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Pride Week in Toronto
April 17, 2012

Are you gay and proud? Its 2012 and society has changed so much, taboos that once were have turned into approval, especially in regards to the LGBT community. Church and Wellesley is an LGBT-oriented community located in Toronto that is central to... [ full article ]
 
Caribana Festival in Toronto
March 26, 2012

Ever been to the Caribbean islands? Did you fall in love with the relaxing landscapes? Have you seen the crystal clear waters, blue skies and felt the hot sand underneath your feet? Did you listen to the melodic music of the drums while sipping on... [ full article ]
 
Hockey Hall of Fame
March 24, 2012

Hockey fans from all over, furnished rentals in Toronto transport you closer to your true love! The Hockey Hall of Fame is a museum and hall of fame devoted to the history of ice hockey. It holds shrines on players, teams, National Hockey League (... [ full article ]
 
Toronto Jazz Festival
March 21, 2012

Jazz has evolved plenty since originated it the early 20th century. Today, there are 55 genres within the Jazz tradition, bebop to cubop, cool jazz to smooth jazz, Latin jazz, Gypsy jazz, and the list goes on. The blows on brass, plucks on string,... [ full article ]
 
Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)
March 20, 2012

Whether you’re a history buff, curator, or not, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). From dangerous looking dinosaur bones, to gleaming gemstones, galleries of all interests subsist here. The ROM is Canada’s l... [ full article ]
 
Canadian National Exhibition
March 18, 2012

The breeze at the top of the Ferris wheel, funnel cakes and ice cold lemonade reminds us of our childhood. How about making all of your friends’ line up and race to shoot water at the bulls-eye to win the prize? This is more than that; it’s the Ex... [ full article ]
 
CN Tower
March 16, 2012

Large cities are known by their landmarks, for example, Chicago: the John Hancock building, or the Willis Tower (formally known as the Sears Tower). Paris: the Eiffel Tower, London: Big Ben, New York: the Statue of Liberty, etc. When it comes to t... [ full article ]
 
Taste of the Danforth Festival
March 13, 2012

The Taste of the Danforth is Canada’s largest street festival attracting over 1.3 million every August. This annual 3 day weekend event commemorates all of Greece’s glory. Some visitors base their entire summer vacations around this festival. For ... [ full article ]
 
Buying a Toronto investment property in uncertain times
February 20, 2012

The other day, a client asked me whether now was a good time to buy a condo in downtown as an investment property for the purpose of renting it as a furnished apartment in Toronto.Specifically, this client was looking at a large loft around the Ki... [ full article ]
 
The Dreaded Toronto Real Estate Condo Bubble
February 19, 2012

If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me if I’m worried about a bubble in Toronto condo prices, I’d probably have enough to buy another investment condo. I wish the term “bubble” was never associated with unsustainable property value. Bub... [ full article ]
 
The mortgage question - Variable or Fixed?
August 31, 2010

If I had a nickel for every time this question has come up in discussion …. First, let’s discuss some mortgage mechanics and terminology (this will come in handy later). In essence, a mortgage is a loan secured by the property it finances. For ill... [ full article ]
 
Toronto Places To Visit
August 17, 2010

Toronto is one of the most diverse cities you will ever visit. Different ethnic neighbourhoods offer a variety of culinary samples from "back home": Little Italy This neighbourhood boasts Italian cafés and plenty of restaurants for those who enjoy... [ full article ]
 

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Pride Week in Toronto
April 17, 2012

Are you gay and proud? Its 2012 and society has changed so much, taboos that once were have turned into approval, especially in regards to the LGBT community. Church and Wellesley is an LGBT-oriented community located in Toronto that is central to... [ full article ]
 
Caribana Festival in Toronto
March 26, 2012

Ever been to the Caribbean islands? Did you fall in love with the relaxing landscapes? Have you seen the crystal clear waters, blue skies and felt the hot sand underneath your feet? Did you listen to the melodic music of the drums while sipping on... [ full article ]
 
Hockey Hall of Fame
March 24, 2012

Hockey fans from all over, furnished rentals in Toronto transport you closer to your true love! The Hockey Hall of Fame is a museum and hall of fame devoted to the history of ice hockey. It holds shrines on players, teams, National Hockey League (... [ full article ]
 
Toronto Jazz Festival
March 21, 2012

Jazz has evolved plenty since originated it the early 20th century. Today, there are 55 genres within the Jazz tradition, bebop to cubop, cool jazz to smooth jazz, Latin jazz, Gypsy jazz, and the list goes on. The blows on brass, plucks on string,... [ full article ]
 
Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)
March 20, 2012

Whether you’re a history buff, curator, or not, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). From dangerous looking dinosaur bones, to gleaming gemstones, galleries of all interests subsist here. The ROM is Canada’s l... [ full article ]
 
Canadian National Exhibition
March 18, 2012

The breeze at the top of the Ferris wheel, funnel cakes and ice cold lemonade reminds us of our childhood. How about making all of your friends’ line up and race to shoot water at the bulls-eye to win the prize? This is more than that; it’s the Ex... [ full article ]
 
CN Tower
March 16, 2012

Large cities are known by their landmarks, for example, Chicago: the John Hancock building, or the Willis Tower (formally known as the Sears Tower). Paris: the Eiffel Tower, London: Big Ben, New York: the Statue of Liberty, etc. When it comes to t... [ full article ]
 
Taste of the Danforth Festival
March 13, 2012

The Taste of the Danforth is Canada’s largest street festival attracting over 1.3 million every August. This annual 3 day weekend event commemorates all of Greece’s glory. Some visitors base their entire summer vacations around this festival. For ... [ full article ]
 
Buying a Toronto investment property in uncertain times
February 20, 2012

The other day, a client asked me whether now was a good time to buy a condo in downtown as an investment property for the purpose of renting it as a furnished apartment in Toronto.Specifically, this client was looking at a large loft around the Ki... [ full article ]
 
The Dreaded Toronto Real Estate Condo Bubble
February 19, 2012

If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me if I’m worried about a bubble in Toronto condo prices, I’d probably have enough to buy another investment condo. I wish the term “bubble” was never associated with unsustainable property value. Bub... [ full article ]
 
The mortgage question - Variable or Fixed?
August 31, 2010

If I had a nickel for every time this question has come up in discussion …. First, let’s discuss some mortgage mechanics and terminology (this will come in handy later). In essence, a mortgage is a loan secured by the property it finances. For ill... [ full article ]
 
Toronto Places To Visit
August 17, 2010

Toronto is one of the most diverse cities you will ever visit. Different ethnic neighbourhoods offer a variety of culinary samples from "back home": Little Italy This neighbourhood boasts Italian cafés and plenty of restaurants for those who enjoy... [ full article ]
 
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