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Our Past Newsletters

April 2021

 The weather is finally warming up, and although we were all looking forward to enjoying the spring with family and friends, we have entered another lockdown during the third wave of the pandemic. I truly love my community, and with this in mind, I will be doing whatever I can to support our local businesses during this difficult time. I hope you will join me in doing the same.

March 2021

Spring is less than two weeks away and this weekend we’ll be turning our clocks ahead, which means that sundown won’t be until after 7pm! The Toronto real estate market continues to set records, with sales 52.5% higher last month than in February 2020. The average price for a detached home in Toronto hit $1.68M. The price growth is due to a lack of inventory on the market. If more homes are listed this spring, I think we’ll still see price gains, but perhaps not double digits.

February 2021

 I hope you and your family remain healthy and safe. Although it’s cold out (though a normal Toronto winter!) and we are still under a stay-at-home order, there are things to celebrate, including both Valentine’s Day and Family Day this weekend. 

January 2021

I hope you had a great holiday season and are getting settled into 2021. Although we’re currently under a lockdown, the vaccine is the light at the end of the tunnel and I am hoping that the holidays next year feel a lot closer to normal!

December 2020

Below you’ll find articles about the history of The Kingsway neighbourhood, the best Christmas cookies in Toronto and ideas for planning a luxe winter staycation.

October 2020

The Toronto real estate market saw another record breaking month in August. The market was the only thing hotter than the weather! 

November 2020

Toronto’s real estate market continues to set records. In the GTA as a whole, sales were up by 25.1% with an average price increase of 13.7%.

September 2020

The Toronto real estate market saw another record breaking month in August. The market was the only thing hotter than the weather! The average price for a detached home in Toronto was up by over 21% as compared to August 2019.

August 2020

The Toronto real estate market was on fire last month. The number of listings sold actually set a record and the average price across all types of homes was up from July 2019.

July 2020

Toronto’s real estate market really took off in June and I am seeing the same thing happening in July. Compared to May, sales are up significantly (89%!).

June 2020

Although it’s important to have a positive attitude, I think it’s also important to acknowledge what’s going on in the world right now.

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March 2021

Spring is less than two weeks away and this weekend we’ll be turning our clocks ahead, which means that sundown won’t be until after 7pm! The Toronto real estate market continues to set records, with sales 52.5% higher last month than in February 2020. The average price for a detached home in Toronto hit $1.68M. The price growth is due to a lack of inventory on the market. If more homes are listed this spring, I think we’ll still see price gains, but perhaps not double digits.