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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.

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Client Testimonials

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!

Kathy C

Kathy C

Buyer

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.

Sam M

Sam M

Seller

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Recent Blogs

Red Flags When Purchasing a Home

The home buying process can be very exciting for new buyers. When purchasing a home, it is crucial to look for patent and latent defects within or around the property. Some common red flags to look out for are:  Buried Oil Tanks Before municipalities used natural gas or furnaces, underground oil tanks were fairly common between the 1930s and 1980s. Ontario now requires homeowners to have any unused underground oil storage tank removed by a certified TSSA licensed individual. Environmental issues could arise if an underground oil tank ruptures. If a rupture occurs it could cause contamination to the surrounding ecosystem. This can end up costing tens of thousands of dollars if remediation is required according to Canadian Home Inspector […]

How to Boost your Curb Appeal for a Fall/Winter House Sale

As the seasons change, so does the need to freshly update the exteriors of our homes, especially when putting them on the market. You’ll want to ensure that you are properly showing potential buyers all that your home has to offer. Oulahen Team Realty has some very valuable information listed below for you about how to boost your curb appeal for the fall and winter seasons!  Update House Numbers House numbers can sometimes be overlooked, figuratively and objectively but it is important potential buyers are able to find your home easily and without hassle. Find a house number style that works for you, there are many unique ways and places to display your house number, use your best judgement and […]

Repairs That Should and Should Not Stall Your House Hunting

You have found the perfect home only to find that there are some issues with it. While it’s important to have a thorough home inspection and consider the price of repairs before purchasing a property, some problems should not prevent you from starting the next chapter of your life in your dream home. Oulahen Team Realty has listed some helpful information and resources to think about as you navigate home repair problems while house hunting. Red Flags Not all problems should deter you from buying a home. However, if there are too many issues, or even one issue that comes at a high price, you might want to reconsider the home. When purchasing a property “as-is,” be conscious of any […]

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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. We are limiting in-person client meetings, 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.