors in Canada

Why Frank Leo and his team of Toronto & GTA realtors are your best bet. How has Frank Leo become one of the top realtors in Canada and the World? Simple, the ability to garner mass exposure for your home with his guaranteed home selling system. His support staff of Toronto & GTA real estate…

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5 Signs That You Have Found The Right Toronto Realtor To Sell Your Home

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The right real estate agent will alleviate stress and maximize value. Deciding to sell your home unboxes a whole new world of uncertainty and doubt. Especially since selling your home is something you’ve likely never had to do before. Deciding to sell is easy, but getting the most value for your home is enough to…

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Open Houses Are Ineffective

Now let’s get serious about selling your Toronto and GTA home. Just like the milkman, the payphone, and ketchup bottles that are not inherently upside down,  open houses are becoming outdated when it comes to marketing your Toronto home. Why are they becoming outdated? They have been proven to simply be ineffective, reaching only a…

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Selling Your GTA Home? Why The Time Is Right

While many GTA homeowners have been ecstatic watching the value of their home rise steadily over the past decade, it’s important to know this historic climb will not last forever. The Toronto real estate market is at the highest it’s ever been, and it is rather unrealistic to expect those numbers to continue growing forever….

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Seller’s Advice – Pricing Strategies for Selling Your Home

For most Canadians, their home is their most important asset. As the population continues to climb and home inventory continues to shrink, the GTA is becoming an even stronger seller’s market. However, it’s important to remember that just because other homes are selling for a higher than average price in your neighbourhood, you’re not guaranteed…

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Toronto Houses: What you should be looking for

Looking through the images of Toronto homes for sale on a website can give you a good sense of what you’re buying. However, it’s not until you’re actually inside the house, do you get the full picture. When you walk into a house, you may be focused on checking out a few key things. While…

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Home Buyers Advice: Why It’s A Great Idea to Buy a GTA Home Now

Many Canadians are poised with the dilemma of renting in the short-term or leaping into ownership. Conventional wisdom would say of course it’s better to invest in a property for the future. While that is true, many renters think holding off on buying a new home is a more economically sound decision. However, the perfect…

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Why an Experienced Realtor Should Conduct Your Toronto Home Evaluation

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  When you are committed to selling your home, condo or loft in Toronto, many sellers can soon find themselves in trouble. Time and time again sellers get the wrong impression of the value of their home using inadvisable home value estimation techniques and that could lead to overestimating the price or even letting the…

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Sellers Advice: How to Stage Your Home

From boosting your curb appeal to creating a more welcoming indoor atmosphere, your home should be looking it’s best when attracting potential sellers. In order to sell your home faster, we have highlighted some strategies and key advice to help you best showcase your property. The Outside – The First Impression With nearly 90% of…

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Sellers Advice: Avoid These Common Selling Mistakes

Selling a home can be one of the most time-consuming and emotionally taxing times in a person’s life – especially for first time home sellers. The simple truth is the best home realtor will understand and appreciate what you are going through, and knows how to make the process a whole lot easier. Since you’ve…

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