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Khatera Osman
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FOR LEASE:
1876 Liatris Drive, Pickering
$1,950.00

3 Bedroom / 3 Bathroom

Welcome To This Gorgeous 6 Year old End Unit 2-Storey Town Home In a quiet family neighborhood of Brock Rd / Taunton Rd Area in Pickering!

This gorgeous property has 3 Bedroom / 3 Bathroom. An open Concept Kitchen, Living & Dining Room. Master Bedroom Features A Spa Like 4 Piece Ensuite And Walk In Closet. Unspoiled Basement.
Lovely Private Backyard, No Neighbors Behind. Over 1600 Square Feet.

*Mins To 407, 401 & Go Train*

Extras, Fridge, Stove, Built-In Dishwasher & Microwave Range Hood. All Existing Light Fixtures. All Existing Window Coverings.

Contact Khatera Realty Group at 905 240 6777 or www.khatera.ca

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Multiple offers now common in Toronto condo rental market:

The market for condominium apartments is the most blazing hot segment of Toronto's ever-more-expensive rental market and real estate agents say that extra financial inducements for landlords are increasingly becoming a necessary part of closing deals on the most in-demand properties.

"It all comes back to lack of [rental] supply. There's no silver bullet, it took us 30 years to create this problem, it will take 15 years to solve it," says Derek Lobo, CEO of SVN Canada Inc., a commercial real estate advisory firm and proponent of building new rental buildings in Toronto. "As a Canadian, as a Torontonion, I am not proud of what goes on in the condo rental market. A shortage of supply creates in essence a black market … it's like scalping tickets for a concert.

(By The Globe and Mail, SHANE DINGMAN)

#MakeABrilliantMove #KhateraRealtyGroup #TeamKhatera #RealEstateBroker #MillionDollarListing #entrepreneur #womenempowering #Luxurylistings #Luxuryhomes #FarmLand #VacantLand #Landbanking #development #landvalue #luxurylifestyle #khaterarealtygroupteam #durhamrealestate #dedicatedrealtor #remaximpactrealtor #luxuryhomes #landandcommercial #durhamregionhomes
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For Sale:
2760 Taunton Road, Clarington
$1,100,000.00
+ 50 Acres of land

For further detailed information, please contact Khatera Realty Group at 905-240-6777 or visit www.khatera.ca
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For Sale:
6692 Highway 35/115, Clarington
$1,999,888.00
+ 85 Acres of land

For further detailed information, please contact Khatera Realty Group at 905-240-6777 or visit www.khatera.ca
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For Sale:
2910 Carter Lane, Port Perry
$6,900,000.00
+ 420 Acres of land

For further detailed information, please contact Khatera Realty Group at 905-240-6777 or visit www.khatera.ca
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Just Listed:
3111 Sheppard Avenue, Toronto
$419,000.00

For detailed information, please contact Khatera Realty Group at 905-240-6777 or visit www.khatera.ca
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Happy Monday Everyone!

Here is something that will start you off to a great week:

'Your greatest source is your time'- Brian Tracy

Oh by the way, I am never too busy for your referrals.
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Toronto Real Estate Board Blames Government For 18% Drop In Sales

Detached home prices in Toronto are lower than they were a year ago.

Key points:
Toronto's real estate board is laying the blame at the provincial government's feet for a "volatile" year that saw sales drop more than 18 per cent, while prices for detached homes turned negative.

"Research from TREB, the provincial government and Statistics Canada showed that foreign home buying was not a major driver of sales in the GTA. However, the Ontario Fair Housing Plan, which included a foreign buyer tax, had a marked psychological impact on the marketplace."

(By Daniel Tencer, HuffPost)
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