Afraid of Committing? (to a home)

A mistake I’ve seen repeatedly in my years in Real Estate is clients who miss out on great opportunities in their search for the ‘perfect’ house or condo. Much the same way that we go looking for the perfect partner or spouse. We create checklists – successful, wealthy, tall, pretty, loves kids, pets, has theContinue reading “Afraid of Committing? (to a home)”

Hold Your Horses

It’s no doubt that quarantine and lockdown have us questioning the homes we live in. Too much clutter, too little space, an unutilized corner that overnight transformed into the ‘at home workout’ area or the home office. On the flipside, too much space, not properly used or organized. I for one turned my den intoContinue reading “Hold Your Horses”

It’s Summer in the City

I read a headline in a Toronto Storey’s article last week and shared it across my social media channels, but I felt like it needed to reach a wider group of people because of the powerful message it conveyed given the global situation we’re in: ‘We’re in the middle of a pandemic. Unemployment is atContinue reading “It’s Summer in the City”