East York Modern Bungalow The Final Reveal – Episode #192

A job well done between Ahren Cadieux and his wife Emily Miller. The architect involved was Will Hudson. All three collaborated and created a masterpiece that once again set a new record in East York!

Congratulations guys!

Here are links to the videos associated with this project:

Episode #191 – East York Bungalow During Modern Renovation

Episode #190 – East York Bungalow Before Modern Renovation

For more information about this project, the design of it, and if you are interested in getting involved in a similar project feel free to contact Andrei Angelkovski directly 416-885-2010.

East York Bungalow During Modern Transformation – Episode #191

In continuing with the modern build, Ahren Cadieux is undergoing some major changes to this bungalow to generate 8 foot basement ceiling height through underpinning.

There are many major features Ahren is adding to this home that adds tremendous value in a home.

This is definitely a smart and effective renovation project.

Here are links to the videos associated with this project:

Episode #190 – East York Bungalow Before Modern Renovation

Episode #192 – East York Modern Bungalow The Final Reveal

For more information about this project, the design of it, and if you are interested in getting involved in a similar project feel free to contact Andrei Angelkovski directly 416-885-2010.

East York Bungalow Before Modern Transformation – Episode #190

Another East York Bungalow ready for a complete transformation! However, this time we are converting it into a modern style bungalow.

Owners Ahren Cadieux and Emily Miller both have a design back ground. In collaboration with their architect Will Hudson, their plan is to build this modern masterpiece and and provide a gorgeous new home to a deserving young couple.

Can they set a new record for the highest sold bungalow of this size in East York?

Lets see what happens…

Here are links to the videos associated with this project:

Episode #191 – East York Bungalow During Modern Renovation

Episode #192 – East York Modern Bungalow The Final Reveal

For more information about this project, the design of it, and if you are interested in getting involved in a similar project feel free to contact Andrei Angelkovski directly 416-885-2010.

Beach Investing 4 Years Later – Episode #189

It’s been four years since I started this blog and it’s been going great! The feedback and support has been tremendous…THANK YOU!!! I truly enjoy sharing all these experiences with you and I feel that these videos are getting more educational every episode.

In this blog I share with you statistics of what would have happened if you purchased a house four years ago and I also share my personal experience with regards to how 2014 compared to 2013 for investors in the Toronto Beaches.

SO….if you would have purchased a house four years ago (when I first started this blog)…this is what would have happened – Sourced from The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB):
Average House Price Comparison
Toronto
2010: $431,000
2011: $465,000
2012: $497,000
2013: $523,000
2014: $567,000
% Increase Over Last 4 years: 32%
Last Year: 8.4%

Leslieville/Riverdale
2010: $485,000
2011: $545,000
2012: $573,000
2013: $599,000
2014: $663,000
% Increase Over Last 4 years: 37%
Last Year: 10.7%

The Beach/Danforth
2010: $611,000
2011: $618,000
2012: $665,000
2013: $715,000
2014: $751,000
% Increase Over Last 4 years: 23%
Last Year: 5%

East York
2010: $409,000
2011: $482,000
2012: $532,000
2013: $555,000
2014: $634,000
% Increase Over Last 4 years: 55%
Last Year: 14.23%