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The home is being sold with "no warranties whatsoever."
Real estate agent Matthew Pringle said the owners are just putting the $1 price out there to see what kind of potential it has.
For comparison, the property was sold for $750,000 in 2005.
“Location, location, location” is the mantra of the real estate industry and a recent home sale in Toronto is living proof
If you’re looking to squeeze into Toronto’s detached-home market for under $1 million, you can still pull it off, but you
No, Toronto hasn’t seen its first $100-million home listed on the market. But anyone checking the listings for the Toronto
Stories of bidding frenzies and houses selling hundreds of thousands above asking price have become legendary in recent years