All Things Will Pass!

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All Things Will Pass! Franklin Delano Roosevelt once said “the only thing we have to fear is fear itsself” (Roosevelt, 1933, First Inaugural Address of Franklin D. Roosevelt). Sir Wilfred Laurier emphasized in a speech at Toronto’s Massey Hall that the 20th century would belong to Canada (Wilson-Smith, 2016). Speaking from personal opinion, it would […]

Where Does the Housing Market Go from Here?

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The proverb that statistics don’t necessarily lie is true.  However, whether they shed light on the near future remains debatable. Attached are several informative graphs provided by the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), which despite lower # of sales, highlights the chronic shortage of listings, thus resulting in an escalating price trend line. The million […]

Reaching for the Top!

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Accurate Appraisals  has the distinct honour of announcing that a well-deserved distinction has been accorded to Nick Jurich C.R.A., P. App & Ricky Bhatia C.R.A, P. App, R.E. Broker, by the Appraisal Institute of Canada, as both members of the Accurate team have been awarded their full designation. Fewer than 4,000 real-estate professionals in all of Canada, out […]

Slow Street Methodology!

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Go Safe, Move Safe, Leave Safe, Home Safe Often raised in conversation is the trivial question, “why do people who live downtown Toronto choose to commute by car?” Yes, there are various alternative means of transportation, including the public system, but public transportation simply isn’t for everyone. So what is another efficient way to travel […]