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September 2021 Statistics for all Toronto Neighbourhoods

Listed in alphabetical order: Agincourt Alderwood Alexandra Park Allenby Armour Heights Baby Point Banbury Bathurst Manor Bay Street Corridor Bayview Village Bayview Woods Beaconsfield Bedford Park Beechborough-Greenbrook Bendale Bennington Heights Bermondsey Bickford Park   Birchcliff Birchmount Park Black Creek Bloor West Village Briar Hill - Belgravia Bridle Path Broadview North Brockton Village Brookhaven-Amesbury Cabbagetown Caribou Park Carleton Village Casa Loma Centenial Park Central East York Chaplin Estates Chinatown Christie Pits Church and Wellesley Cityplace Clairlea Clairville Clanton Park Cliffcrest Cliffside Corktown Crescent Town Cricket Club Danforth Mosaic Davenport Davisville Deer Park Distillery District Don Mills Don Valley Village Donalda Dorset Park Dovercourt Park Downsview Dufferin Grove Earlscourt-Corso Italia Eatonville Eglinton East Entertainment District Etobicoke ...

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Staging the Three Most Important Rooms

When your home is shown to potential buyers, every room is important. However, there are three types of rooms that buyers tend to pay particular attention to: kitchens, bathrooms, and bedrooms. How do you make these rooms look great? Use these staging tips from professionals. In the kitchen, make sure the stove, ...

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Little Touch Ups that Make a Big Difference

You are probably already aware of the major things you need to do around your home to get it ready for sale. These include getting rid of clutter, doing minor repairs, and making everything clean and tidy so every room is as much of a showcase as possible. But there are ...

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When to Consider a less-than-ideal Home

Obviously, when you’re searching for a new home, you want to find one that is ideal. It should be your next dream home. However, sometimes it pays to consider at least some properties that don’t meet all your criteria. After all, you never know whether one of them is actually ...

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