Real Estate
 

January 22, 2020

 
 
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Conrad Black moving out of family estate as owner decides what to do with property
  Conrad Black moving out of family estate as owner decides what to do with property
 

Carolyn Ireland

Conrad Black is preparing to move from the palatial estate that his family once owned in Toronto’s exclusive Bridle Path enclave.

 
The former media baron says he and his wife, Barbara Amiel Black, have chosen a new residence in the Greater Toronto Area. The couple have been leasing 26 Park Lane Circle from Toronto businessman Harold Perry since Mr. Black sold the Georgian-style mansion on 6.6 acres of land to his long-time friend in 2016.

 
 
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Toronto homebuyer strategy: Move quick, bid strong
  Toronto homebuyer strategy: Move quick, bid strong
 

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Critics lament slow pace of Ontario home building warranty revamp
  Critics lament slow pace of Ontario home building warranty revamp
 

Shane Dingman

 
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The market
 
Canadian home prices rise 0.2 per cent in December
Canadian home prices rise 0.2 per cent in December
 

Fergal Smith

 
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Toronto real estate
 
A luxury market logjam
  A luxury market logjam
 

Carolyn Ireland

 
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Open house cancelled after bidding war erupts for Riverdale house in Toronto
Open house cancelled after bidding war erupts for Riverdale house in Toronto
 

Sydnia Yu

 
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Mortgages and rates
 
Pay down the mortgage, or set money aside for those inevitable homeowner emergencies?
Pay down the mortgage, or set money aside for those inevitable homeowner emergencies?
 

Rob Carrick

 
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