The four-bedroom row house at 642 Wellington St. W hit the market in November and sold in 9 days for $250,100 over asking price. Here is the article posted in the Globe and Mail.
TorontoStoreys.com asked Richard what he wants for Christmas this year... it was more about what he doesn't want though.
Jim was recently interviewed by Jill Mahoney from Globe and Mail about the effects of Foreign Buyer's Tax on Toronto.
Torontoism and Richard were featured both as notable video to watch and as one of the winners in their category.
Tracy Hanes of The Epoch Times interviewed Richard about the luxury housing market in Toronto. Read the article below.
Earlier this year, Richard presented at a Chicago Association of REALTORS event discussing Investment in Canada.
Bonaire Villa. A spectacular unique private Toronto Landmark.
Being successful in real estate: What does it take?
Richard interviewed by Jere Metcalf on achieving success in business, the lessons he learned about real estate and selling to foreign buyers.
Richard was featured in the 95 episode of Bill Risser's The Real Estate Sessions podcast.
PropertySpark.com have put together a list of 20 Toronto Real Estate Agents On Social Media and Richard Silver was named number 2.
Richard Silver speaking about real estate career, government regulations, and what prevents Toronto from becoming a world-class city.
Due to a lack of supply in Toronto, people were driven further out of the city to explore neighbourhoods they wouldn’t normally consider.
By buying office condos you build equity, not just in your business, but in your real estate holdings in your business.
"Stop searching for the perfect house and buy the imperfect house. Buy under what you can afford and add value."
“Typically, units at this price range will take longer to sell – anywhere from six to eight weeks – but this unit got a lot of attentional internationally,” agent Rizwan Malik says.
The Toronto luxury real estate market is booming.
[The sale] is the highest price recorded for the building for any unit type and it's not even the largest unit.
“Toronto is known as the most multilingual and multicultural city [in Canada],” said Jim Burtnick, of the Torontoism team of Sotheby’s International Realty. “There are six Chinatowns and everybody and anybody coming here will feel pretty absorbed into the community.”
Toronto has a lack of inventory, and there’s only so much space for new developments.