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The home selling process can seem daunting. Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start! To help guide you through the process, here’s a simple 5 step guide for selling your home.

Find An Agent

The first step to selling your home is finding the right real estate agent. Start by searching online or asking friends and family for referrals. There is no commitment required on your part for the initial meeting with an agent. It will be educational and will help you identify the right agent for you.

Price Your Home


Establishing an asking price will be the next step to selling your home. To determine a price, look for comparable homes that have sold in your neighbourhood recently. Also look at what’s currently on the market and how…

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The Toronto real estate market continued to show exceptional year-over-year growth in April. According to TRREB, 13,663 homes were sold resulting in a whopping 362% increase from the 2,957 properties sold last year during the same time.

The average selling price in April showed a similar trend, with a 33% increase year-over-year to $1,090,992, while new listings grew 237%.

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Detached homes lead the way with 6,516 sales and an average price of $1,503,970, up 41.3% year-over-year.

Condo apartments accounted for 3,290 of the overall monthly total with an average price of $669,739, up 19.6% year-over-year.

These year-over-year increases are not surprising, since it was during this time last year…

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Gardening is a great way to get outdoors while creating something that brings beauty to your home. If you are considering starting your own garden, but have never gardened before, here are some tips to help you get started. 

Plan Around The Sun

Planning a spot for your garden is the first thing you’ll need to do. Since most plants require 3 to 6 hours of sun per day, make sure the spot you choose receives plenty of sunlight. Pay attention to how the sun moves throughout your yard on a typical day and plan accordingly.

Stay Close To A Source Of Water


When plotting your garden, make sure you have a hose nearby so you don’t have to lug around water every time. Nothing is worse than having to carry water back and forth during a…

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