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If you have your mind set on a home in Toronto’s west end, but aren’t sure what neighbourhood to start looking in then try checking out www.viewtorontohomes.com

This website not only lists homes for sale, but often posts video profiles on different communities in the city. This could help you narrow down your search. 

West end homes are also posted on the popular site Kijiji. Just log onto www.kijiji.ca and look for the Toronto real estate section.

There are real estate agents that specialize in specific areas in the west end. For example, some agents will focus on selling homes in Bloor West Village so you might want to reach out to one of these agents. 

You can get in touch with the Toronto Real Estate Board to find a suitable real estate representative to help you find the perfect home.

Finding a Condo

When you are hunting for a condominium in the west end of Toronto you have plenty of options. There are some well known, well established condominium communities, and there are many buildings that have recently been constructed. 

The demand for condos throughout Toronto, including in the west end has been high in recent years. For a look at some of the condos up for sale in the western sections of the city you can log onto www.condoteam.info

If you are interested in checking out new and upcoming developments visit Toronto’s condo directory at www.condobuilders.com. The site includes helpful tips on buying a new unit.

Rentals

There are a lot of rental properties in west Toronto so when purchasing is not an option you don’t have to worry. You will also find that in many cases the apartment complex you plan to move into is close to public transit. 

The majority of commuters in the west end use the Bloor/Danforth Subway Line. They also frequently rely on the Dundas West station which provides connections to buses, streetcars and Go trains. Public transit is particularly important to students who are renting apartments or a room in the area. 

Students, who attend the University of Toronto, Ryerson and George Brown College, often rent places in the west end. Here are a few websites you might find helpful if you plan on renting:

  • www.myhood.ca
  • www.gottarent.com
  • toronto.kijiji.ca

Hot Listings

Properties for sale or rent in the western section of the city of Toronto are considered “hot listings”. This area of Toronto is sought after because of its diversity, its great shopping opportunities, community activities, and let’s not forget its food. 

The west end is home to some of the most flavourful restaurants in the city. If you like eating out and are living in the west end, you can find Ukrainian, Polish, Italian, Hungarian, Chinese, Japanese, and many other types of restaurants, steps from your front door.

Notoriety 

Toronto’s west end is well known for High Park; the cities answer to New York’s Central Park. It offers hiking trails and sports, picnic areas and waterfront, a zoo, playground and dog park. 

For more information on how you can enjoy High Park when you move to the west end visit www.highparktoronto.com.

If you are interested in learning more about some of the neighbourhoods that make up the vibrant west end, here are a few suggestions:

  • www.parkdalevillagebia.com
  • www.thejunctionbia.com
  • www.bloorwestvillage.com

Your search for real estate in the west end will give you a good sense of the varied cultures and lifestyles that make up this thriving city. You will soon discover that anyone can fit in here.

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