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Pick or Pass: The Neighbourhood to Watch for 2017

Nicole Harrington in Listings of the Week 

Toronto’s housing market is as diverse as its people: ranging in price, size, and location. I pick a Toronto listing or trend to...

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Pick or Pass: How a "Must Have" List Can Help Your Home Buying

Nicole Harrington in Listings of the Week 

Toronto’s housing market is as diverse as its people: ranging in price, size, and location. I pick a Toronto listing or trend to...

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Pick or Pass: So, Let’s Talk About Malvern

Nicole Harrington in Listings of the Week 

Toronto’s housing market is as diverse as its people, ranging in price, size, and location. I pick a Toronto listing or trend to...

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R Listing: Do School Districts Affect Home Values?

Nicole Harrington in Listings of the Week 

 Here's my closer look at a recent Realosophy listing brought to market by our busy sales team - along with key insights and the...

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Pick or Pass: Affordable Spots for First-Time-Home-Buyers

Nicole Harrington in Listings of the Week 

Toronto’s housing market is as diverse as its people: ranging in price, size, and location. I pick a Toronto listing or trend to...

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Pick or Pass: If It Looks Too Good to Be True, It Just Might Be

Nicole Harrington in Listings of the Week 

Toronto’s housing market is as diverse as its people: ranging in price, size, and location. I pick a Toronto listing to focus on each...

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R-Listing: Why East York is Super Hot for Families

Nicole Harrington in Listings of the Week 

 

Here's my closer look at a recent Realosophy listing brought to market by our busy sales team - along with key insights and the...

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Pick or Pass: Time for You to Consider Regent Park?

Nicole Harrington in Listings of the Week 

Toronto’s housing market is as diverse as its people: ranging in price, size, and location. I pick a Toronto listing to focus on each...

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Pick of the 6ix: Is This Small Town the Next Big Thing?

Nicole Harrington in Listings of the Week 

Toronto’s housing market is as diverse as its people: ranging in price, size, and location. We pick the top Toronto listing in each...

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Pick of the 6ix: Toronto's Listing of the Week

Nicole Harrington in Listings of the Week 

Toronto’s housing market is as diverse as its people: ranging in price, size, and décor. We pick the top Toronto listing in each...

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Toronto's Hottest Neighbourhoods - 2016

 

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Toronto Real Estate Roundup - March 28 2014

Realosophy Team in Media Roundup, Toronto Real Estate News

All you need to know regarding the housing market in Toronto, Canada and abroad.

This week in Toronto: Realosophy...

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Hottest Toronto Neighbourhoods for 2013

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Best Toronto Neighbourhoods 2013 - For Price Appreciation

 

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Best Toronto Neighbourhoods for Great Schools - 2012

Realosophy Schools for Home Buyers Workshop - Starts Again Sept 2012

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Most Improved Toronto Schools 2012

 

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What’s Driving Toronto Real Estate Prices Up? The School Factor

Urmi Desai in Top Ten Neighbourhoods, Toronto Schools, Toronto Neighbourhoods, Home Buying

It’s time to get schooled!

We’ve updated www.realosophy.com with the latest 2011 ...

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3-Bedroom Subway Access for $500K - 2011

Urmi Desai in Top Ten Neighbourhoods, Home Buying

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Turf War Over Who Names Neighbourhoods

Bob Aaron in Real Estate Trends, Toronto Neighbourhoods

Toronto residents who are proud to live in areas such as Harbourfront, Davisville Village, Leslieville, Chaplin Estates,...

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Purchasing Power Parity for Toronto Neighbourhoods

Purchasing power parity is an economic theory that helps us understand how overvalued or undervalued currencies are by comparing their currencies purchasing power for identical...

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Most Walkable Toronto Neighbourhoods Over $1 Million - 2011

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Changeover at Queen East and Jones

Urmi Desai in Toronto Neighbourhoods, Leslieville

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Best Toronto Schools on a $500K Budget - 2011

Urmi Desai in Top Ten Neighbourhoods, Toronto Schools, Home Buying

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New Condo Alert: Showcase Condos in Leslieville

John Pasalis in Toronto Condos and Lofts, Toronto Neighbourhoods, Leslieville

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Changeover at Broadview and Queen East

Urmi Desai in Toronto Neighbourhoods, Leslieville, Riverdale

Lots of change happening on the retail street at Broadview and Queen East. On a small block there are no less than...

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Buying 101: Investing in an Up and Coming Neighbourhood

John Pasalis in Toronto Real Estate News, Home Buying, Toronto Neighbourhoods

“Where is the next up and coming neighbourhood?” has to be the question I’m most often asked by...

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Experienced in Leslieville: Crafternoon Tea + Holy Cow Warehouse Opening

Urmi Desai in Leslieville, Toronto Neighbourhoods, Real Toronto

Walking to our Leslieville office this Sat, I stopped in to enjoy high tea at the Leslieville Crafternoon, a...

