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Seasons Greetings from the EXP Ossington Team!

It’s been a year of change for the whole globe, filled with numerous events we could have never predicted. The way we do almost everything is new and different; education, communication, work, virtual gatherings, supporting our communities, and more. Finally, as we wrap up 2020 there’s a glimmer of hope and a possible end to the pandemic on the horizon. This fills our team with JOY this Holiday Season, and we hope you’re also finding ways to be thankful and joyful - even if they also look a little different than anticipated. For those that are able, we encourage you to give back to those less fortunate in the spirit of giving this time of year. Be it to your local food bank or shelter, or donating things that cost you nothing; like time, or blood. From our family to yours, we hope you’re able to have a merry and bright holiday, whatever that may look like for you this year. Wishing you health and happiness, EXP Ossington Team.


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Toronto Real Estate has been escalating for a number of years, as we move into being one of the most cosmopolitan and sought-after cities to live in the world! We’ll be highlighting different areas in the agent’s own words, to give you an insight into our world.

Here, Real Estate Salesperson Saharla Yahya talks about one of 2020’s surprise booms - Durham Region:

Before Covid-19, Durham was the part of the city people chose just to have easy access to Toronto, and was in the average household income affordability range. Nowadays it’s become highly coveted, and would even be considered the hot-spot of the moment in the GTA. Year over year in the Durham area, generally one of the more affordable areas of the GTA, the average price of a single-family home was up 20% in 2020. On top of that, sales of detached houses jumped 30% across the GTA: 33.6% in the 905 areas and 19.3% in the city. Detached house prices, rose 15.2% to an average of $1.2 million in the GTA, and saw a 19.2% gain in the 905 communities surrounding the city and an 8.7% increase in the city of Toronto to an average of $1.48 million. Demand in the Durham housing market is currently outpacing supply, which has had an impact on average home prices across the region. Days on the market in 2021 are also anticipated to increase if inventory grows as expected. This can only mean that developers will see a need in the area and likely jump on new large housing developments as well as the intensification of populated areas. We can look forward to great local infrastructure changes to accommodate this growth, which will in-turn increase housing prices further. A great development story for Durham, and a great investment opportunity - that is, if you can find a house to get your hands on in the area!




114 Ossington Avenue, Unit 1

Little Portugal, Toronto


1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom

Rare opportunity to live on Ossington Avenue in new, large well-appointed unit on one of the coolest corners of the city! This is a beautiful one bedroom, one full bathroom apartment with a Juliette Balcony, and a custom kitchen. The famous Venezia Bakery’s recently built upper apartments with custom designed and built kitchens, stylish bathrooms, hardwood throughout, floor to ceiling windows and generous closets. Available for lease for only the 2nd time since completion in 2016.

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