Thursday, April 12, 2018

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

The Best Leaside Listings Are Here!!! Call me....

This is a real gem!! Patrick has a 4+1 bdrm det North Leaside home approx 15+ yrs old with a family room & chef's kitchen leading to a fabulous landscaped garden (new trees, irrigation system, outdoor lighting)! Finished bsmt with media/rec rm, mud room off the side entrance and so much more! Asking $1,949,000!

Open House this Sat & Sun 2 - 4 PM
Virtual Tour:

Beautiful prime South Leaside semi-detached...3 bdrm, 2 bath, front yard parking, finished basement...Bessborough/St Anselm School District!  And with all this, asking $1,299,000!

Open House Sat & Sun 2 - 4 PM!
Virtual Tour:

Stunning North Leaside semi with 3+1 bdrms, 2 baths, private drive with parking for 2 cars, lovely finished bsmt and so much more. Northlea school district. Asking $1,399,000! OH Sat & Sun 2 - 4 PM. Virtual Tour:

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Monday, March 12, 2018

Eglinton Crosstown Update: Open House Meeting

Join Metrolinx & Crosslinx to  learn about the progress at the following stations:  

Chaplin, Avenue, Eglinton, Mount Pleasant & Leaside stations.... 

On Wed Mar 21 6:30 - 8 PM 
At the Yonge & Eglinton Centre 2300 Yonge St.

Friday, March 9, 2018

Easter Bunny Colouring Contest at Tuft's Valu-Mart!

Once again Patrick will help celebrate Easter with our friends at Tuft's Valu-Mart on Bayview & Davisville. Drop by the store to pick up your Easter Bunny Ballot from one of the friendly cashiers and color it in your finest colors!

Return it to Tuft's Valu-Mart before Saturday March 31st. On that Saturday, Patrick will be at the store from 12 to 2 PM to start the Easter celebration and to hand out prizes to the Top 3 Easter Bunnies!

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Monday, March 5, 2018

March Break in Davisville & Leaside Free Family Skate

Avoid becoming a mortgage fraud victim with these tips

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REGISTRAR, Real Estate Council of Ontario   
Sat., March 3, 2018

How does somebody avoid becoming a victim of mortgage fraud?

Mortgage fraud involves tricking a financial institution into lending money when it otherwise wouldn’t. Sometimes, it involves individuals attempting to buy houses they can’t afford.

If a lender ever asks you to fill out a mortgage application form, it’s very important that you be completely honest. Knowingly inflating your income, misrepresenting the amount or the source of your down payment, purchasing a rental property and then claiming it as owner-occupied, failing to disclose existing debts or even misstating your job position on an application can all constitute mortgage fraud. You can be held both financially and criminally liable.

For information on buying or selling a condo and the current condo market, contact me by email or call 416-322-8000.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018