March 31, 2010 6


How NOT To Sell A Million-Dollar Condo

Constantly amazed; never surprised.

I see all kinds of crazy things in this business, but after showing six million-dollar condos today and having four “stories” to tell, I’m shocked at the awful condition some of these units are in, and the awful experience that the sellers and agents created for me and my buyer-client.

Who ever said that selling a million-dollar condo was supposed to be easy anyways?

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March 29, 2010 15


The Future of King West

There has always been a link between night-life and real estate values.

My experience on Saturday night only amplified my thoughts about the King West area.

The following is a bit of a rant, and it might seem hypocritical if you skim the text, but it’s all I can say in response to a culture in Toronto that I don’t really want any part of…

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March 26, 2010 1


Easter Eggspectations…

Easter weekend marks the changing of the guard in our spring real estate market, as it divides the six-month season in half.

Our spring market typically runs from January to the end of June, and there is a wide misconception that it slows down in March/April.

I really don’t think it does, nor do I expect it to…

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March 24, 2010 6


Amateur Home Inspection

I’m no expert, but I’d say that there are a few ‘minor’ issues with this house.

If it wasn’t the large pool of water on the bathroom floor, then it might have been the constant “drip, drip, drip” coming from the ceiling.

I guess the heavy rain that day was a blessing in disguise… 

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March 23, 2010 18



Here is yet another insider’s look at the ever-changing real estate industry.

It’s a story with a large fork in the road, and a path that I went down willfully.

I can’t help but wonder how often the other path may be traveled…

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