January 29, 2010 20

Opinion

Friday Rant: Realtors & Social Media

If you’re reading this right now, you’re probably aware that I have a web-log, or something that cool people refer to as a “blog.”

The entire industry is a-buzz right now with this new thing called “social media.”

WARNING: the following post will be incredibly sarcastic, cynical, somewhat arrogant, and will poke fun at a lot of people…

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January 28, 2010 12

Condos

Should I Buy This Condo?

I’ve been thinking of making a move for some time, and the “perfect” property just came onto the market.

The building literally backs onto where I currently live, so I wouldn’t exactly be moving out of the area!

Despite the fact that I sell people houses and condos for a living, I just can’t answer this question for myself: “Is it time?”

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January 27, 2010 5

Development

“That’s Gold, Jerry! Gold!”

Kenny Bania…..greatest guest character in Seinfeld history!

Bania sure knew GOLD when he saw it, and I think the residents of the few remaining houses on Kenaston Gardens must see the pile that they’re sitting on right now…

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January 25, 2010 11

Condos

Captain Of The Ship!

Who is guiding your condominium and trying to steer it clear of that proverbial iceberg?

Who makes the decisions at the top and how much power does he or she have?

Every building is different, but if you look hard enough, you’ll see some dictatorships on the horizon…

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January 22, 2010 14

Opinion

Friday Rant: The Ban on Plastic Bags

I’ve been saving this up for a special occasion, and since it’s Friday I figured I may as well let loose with a wicked rant.

Toronto’s plastic bag ban is (supposedly) great for the environment, but it’s getting out of control.

Isn’t it?

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January 20, 2010 3

Condos

Deoxyribonucleic Acid

Phase Three of D.N.A. Condos is going to be launched on the northwest corner of King & Strachan this spring, and there is already a buzz about the project.

As far as King West goes these days, I’m convinced that you could build a wicked fort out of cardboard boxes, and people would line up to buy it.

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