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Toronto Real Estate Newsletter July 2017 0

Happy Summer! Not exactly that consistent heat wave June/July that we are all used to… but hey, the gardens and grass are certainly lush and full!

Super busy and looking for a specific condo? 0

Happy Client Kunal knew exactly what he wanted and that’s why he chose The Julie Kinnear Team!

The Big Debate: To Renovate Your House Or To Build A New One 0

What are the pros and cons of demolishing the existing house on the property in order to build new from scratch? Should you renovate instead?

In case you missed it – JKT June News 0

Cabbagetown Farmers’ Market, a Guide to urban garden sharing, part III of our Landlord Guide & Toronto Dyke March photo essay!

Starting a Business and Looking for a Live/Work Space in Toronto? 0

Adam and Erin found the perfect house for running a home-based day care. They enjoyed working with The Julie Kinnear Team and trusted them.

June 2017 Toronto Market Report: Decisions On Hold 0

Many households are interested in purchasing a home, but these would-be buyers are waiting to see the impact of the Ontario Fair Housing Plan.

Are you a first-time homebuyer looking for the perfect family house? 0

The process was pretty much a non-stressful event because we felt that Holly and The Julie Kinnear Team really knew what we were looking for.

JKT Spotlight: Anne Kinch 0

From Toronto to Ghana, Africa, Anne Kinch helps children improve their abilities and confidence in both mathematics and literacy.

July Krazy Kontest 0

Happy 150 Canada! This month’s winner can enjoy a $25.00 Baskin Robbins gift card. Good luck!

Real Estate Lessons in Movies

Real Estate Lessons in Movies: Step Brothers (2008)

Real Estate Lessons in Movies: Step Brothers (2008) 1

What did we learn about real estate in Step Brothers? A lot can go wrong when selling a home. Read the review and find out!

Real Estate Lessons in Movies: Too Big To Fail (2011) 1

Based on Andrew Ross Sorkin’s book of the same name, “Too Big To Fail” follows the efforts of Paulson and his cohorts to stave off economic disaster through the summer and fall of 2008.

Real Estate Lessons in Movies: The Amityville Horror (1979) 2

There may be no movie more suitable for Real Estate Lessons than Amityville Horror.

Real Estate Lessons in Movies: Neighbors (2014) 0

The most important and realistic lesson to take from this film is to ultimately treat others how you would like to be treated.

Real Estate Lessons in Movies: The Big Short (2015) 5

Adam McKay manages to take a difficult concept in The Big Short and boil it down into language that is easy to understand and follow.

Real Estate Lessons in Movies: The Burbs (1989) 4

The ‘Burbs certainly withstands the test of time with its various characters, most of which the audience can relate to in some degree.

Real Estate Lessons in Movies: The War of the Roses (1989) 3

Despite the impressive cast (Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner) of this movie, the House takes centre stage, and everything that happens during this film is in relation to that House, that piece of Real Estate.

Real Estate Lessons in Movies: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) 3

Quite a few useful real-estate tips flow fairly naturally from The Force Awakens. What is galactic conquest if not a large-scale land ownership dispute?

Movies Shot in Toronto: Total Recall (2012) 0

The new Total Recall might be called a total waste of time by some, but it was shot on in University of Toronto, so we took a closer look.

Real Estate Lessons in Movies: Lethal Weapon 3 (1992) 0

The 3rd installment in Richard Donner’s 1992 buddy cop dramedy gets right back to the signature antics with some real estate lessons as a bonus.