In the Blink of an Eye…

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In the Blink of an Eye… It is truly unbelievable how quickly time flies, and it is truly exceptional the extent of hard work and dedication required for a business to flourish for two decades, especially in an under-recognized and competitive industry. Another year has come and past, and now Accurate (Peel) Appraisals Inc., and […]

Leading by Example!

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These 2 intrepid appraisers have completed > 8,000 appraisals in just the last decade;   many of them requiring a skill set most-indicative of their advanced pedagogical studies & 1/2 dozen years of post-university candidacy. Marcus (left) and Pritesh (right) are indeed the trailblazers for 6 of their fully engaged colleagues, all of whom are within a […]

Toronto Home Prices Rise in October as Listings Plunge 18.8%

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What explains this new frothiness in the G.T.A real estate market? Is it as simple as diminished supply versus an insatiable demand? Can it be attributed to purchasers becoming acclimatized to the federal government’s 2017 stress test? The 15% drop in value of Terra Firma properties through 2107/18. Some semi suburban pockets experienced greater percentage […]

Baby Boomers Fixing the Deficit!

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Most Baby Boomers would agree that controlling the spiraling cost of health care is a point of mounting fiscal concern. Many ask what can we do to make things better? First let us acknowledge that Ontario’s debt is now $312,000,000,000, the largest in Canada. Regrettably, the province adds another $12 to $15 billion annually.  Pointedly, […]

Brampton, The City of Falling Petals….

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The city once called “The Flower Town of Canada”, a title based on a vast acreage mostly covered by large number of greenhouses (which began with Edward Dale in 1863) and reaching a production of over 20 million blooms. Brampton, unfortunately, has, throughout the years, lost the designation… today; still commonly known as “Flower City” […]