Does large lots, mature trees, quiet family homes, ample parks, trails and green space, & top school sound good to you? You might be surprised that you can find all of the in Meadowvale. Find out which areas of Meadowvale are becoming high-demand.
The majority of south Erin Mills is a wonderful area to raise a family, This older area boasts an excellent location, parks, paths, mature trees and large variety of semi and detached homes. If you don't mind an older home, this planned community has a lot to offer.
Mineola is one of Mississauga’s most exclusive postal codes; many people don't even know it's there. It is a favourite area for investors looking to build custom homes because of the neighbourhood’s vicinity to Port Credit and the luxury appeal.
Lakeview is an up and coming popular destination for people who like close access to lake Ontario and downtown Toronto. Lakeview is undergoing a waterfront development plan that will continue to drive interest to this village within the city.
In the late 1800′s, Lorne Park used to be the “Hampton’s” for Toronto’s upper class. As it came into the fold of Mississauga, it did not lose it’s High End Appeal. Drive through the area and it’s easy to see why; quiet streets, mature trees, character homes….quiet, elegant living.
Those who love Clarkson, love it a lot. With its relatively affordable homes & it’s own downtown in revival, there is an appeal for those who want an urban lifestyle. However, there are less desirable areas & the schools are not top ranking. Great for some but not for all, Clarkson is a village to watch in the future.
Look past Dundas and Hurontario and you will find some charming family areas that command a good dollar. Nestled along the west end of the Queensway, you will find Huron Park and Gordon woods, a mix of large 30 year old family homes as well as many pockets of custom built homes.
Streetsville Village has a history of almost 200 years, and includes the original historic areas as well as suburban developments spanning the last 70 years. Streetsville has a beautiful and vibrant downtown core along Queen Street, with plenty of charm, community and activities.
This area was designed with curb appeal in mind; large brick homes, a variety of architecture, and good frontages. There are many parks, paths and schools integrated into the design of Central Erin Mills, the ultimate suburban neighbourhood.
Sheridan consists of Sheridan Homelands, Sherwood Forest and the exclusive Mississauga Road corridor. Built from the 1960's to 1980's, there are modest family homes, impressive executive homes, and stately mansions that boast of ostentation.
Buyers of today are very sophisticated. It’s much more than having a roof over your head, its about the education your children will receive, the access to parks & recreation, proximity to culture & community, as well as who your neighbours are and the curb appeal & quality of your neighbourhood. The priority list goes far beyond a 3 bed, 3 bath house.
Enter The Village Guru:. I employ a proven buying system to really understand both what you want and how you want to live. I will help you filter your choices & give you options you might not have known about. All of my work is based on your needs and goals, because tailoring an experience around you is what the Village Guru is all about. Because it’s not just about a house, it’s about your lifestyle.
Jamie Sarner is a Toronto Real Estate agent who runs a solid business and has a top notch website himself. He's proven himself to be knowledgable, skilled and is definitely a Toronto expert. It may sound odd that a real estate agent would take the time to rank other real estate agent's websites, but he knows this does nothing but boost his credibility, and showcase his ability to research. This year I hit #16 for Canada, I'll have my sights set for Top 10 in 2017.[...]
If your home buying budget is less than $500k, i am sure you are feeling frustrated. Many recent articles are advocating for you to start anew out in Hamilton or beyond. But what if you have a job you love right here? Or family support is just 10 minutes away? What if you WANT to stay in the GTA but you don't think you can buy anything here? This article is for you.[...]
This is a story about how my birthday breakfast became a lesson for my business and all businesses in general. Culture is a vague, all-encompassing term that's easy to ignore on a daily basis. But is it the most important activity for any leader or manager. Culture is always quietly & actively impacting the company, for better or for worse. It’s whether management is steering this activity in a good way, or if it’s damaging by default.[...]
In this case study, we examine the steps we took in staging a new home, which is quite different than an older home. Since we didn't have damaged walls, dated cabinets, broken trimwork or leaky toilets, we were able to focus 100% of our efforts on the cosmetics, and it is really too much fun.[...]
I am very honoured to attain the #3 spot on PropertySpark's list of Top 10 Real Estate Blogs to Follow in Canada. I am dedicated to sharing my experiences with the public, in the hopes of educating, empowering and hopefully, at least sometimes, entertain as well.[...]
In this case study, we examine the steps we took to transform a well-worn kitchen on a very tight budget. Learn the classic techniques we use to make a space feel fresh and contemporary, while keep costs in check.[...]
[VIDEO] Have you ever been to a fancy restaurant, had a fancy meal and thought to yourself, 'This is the best meal I ever had!'? If you did you aren’t alone. In fact, you went to a restaurant that knows what they are doing by creating the perfect atmosphere. Shouldn't this same approach be followed when selling a home?[...]
While sitting through 3 parent teacher interviews in the span of 1 hour, I couldn't help but notice the process that every teacher uses to evaluate strengths, weaknesses and set a plan of action. This is very similar to how I operate in my business to ensure each client gets consistent services and opportunity.[...]