Bright, Sunny, South-Facing One + One with Walk-out to delightful patio area featuring a gas BBQ hook-up in Beautiful Brian Gluckstein-Designed Kilgour Estates II.
Approx.700 Sq.Ft.Of Luxurious Living! Includes Parking, Locker & Ensuite Laundry.
Enjoy 'Village Life' - Stroll To Wonderful Cafes, Restaurants & Shops Along Bayview. Ez Access To York U (Glendon Campus), Sunnybrook Hospital, Transit & Highway Options. Well-Managed Complex With Terrific Amenities In Verdant Enclave!
Appliances (Stainless Steel Stove, Built-In Dishwasher, Microwave/Rangehood, Panelled Fridge W/Icemaker, Washer & Dryer) BBQ Hookup On Terrace, Window Coverings Including California Shutters. Amenities Include Pool/Media Rm, Exercise Room, Etc.
Gisèle Cline, Broker
Re/Max Ultimate Realty Inc., Brokerage
at 416.487.5131. or via email email@example.com
November 2019 - Market Watch Report - Toronto R.E. Board
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Updated November 7th, 2019
Ontario Announces New Mandatory Lease Doc
Provincial Government Introduces New Standard Lease for Rentals
February 8, 2018 -- As part of Ontario's Fair Housing Plan and Rental Fairness Act, the provincial government is introducing a new standard lease that will be mandatory for private residential leases signed on or after April 30, 2018, including tenancies in single and semi-detached houses, apartment buildings, rented condominiums and secondary suites (such as basement apartments).
A copy of the new standard lease is available by clicking here. It is important to note that this standard lease form does not apply to most social and supportive housing, retirement and nursing homes, mobile home parks and land lease communities, or commercial properties. The government will develop separate standard leases to address these other types of residential tenancies.