Eileen Wylie

    Sales Representative
    Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR®)
    Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES®)
    Accredited Senior Agent (ASA)

    Bosley Real Estate Ltd.  
    P: 416-985-5358
    E: eileenjwylie@gmail.com

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    Latest Blog Posts

    • Market Update Week Ending September 16th

      Eileen Wylie 22 September 2016

      Ah September. Our favourite month. It’s not just the hot days and cool nights, or the pennant race or even the fact that pro football is back. For us, September means more listing and sales activity and after a traditionally slower August, it’s time to open the floodgates of new property inventory. It’s not a minute too soon either. August inventory levels were challenging at best.

    • Market Update Week Ending September 9th

      Eileen Wylie 16 September 2016

      Parents Unite. We made it through the first week of school. Granted it was a short week but still... And while our minds shift from lazy days at the cottage sipping frosty beverages by the dock to the daily grind of school drop offs, after school programs and homework, one thing is for sure...the real estate market never sleeps. Sure it ebbs and flows but it is alive and well in the 416.

    • Market Update Week Ending August 26th

      Eileen Wylie 06 September 2016

      Webster ’ s Dictionary has two definitions for the word “drought”. The first is a long period of time during which there is very little or no rain and the second is a prolonged or chronic shortage or lack of something expected or desired. Toronto, it seems suffers both. Not only has it been the driest summer in recent memory, we are also suffering through the longest list - ing drought on record. Maybe there is some good news on the horizon; It is bound to rain eventually and the fall market is closing in. The question is... will it be enough to quench our housing desires?

    • Market Update Week Ending August 19th

      Eileen Wylie 24 August 2016

      No question about it, if you like it dry, hot and sunny then this has been the best summer ever. If you’ve lost out on multiple offers and are frustrated with the low inventory of homes then this has been the worst summer. While the weather is likely to cool, we don’t expect inventory levels to pick up significantly in the near future.

    • Market Update Week Ending July 29th

      Eileen Wylie 11 August 2016

      Don't panic. For further clarification we are not talking about Toronto's hot real estate market, we are talking about summer holidays. Despite all the back to school ads that are starting to appear, there is still plenty of summer left. As for real estate, well, sales remain strong despite a continued decrease in listings and as we enter the home stretch of hot weather, we expect listings will get tighter until Labour Day.

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