Google+ Real Estate by Fanny Lee & TheTeam :Own Homes. Grow Wealth. Pass It On.: October 2010

Thursday, 28 October 2010

My Pleasure

Today, by coincidence, happens to be the closing day of three recent home sales.


Naturally, the sight of  our "SOLD" signs gives me much pleasure and a pat on the back.  It is especially gratifying to receive some of these photos from my clients.  This means a lot to us.


The closing of a home sale represents the delivery of  our services and a job completed.  It is a good feeling understandably.  And yet, each home listing has its own story.  A family is moving to a more fitting neighbourhood to meet their children 's needs.  Meanwhile, another household 's upcoming (sometimes imminent) changes call for a relocation.  A property sale could well be the actualization of a family 's real estate investment.  Being a realtor,  facilitating and seeing these stories unfolded is tremendously satisfying.





Yes, pleased to see our "SOLD" signs waving in the air.  But there have been cases that I feel equally, if not more, fine that the sales has not come to fruition.  One instance, there was this client whose business going through a rough time amid a family tragedy.  She was to sell the home to fulfill the financial obligations.  Just before she needed decided on the presented offer, they managed to find ways to refinance.  Thus, she could keep business running without giving up the home.  Hope everything continues to go well for her.





I feel very fortunate to have your trust and opportunities, my dear clients.  It is my pleasure to be of help.




    

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Black vs Brown

Remember that stunning semi in Danforth, 500 Strathmore Blvd.?  Good News for those were tempted.  There is now a new and more attractive price.  Check it out.

To help marketing the property, TheTeam has been working on a brochure.  We came up with two(2) looks: one with black background and another with brown.  Like to have a simple survey. Appreciate your a minute or 2 of yours.  

Which one grabs more of your attention?
BLACK or BROWN?
























Please let us know your vote: BLACK or BROWN via facebooktwitter or email Fanny@FannyLee.ca.

Thanks a million, 













Thursday, 21 October 2010

New Condo Project - The Mercer, 8 Mercer St.

There have been a lot of buzz about TIFF Bell Lightbox and how it would rejuvenate King St. W.  Globe and Mail suggests that King St. would become the new Yorkville.  The location and the surrounding development appear to be convincing.
One of the developments is The Mercer Condominiums.  The project locates at the corner of Mercer St. and John St.  It is a street from King St. W.  That means it is steps away from TIFF Bell Lightbox (Festival Tower). And it is across the street from Metro Hall and Glenn Gould Studio.  A block south, it is the entertainment district, Metro Toronto Convention Centre and CN Tower.

Graywood Development organized a presentation for their release of new units (target completion in 2015).  I was fortunate to have the opportunity to attend at its pre-construction location.  First and foremost, I was sold about the location of The Mercer.

I am equally impressed (as far as this release goes) by The Mercer 's project design and marketing.  Other than snapshots of their well-put-together booklets, we have made some key data available to you.

A studio unit price starts from $ 227,900.  As you can see from the price list, The Mercer is about $ 600+ per square foot (PSF).  Given Festival Tower, King St. W & John St, costs approximately $ 800+ PSF, The Mercer holds quite a potential.

If you are keen to capture this investment opportunity, please get in touch with me asap to ensure you are in as well as entitled for time limited cashback incentives.




Friday, 15 October 2010

Live & Earn Handsomely at 70 East Beaver Creek Rd., #18

Are you planning to start or expand your business to the steadily growing York Region, a home to 1,032,606 (estimated as of Dec. 2009)?  If your products and services are targeting at Markham and Richmond Hill where about half a million people reside and about 30,000 businesses base; or you would like to position yourself, in Canada 's High-Tech Capital, among 800+ technology and life-sciences companies, 70 East Beaver Creek Rd. Unit #18 is now available for lease. It is an ideal location to launch your business.
This commercial unit is strategically located.  The East Beaver Creek Business Park is off from Lesile St (next to Highway 404) and between 16th Ave. and Highway 7.  It is where Markham and Richmond Hill meet, and most commercial, retail and social activities take place.  Plus, Highway 407 and Buttonville Airport are only a couple of minutes away and ready there for your business to take off.

The 70 East Beaver Creek Rd. Unit # 18 is professionally finished with 3 offices, 1 general area, a pantry, a bathroom, ceramic floor, high ceiling and a new roof-top HVAC unit. Given its presentable set up and ground floor convenience, it is suitable for office use as well as retail, showroom and professional services.


Details and showing arrangement are here.  Time to seize the opportunity. The opportunity for this rare quality rental space. The Opportunity to Build and Grow Your Business.

Live & Earn Handsomely 
70 East Beaver Creek Rd., Unit # 18., Richmond Hill