roncesvalles house is among the best — and worst — on market
As one of the best, there is a suspicious difference.
The worst thing is
A house for sale now in Toronto.
It has a large area and Location: fivebedroom, three-
Independent House on the floor within a relaxing stroll looking-
Back village of lonesvares.
Real estate agent Chander Chaddah listed the house for $649,900 and set 4 p. m.
The deadline for Wednesday\'s offer was very frank and anyone thought they were tripped over in a big deal.
Chaddah warned on the MLS list: \"Please leave your child at home when you come to visit . \".
\"Not for the weakness of the heart.
\"The stove has been useless for several years.
The window is gone.
The roof needs to be replaced.
The wiring is Knob and tube.
However, hundreds of curious people
Many of them are eager to gain a foothold in the Toronto market.
Over the last few days I fought back their shock and climbed the third floor through the peeling man-made staircase
Wood Siding, soot
The kitchen and bathroom, painted with plastic, tape and nails, lost the battle on a leaking roof a long time ago. (
If not a good neighbor gets help from an elderly resident, and then before she and her daughter sell it, it can be worse to fill two huge refurbished bins with moldy stuff. )
The House needs to be renovated, and it will cost about $400,000 to remove the soot layer that was ejected from the kerosene heater, which is used to keep the winter warm. More stars.
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2 Realtors warn clients that the house could cost $750,000 to $800,000 with this in mind
Up neighbors sold for more than $1 million.
\"We may get a dozen offers here,\" Chaddah said . \"
Recently, a bidding war raised the price of a intersection triangle house to $210,000, more than $639,900.
\"There are two types of houses in this market that have the potential to scrape off the roof --the (Show Renoed)
Martha Stewart House and the other end of the spectrum, kitchen Avenue.
This is born. Everything is needed.
\"What makes such a house particularly unpredictable is that they will attract two competing buyers: how much\" end users \"are willing to spend to take root in the ideal community close to the core, contractors are looking for increasingly rare raw materials in the city and need dilapidated homes for rescuers.
\"For a while, you can go to a house like this every week,\" said Toronto realtor Chaddah . \" He has been there for nearly 30 years.
\"These houses are very few now.
Location, location, \"old real estate axiom\" \"location\" does not mean the past situation in the Toronto market, which has become a place to attract young professionals and families who want to ease the pressure on commuting.
\"Now we see that there is nothing bad about Toronto.
Only some places are more popular than others, \"east-
Desmond Brown, real estate agent
Designer Alex El
Asfahani and her contractor brother Oliver Wigington translate their passion for the property into a business model and an audience campaign through Facebook --
Old company of Modern Company
So far, they have purchased, renovated and sold two east-end homes —one on Ivy Ave.
Another one on Ashdale Avenue. —
And finish the third home on Logan Avenue.
This will be on the market in April.
\"We don\'t like to think we\'re flippers,\" El-Said. \"What we do is we change the house . \"
Asfahani believes that injecting life into neglected families will also bring new life to the whole community.
She admitted it was a risky strategy.
It made her realtor nervous: \"I\'m just looking for a house with a soul.
I think we are in a city where dream homes are eroding because there are fewer and fewer houses that can provide all of this (
What is considered? a great area.
But the decoration is not cost-effective, El-
Asfahani stressed that this is part of the reason why she and her brother posted many difficult ups and downs of their renos on Facebook.
They bought Ivy Avenue for over $600,000.
In the House on Greenwood and Gerrard StreetE.
Area, when you consider land transfer and other upfront costs.
Reconstruction from the inside out cost more than $265,000.
But it attracts so many interested buyers, many of whom have never been to the east --
Before it even shocked their realtor for the price$912,000 —
Records of the area.