Market Insights - Bosley Real Estate Ltd. Brokerage - Homes and houses for sale in Toronto including Cabbagetown, The Annex, Danforth Village, Lawrence Park and Riverdale

MARKET UPDATE FOR THE WEEK ENDING MAY 22ND, 2015

27 May 2015
Bosley Real Estate

New freehold listings are up by 15.8% over two weeks ago. When you factor in some lower numbers due to the long weekend, it appears that listings have been increasing relatively steadily for the past two months.


MARKET UPDATE FOR THE WEEK ENDING MAY 15Th , 2015

20 May 2015
Bosley Real Estate

New freehold listings backed off a substantial 31.7% this week (representing over 100 fewer homes on the market). Clearly, people were thinking more about enjoying a cold beverage by the lake than getting their houses ready to sell. While listings were down, sales were up (by 5%) which in turn created nothing short of a mini buying frenzy.


Looking at a property without a parking spot? It might not be a problem

19 May 2015
Bosley Real Estate

There was a time when having a car made life a lot easier. “If you lived downtown 20 or 30 years ago, there were no grocery stores or other amenities,” says Bosley real estate agent David Coffey. But today? “You don’t really need a car.”


April 2015 Infographic

13 May 2015
Bosley Real Estate

We all know that Toronto’s home market is hot, but in our mind the condominium sector just might be hotter. Consider the following; over the last six months or so, the number of condos selling at or above the asking price has been slowly increasing.


Toronto’s Natural Wonders. The Cherry Blossoms of High Park

07 May 2015
Bosley Real Estate

Blink and you’ll miss them — well, not quite, but if you wait too long to take in the cherry blossoms budding and blooming right now in Toronto’s High Park you might be disappointed.


MARKET UPDATE FOR THE WEEK ENDING MAY 1ST, 2015

06 May 2015
Bosley Real Estate

The condo market is…well, pretty much the same as i t was last week. We don’t get to say that very often. While listings are up about 9% from a week earlier, they are still off the peak of 786 units just a few weeks ago.