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    WHY CHOOSE BOSLEY?

    Bosley Real Estate Ltd. is a 100% family owned and operated Real Estate company that has been successfully assisting the buying and selling public since 1928.  It is a Canadian company, and the Bosley Family are actively involved in the day-to-day management.  Should you wish to talk to the owner of the company, you may actually do so!

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    WE MARKET YOUR PROPERTY TO THE WORLD

    When selling your home, you need global exposure in addition to the strong
    marketing expertise we deliver locally. As an affiliate of Leading Real Estate
    Companies of the World,® we have the resources to market your property to the
    highest possible number of potential buyers. With 120,000 talented associates
    around the world, we expose your property to buyers on six continents ensuring
    more eyes on your property. In addition, we receive inbound clients from other
    affiliates around the globe who are interested in purchasing a home.

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    Latest Blog Posts

    • Neighbourhood Numbers

      Matthew Watt 19 January 2015

      The neighbourhood numbers are in and 2014 was another record year for real estate. North Toronto leaded the way with an 11% incrase in total homes sold versus 2013, and an average price increase of 9%.

    • Market Update For The Week Ending January 9th

      Matthew Watt 15 January 2015

      After reviewing last week’s numbers we saw some very interesting trends. Sure new listings are down…way down, but so are sales. Now here’s the interesting thing; while there were 63 fewer new listings last week, there were only 36 fewer sales leading us to interpret that buyers are still out there but they are digging into the standing inventory more than ever before. The hottest sectors across the entire downtown core remain the first time buyers in the $400k to $700k range, where 46% are selling in multiple offers against an overall average of just 26%.

    • Market Update For The Week Ending December 12th

      Matthew Watt 16 December 2014

      After reviewing last week’s numbers we saw some very interesting trends. Sure new listings are down…way down, but so are sales. Now here’s the interesting thing; while there were 63 fewer new listings last week, there were only 36 fewer sales leading us to interpret that buyers are still out there but they are digging into the standing inventory more than ever before. The hottest sectors across the entire downtown core remain the first time buyers in the $400k to $700k range, where 46% are selling in multiple offers against an overall average of just 26%.

    • Market Update For The Week Ending November 28th, 2014

      Matthew Watt 02 December 2014

      Consider the freehold market segment. It's true that new listings dropped by 54% over the previous week, but sales are not backing off at the same pace. This week sales were only down 7% but sales at or above asking inched up marginally. It's interesting to note that sales across Downtown Toronto have remained consistent overall price points. Our research also shows that first time buyers will likely see more properties for sale in the east but will be involved in fewer multiple offers in the west, while in the Central core those same buyers will likely purchase homes at a higher percentage over the asking price.

    • Market Update For The Week Ending November 21st

      Matthew Watt 23 November 2014

      Things we are putting on our Christmas list….Warmer shoes, a better shovel and more listings. It comes as no surprise that on the eve of the holiday season Toronto got its first dusting of snow which not only signals the traditional listing slowdown, but throws us even harder into traffic chaos. Well, at least we aren’t in Buffalo. So what’s cooking in the freehold sector? Well, listings are down by 16% over the previous month and sales are down by as much as 67%. Our agents report that open house traffic has remained relatively strong over the last few weeks but its’ obvious that the snow really takes the wind out of buyer’s sails. “Days on market”, one of the key indicators of our market, have been getting longer but still over 45% of sales happened at or above the list price.