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Tag: toronto seller 88 Charles St. E, Toronto – Central Toronto Condo Sold

  YONGE-CHURCH CORRIDOR Location: 88 Charles St. E., Unit 403, Bloor St. E. and Church St. Asking price: $299,000 Selling price: $337,500 Previous selling price: $127,500 (2004) Size: about 477 sq. ft. Parking: no parking, no locker Maintenance fees: $329.21 per month Taxes: $1,506 (2016) Bedrooms: 0 (studio) Bathrooms: 1 Days on the market: 5                             The affordable downtown studio unit located in a midrise building sold for 113 per cent of the asking price in less than a week. “This conveniently located studio suite situated one

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Tag: toronto seller Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year 2016

  To all our “Central Toronto Condos” blog readers, we wish you a Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year 2016. Please continue reading our blog articles in 2016 and please share our blog articles with your friends, families and co-workers. Please share your comments and with us and please give us your feedback.     Please call or text us at 647-294-1177 or send us an email if you need more information about “housing market” in Central Toronto communities and Toronto communities. Again, with warm greetings and best wishes throughout year 2016.   Max Seal, Broker Team “Central Toronto Condos” Blog

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Tag: toronto seller Central Toronto Annex Heritage Building Corner Unit Sells Quickly

  212 St. George St., No. 403, Toronto ASKING PRICE $499,000 SELLING PRICE $528,000 PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE $400,000 (2014) TAXES $2,781 (2014) DAYS ON THE MARKET Three The Action: When agent Dino Capocci bought this two-bedroom corner suite in the Annex, his wife and designer renovated it for long-term living. With only one or two vacancies annually in the heritage building, nine buyers seized the opportunity to take a tour and an offer was tabled shortly after. What They Got: In the 1980s, a brick residence better known as the Powell House – constructed circa 1907 – was converted to

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Tag: toronto seller Central Toronto Waterfront Condo Near Fort York Sold Quickly

  219 Fort York Blvd., No. 3509, Toronto ASKING PRICE $519,000 SELLING PRICE $519,000 PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE $342,075 (2006) TAXES $3,039 (2015) DAYS ON THE MARKET 4 The Action: Just north of Coronation Park on Lake Ontario, south-facing units in the Waterpark City community are rarely vacated, so this two-bedroom corner suite was purchased nearly as soon as it appeared in July. What They Got: On the former Molson Brewery site, a multi-tower condominium complex is home to hundreds of units, such as this 969-square-foot unit on the 35th floor bound by nine-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows in every room,

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Tag: toronto seller Central Toronto Loft Near Casa Loma Sells Quickly $15,000 Over Asking Price

  380 Macpherson Ave, Ph. 603, Toronto ASKING PRICE $679,000 SELLING PRICE $694,000 PREVIOUS SELLING PRICES $555,000 (2011); $483,491 (2009) TAXES $3,188 (2014) DAYS ON THE MARKET Two The Action: As summer opened, Madison Avenue Lofts had a fair number of units for sale, but this two-bedroom model was the only penthouse available. So one of the first three visitors secured it for themselves largely by proposing $15,000 on top of the list price. What They Got: Hardwood floors are the newest addition to this 855-square-foot loft in a former hydro building refurbished with 111/2-foot ceilings, warehouse-style windows and walkouts

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Tag: toronto seller Toronto Downtown Condos Report – 2nd Quarter, 2015

  Including: Business and Entertainment, Bay Street, Niagara, Waterfront and Financial District Downtown Toronto 2015 2014 Difference Sales 1,344 1,088 + 27% Average Price $471,338 $437,829 + 9% New Listings 2933 2761 + 2% Active Listings 1570 1529 + 2% % of Final Sales Price to Listing Price 98% 98% + 1% Days on Market 28 29 – 4%   Downtown Toronto’s condo market continues to sell well. There were 1,344 condo units sold in 2nd quarter 2015, up by 27% over the previous year. Sales prices continue to go up, as the average price rose from $437,829 in the

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Tag: toronto seller Central Toronto Condo Recent Reno Helps Forest Hill Suite Sell Over Asking

  616 Avenue Rd., No. 103, Toronto ASKING PRICE $989,800 SELLING PRICE $1,050,000 PREVIOUS SELLING PRICE $515,000 (2010) TAXES $3,897 (2014) DAYS ON THE MARKET 27 The Action: When listed, this three-bedroom-plus-solarium suite was the only available unit in an established mid-rise south of Upper Canada College. About two dozen showings were lined up over the space of a month, yielding two offers. It sold to the better bid of $60,200 over the list price. What They Got: In recent years, about $200,000 was spent improving the appearance of this third-floor suite, from smooth ceilings and hardwood floors in the

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Tag: toronto seller Central Toronto Condo Sold – Corner Suite Has Views South, North and West

2-bedroom suite has 2 parking spaces, indoor pool, squash court Garden District 130 Carlton St. #608 (Carlton and Jarvis streets) Asking price: $849,000 Sold for: $830,000 Taxes: $6,416 (2012) Monthly fee: $1,756 Bedrooms: 2+1 Bathrooms: 3 Time on the market: 95 days A corner unit in Carlton on the Park, this suite has lake and city skyline views. It has south, north and west views and overlooks Allan Gardens, says listing agent David Oey. The suite offers more than 2,500 square feet of living space. It has a pantry and a bay window in the eat-in kitchen and crown moulding

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Tag: toronto seller Midtown Toronto Condo Attracts Downsizers At Yonge and Eglinton

  70 Roehampton Ave, No. 2415 ASKING PRICE $1,249,000 SELLING PRICE $1,240,000 TAXES $7,260 (2014) DAYS ON THE MARKET 37 The Action: In the south tower of the Republic, which encompasses the new North Toronto Collegiate Institute, this two-bedroom corner suite was listed at the same time as a two-bedroom-plus-den unit 100 square feet smaller across the hall. Though they offered a similar price per square foot, the smaller unit suited a younger crowd, while this one captivated downsizers and growing families. What They Got: Built less than five years ago within a contemporary, two-tower, LEED-certified complex, this 1,850-square-foot suite

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Tag: toronto seller 10 Things To Know About Toronto Real Estate Agents

1. The first thing to understand about real estate agents is that very few work on salary. Most real estate agents are independent contractors who are paid a commission based on the number of homes they sell. The commission, paid from the sales proceeds, is usually split equally between the listing agent and the selling agent. Once the deal is closed, each of those agents usually has to pay a share to the broker who owns the office where he or she is affiliated. 2. Expect to sign a lot of paperwork. The paperwork will include the listing agreement and

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