Interested in learning more about the new SmartTrack/GO stations? Join the online town halls on June 20th and 21st at 7pm respectively. There will be updates on the work underway and an opportunity to ask questions and provide comments about the project. Tonight the focus is on Gerrard-Carlaw and East Harbour SmartTrack Stations, and Spadina-Front GO Station. Tomorrow the focus is on St. Clair-Old Weston and King-Liberty SmartTrack Stations, and Bloor-Lansdowne GO Station. http://smarttrack.to/townhall/ http://smarttrackmeeting.ca/
We are proud to announce that Trish Mutch has simultaneously earned her membership in the Million Dollar Guild™ (GUILD) and been awarded the prestigious Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist™ (CLHMS) designation in recognition of her experience, knowledge and expertise in the luxury home market. “Agents who have earned the CLHMS designation are performing at the highest level in their community,” said Diane Hartley, president of The Institute. “We want to recognize this performance, and give these elite professionals the earned distinction that they are the agent of choice for affluent buyers and sellers.” If you are interested in learning more about the Toronto luxury market, please reach out!
June 2018 marks the second year our city has celebrated Toronto Pride month. The celebrations culminate with the 38th Pride parade on June 24th at 2PM. We have compiled a list of events – for “kids” of all ages – that spark our fancy and think you might think so too! Family Pride – Summer Disco! SAT JUN 09, 2018 10:00AM 01:00PM @ 519 Church Street An annual Pride extravaganza for families including a DJ dance party, water play in the splash pad, a mini-parade around the park, making fabulous attire for all of your pride events and much, much more. This year’s theme is Summer Disco! Grab your bell bottoms, boogie shoes, and big hair styles! Get your glitter
TORONTO, June 04, 2018 — Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 7,834 sales through TREB’s MLS® System in May 2018. This result was down by 22.2 per cent compared to May 2017. While the number of sales was down year-over-year, the annual rate of decline was less than reported in February, March and April, when sales were down by more than 30 per cent. On a month-over-month basis, seasonally adjusted May sales were basically flat compared to April.1 Supply of homes available for sale continued to be an issue. New listings were down by 26.2 per cent. The fact that new listings were down by more than sales in comparison to last year means that competition increased between buyers. Recent polling