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Experienced: Toronto the Sweet Not Sour

Urmi Desai in Real Toronto, Toronto Neighbourhoods

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TIFF Bell Lightbox Opens + The Entertainment District Grows Up

It's Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) launch day today! If you are scrambling to figure out what to see, click on "continue reading" link below for a list of exciting...

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Leslieville News: Jimmie Simpson Rec Centre Grand Re-Opening

 David Eakins in LeslievilleToronto Neighbourhoods

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Leslieville News: Ashbridges Bay TTC Landscape Design Competition

As residents of Leslieville, The Beach and Riverdale, actually most of the city, likely know, last December the city and the TTC chose the Ashbridges Bay site (at the...

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Which Toronto Neighbourhoods are Safest in a Slowing Housing Market?

John in Toronto Real Estate News, Toronto Neighbourhoods

The slowdown in Toronto's real estate market continued in May with sales actually dropping by 1% over the same month...

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Leslieville News: The Pit at Queen and Pape

David Eakins in Toronto Neighbourhoods, Leslieville

"What's the story with the stagnating pit at the corner of Queen and Pape?" That's the question many residents have been...

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Leslieville News: Joel Weeks Park Redesign

David Eakins in Toronto Neighbourhoods, Leslieville

Last night at the Ralph Thornton Centre, South Riverdale and Leslieville residents witnessed the City of Toronto Parks,...

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Christie Pits

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods.

 

Christie Pits is a neighbourhood bordered by Bloor Street West, Ossington Avenue, Christie Street and the railroad tracks that lie...

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High Park

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods.

When a particular neighbourhood has a quality that sets it apart from the pack, the entirety of that characteristic generally echoes...

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Wallace Emerson

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods

When approaching the neighbourhood of Wallace Emerson it is hard for one to ignore the neon lights of Club Paradise illuminating a...

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Wanless Park

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods.

Bounded by Lawrence Avenue East, Snowden Avenue and Mount Pleasant Road, the neighbourhood of Wanless Park relies on the lay of the...

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Hoggs Hollow

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods

Hoggs Hollow has always been one of those neighbourhoods that I had heard of but never quite knew where it was or what to expect when...

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Regal Heights

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods

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Bennington Heights

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods

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Leaside

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods

If there was ever a more family-oriented neighbourhood in Toronto, I have yet to find it.  The neighbourhood of Leaside was a planned...

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Little Italy

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods

Growing up in the suburbs, I had been a frequent patron of the night life on College Street otherwise known as Little Italy.  I always...

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Trinity Bellwoods

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods   

A friend of mine named her dog after it.  Former Sault St. Marie band Treble Charger wrote a song about it.  The neighbourhood of...

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Dufferin Grove

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods

My favourite Toronto housing style has always been, what I call, the ‘downtown house.’  They are numerous within Dufferin Grove (check...

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Ledbury Park

Jesse Fleming in Toronto Neighbourhoods

Similar to any older Toronto neighbourhood, the trend of knocking down post-war homes (usually bungalows) and building grander,...

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Lawrence Manor

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods

This past weekend, Toronto was home to the Canadian National Scrabble Championship.  As I am an avid player of the crossword-themed game, I...

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Lawrence Park

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods

“Four hundred feet above Lake Ontario and far from the lake winds in winter” was the original advertisement for the neighbourhood of Lawrence...

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Humewood-Cedarvale

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods

The neighbourhood of Humewood-Cedarvale is a result of the amalgamation of the former communities of Humewood and Cedarvale (check out...

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Lytton Park

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods

Incorporated into the City of Toronto in 1912, the neighbourhood of Lytton Park hit its construction peak between 1946 and 1960 (check out...

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Caribou Park

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods

Joining Allenby and Corso Italia is yet another of Toronto’s smaller areas, the neighbourhood of Caribou Park (check out Realosophy’s...

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Oakwood-Vaughan

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods

Somewhere in between snow storms, I ventured out of my house-turned-hibernation-cave with a plan to seek out all that Oakwood-Vaughan had to...

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Corso Italia: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods 

Similar to Allenby, the neighbourhood of Corso Italia is one of Toronto’s smallest (check out Realosphy’s Neighbourhood Profile for housing...

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Allenby: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods

Nestled in between North Toronto and Forest Hill lies the neighbourhood of Allenby (check out Realosophy’s Neighbourhood Profile for school and...

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Lawrence Heights: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods

The neighbourhood of Lawrence Heights, like a lot of older communities, has two sides (check out Realosophy’s neighbourhood profile for local...

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Keelesdale: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods

During my directionally challenged tour of Fairbank, I accidentally ended up in its western neighbour of Keelesdale (check out Realosophy's...

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Fairbank: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods 

Getting lost in one’s own neighbourhood takes dedication and skill. Having moved to the neighbourhood of Fairbank (check out Realosophy’s...

