With the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we are working to ensure the health and safety of the public and our team members in accordance with all public safety guidelines. Most of our team members are working remotely for the time being and can be contacted by calling 416-222-1212.
We are limiting all in-person client meetings until further notice, ideally replacing them with either telephone or video conferencing. These steps are consistent with the suggested approaches to “social distancing” that will help slow the possible spread of the virus.
A Toronto Real Estate, family team in business for over 40 years. We have a state of the art office at Yonge and HWY 401 in North York and a passion for achieving our client’s goals.
We are all thrilled with the results of our purchase. I could not have asked for a better person than Jeff to stick handle the situation. Everyone, including support staff was really knowledgeable and efficient. You inspired confidence and we felt we were in good hands every step of the way. You have a wonderful business!
The Oulahen team was professional and helpful from the first day I called them. They managed to complete the sale, including payment, in less than a month while getting me the best price per square foot ever for my building. I highly recommend them to anyone who is buying or selling a property.
There are many reasons to get a home inspection and the only reason not is to save time and money. If you account for how much you’re spending on the home, the cost of an inspection is minimal. These reasons should help you understand why an inspection is worthwhile. Better Understanding of What You’re Buying It’s rare that every single attribute of a home is completely updated or new. Even a well-maintained home might have a furnace that’s approaching the end of its lifespan. A good home inspector can give you a comprehensive report of each attribute in a home. Reduce and Avoid Surprises We don’t believe in the idea of a “failed home inspection.” We do believe that every […]
What Is Title Insurance?Written by: Lorne Shuman When I meet with my clients to sign the documents for the purchase closing, I am often asked, “What is title insurance and why do I need it?”. This column will discuss title insurance and its benefits for homebuyers. Title insurance is an insurance policy that protects your title or ownership to the property. Unlike other forms of insurance, title insurance is a one-time premium that is paid by the purchaser on closing. The policy lasts as long as the property is owned. Title insurance is standard in residential transactions. It provides coverage to protect your largest investment for a modest one-time premium which is based on the purchase price of the property. […]
Fences are a great way to create privacy between you and your neighbours. Here are some City of Toronto regulations for the construction and placement of fences. Height Requirements In most cases, the fence height restriction is 2m (6.5 ft) around the property, unless the fence is on your front yard property line (1.2 m), except by exemption permit. The same regulations apply to uncovered decks, with the height being no more than 2m from the deck floor. Height requirements for fences are outlined in the Municipal Code, Chapter 447, Table 1 Materials Some of the most common materials used for fencing include wood, chain link and wrought-iron. Shrubs and hedges can also be considered as fencing. Barbed/chicken wire, sheet metal […]