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The Distillery District: Historical Toronto or EuroArt Disneyland?

Urmi in Toronto Neighbourhoods, Urban Issues

I particularly enjoyed reading Jesse's take on the history and future promise of the Distillery District this week, since I've been...

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Historic Distillery District: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods, Toronto Condos and Lofts 

A short while, I had lamented on Toronto’s seemingly lack of recognition to buildings that were erected during its...

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Downsview: Much More Than a Park

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods                                     

Growing up in the ‘burbs' of Toronto, I had acquired a certain ignorance about the ‘big city’.  Toronto...

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Bejeweled Phantoms: Will Foreign Investors Accelerate Gentrification in Toronto?

Urmi in Urban Issues, Toronto Real Estate News

A Bay St. heavyweight's startling prediction for Toronto's real estate market will worry HomeBuyers looking to become a part of...

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What's in a Name? The Neighbourhood of Elia

Jesse in Toronto Neighbourhoods, Urban Issues

Lately, I have been interested by Torontonians' reactions to certain neighbourhoods. Uttering 'Rosedale' or 'Malvern' sends the...

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Cube Lofts in Toronto's Little Italy

John in Condos

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What Would Jane Jacobs Think? Expanding Toronto's Underground PATH

Urmi in Neighbourhoods, Lifestyle, In the News

Plans are underway to expand Toronto’s PATH system.  Developers and planners would like to extend the network of underground...

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The Village at York: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Neighbourhoods, Neighbourhood Explorer

York University’s Keele campus is a daunting collection of all that is academia.  Student housing complexes tower over low-rise,...

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Promenade on the Danforth Condo

John in Condos

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Guildwood: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Neighbourhoods, Neighbourhood Explorer

Few neighbourhoods hold my fascination as Guildwood does (see Realosophy's Guildwood neighbourhood profile for local school and...

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Dreaming the Big Dreams in Toronto: New Urbanism, Smart Growth and High-Density Development

Urmi in Neighbourhoods, Lifestyle, Condos, In the News

Urban planning enthralls me, like so many others, because it holds out that tantalizing promise of agency, that assertion...

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Forest Hill: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Neighbourhoods, Neighbourhood Explorer

Growing up in a suburb east of Toronto, I was unaware of the weight some neighbourhoods carried when their names were uttered. “You...

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Is Toronto the Most Successful Multicultural City in the World?

Urmi in In the News, Neighbourhoods, Lifestyle

Humans, it seems, can never get enough of parlour games—Monopoly, Scrabble, Name the Most Successful Multicultural City in the...

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Media Roundup - August 25th, 2007

In the News

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Glen Park: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Neighbourhood Explorer, Neighbourhoods

Almost at the foot of the Allen Road Expressway lies a quiet collection of houses just south of Lawrence - the neighbourhood of...

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South Annex: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Urmi in Neighbourhoods, Neighbourhood Explorer

Ed. Note.  Kicking off a day of free celebrations at Bathurst and Bloor this past Sunday, Mayor David Miller officially declared...

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Toronto Island: Paradise Lost?

Jesse in Neighbourhoods, Neighbourhood Explorer

Ed. Note.  Neighbourhood Explorer is a regular feature in which our intrepid adventurer presents an up close-and-personal tour of a...

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Tam O'Shanter-Sullivan: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Neighbourhood Explorer, Neighbourhoods

Although I frequently visit Tam O'Shanter-Sullivan , I have never taken the time to really explore the area (see Realosophy's...

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Branding Toronto’s Neighbourhoods

Urmi in HomeBuying, Neighbourhoods, Lifestyle

“So,” Paul concluded, pausing to swirl his caesar-with-extra-horseradish, “I believe I live in the Upper Upper West Annex.” ...

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Woburn: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Neighbourhoods, Neighbourhood Explorer

Ed. Note.  Neighbourhood Explorer is a regular feature in which our intrepid adventurer presents an up close-and-personal tour of a...

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Clear Spirit - New Condominium at The Distillery

John in Condos

Five short years ago, the only reason most people were driving by the corner of Cherry and Mill streets was to get to a Toronto landmark, the Canary Restaurant...

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Media Roundup - July 27th, 2007

In the News

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Media Rankings: Best Cities and Toronto Neighbourhoods

Urmi in Neighbourhoods, HomeBuying, Lifestyle

Being a bit of a news wire junkie, provocative headlines tend to catch my eye: “Ottawa ranked best place to live in Canada.”  Before...

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Media Roundup - July 20th, 2007

In the News

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North Toronto: Toronto Neighbourhood Explorer

Jesse in Neighbourhood Explorer, Neighbourhoods

Ed. Note.  Neighbourhood Explorer is a regular feature in which our intrepid adventurer presents an up close-and-personal tour...

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Realosophy Launch

Welcome to realosophy.com!  We hope that you are as excited as we are about our new Toronto HomeBuyer’s website.

We are a group of young consumers and professionals who once...

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