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RE/MAX West Realty Inc., Brokerage Independently owned and operated
148 King Road
Richmond Hill, Ontario   L4E2T4

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  • Updates on Canada's New Mortgage Rules!

    With the new mortgage rules taking effect on January 1st, 2018. Here are some insights on what to expect: 

    Home buyers with a down payment of 20% or more will be tested to ensure that they can afford their mortgage payments if interest rates increase. The stress test will be using either the Bank of Canada's 5-year benchmark rate or the customers mortgage interest rate plus 2%- Whichever is HIGHER. 

    Here's a basic overview of the process: 

    DO YOU HAVE A DOWN PAYMENT OF 20% OR MORE? 

    If NO, Buyers with down payments of less than 20% are subject to the current rules, meaning their finanacial institution will assess their ability to pay back their mortgage at the Bank of Canada's five year fixed rate. 

    IF  YES: 

    ARE YOU PRE-APPROVED FOR YOUR MORTGAGE?

    IF NO--> As of January 1, 2018, anyone who gets their mortgage from a federally regulated lender will be subject to the new rules. 

    IF YES--> Regardless of when your home closes, if you receive your mortgage pre-approval before January 1, 2018 and you purchase your home before your pre-approval expires, you are not affected by the new rules! 

    ARE YOU RENEWING YOUR MORTGAGE?

    IF NO, get advice from your mortgage specialist about information and the new rules that are being applied. It's good to be constantly informed even if you are not planning on securing or renewing a mortgage at this point of time 

    IF YES, 

    ARE YOU STAYING WITH YOUR CURRENT LENDER? 

    IF NO--> If you're renewing your mortgage and decide on to move to a new lender, you'll be treated as a new borrower and will have to qualify at the higher stress test rate.

    IF YES--> If you're renewing your mortgage and decide to stay with your current lender, you will not be subject to the new stress test. 

     

    Now, whether you are buying a new home or renewing your mortgage, be sure to speak with a mortgage advisor who can help you with your questions and decision choices! 

    Have Questions regarding Real Estate? The Iris and Evelyn team are here to help! With their countless years of buying and selling Real Estate Properties, their experience and knowledge can help you make the right choice!

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  • Tis The Season...to Go To The Toronto Christmas Market!

    The Toronto Christmas market takes over the Distillery District for the 8th consecutive year! Bring your family, friends and significant other to this land of holiday magic and Romance! This event has become one of the city's favourite holiday traditions. It has been ranked one of the world's best christmas markets by Fodor's Travel, USA Today, Mashable and more! 

    Enjoy the sparkling christmas light canopies, traditional music, carols and dance performances! You can also take delight in family friendly activities like santa's house, a ferris wheel, carousal and life sized gingerbread houses! If you're a foodie, you can taste the traditional European street-style food as well as the yummy Canadian holiday treats. For the cold days, you can indulge on warm drinks including the warm brews in the beer gardens!

    This years Toronto Christmas Market offers Christmas inspired activities for the whole family to enjoy! With one of the city's largest Christmas trees, lighting and decor, you are guranteed to have a holly jolly festive evening! 

    This year's Toronto Christmas market will be running until December 23rd, 2017

    TORONTO CHRISTMAS MARKET HOURS OF OPERATION: 

    Tuesday to Thursday: 12pm-9pm

    Friday: 12pm-10pm

    Saturday: 10am-10pm

    Sunday : 10am-9pm

    TORONTO CHRISTMAS MARKET ADMISSIONS: 

    Tuesday to Thursday: Free

    Friday before 5pm: Free

    Friday (after 5pm), Saturday and Sunday: $6

    Express Passes: $20

    Children 2 and Under: Free

     

    Have Questions regarding Real Estate? The Iris and Evelyn team are here to help! With their countless years of buying and selling Real Estate Properties, their experience and knowledge can help you make the right choice!

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  • Tips to entice Prospective Buyers to Buy your Home in Record Time!

    "I want to have my property sit on the market with no offer" said no seller EVER! The last thing a seller wants is for your home to sit on the market for months without any viable offers! Below are six shortcuts you can take to make selling your house easier and faster. The best part is that none of these tips will break the bank! 

    1. STAGING 

    Staging your home usually pays off. On average, staged homes sell 88% faster and for 20% more than unstaged homes. However, staging can be quite costly. If you're on a budget, there's a cheaper alternative. Vistual staging is a service where tech-savy professionals take photos of empty rooms and then use photo-editiing software to add couches, tables and other furnishings. These photos can make your online listing more appealing to home buyers! 

    2. CURB APPEAL 

    There's no doubt that home buyers form their first impression when they pull up to your house. How your home looks from the outside can boost your property's sales value up to 17%! Now I know what you're thinking, Professional landscaping can cost a lot of money! Luckily, there are options where you can opt for a less-intensive standard lawn care treatment which is not pricey. However, in return, you can yield a whopping 303% return according to the National Association of Realtors. Another option is to get out there, roll up your sleeves and tend to the front yard with your two hands! 

    3. MARKETING 

    Snail mail marketing can cost a lot of money. If saving is a priority for you, an alternative to use is social media marketing- promoting your listing on facebook, twitter, and instagram. To increase your visibility on these platforms, you can include video tours, floor plans and professional photos with your listing! 

    4. BRIGHTEN UP YOUR LIVING SPACE

    No buyer wants to walk into a dark dreamy house. There are several ways to improve the lighting in your home. One way is to install wall mirrors as they are very effective in amplifying light. Another way is to swap out lightbulbs for ones with higher lumen. Lastly, make sure you remove or push aside heavy drapery in order to let in more natural light. 

    5. PROMOTE ENERGY EFFICIENT UPGRADES

    Making your home more energy efficient can be a HUGE selling factor to home buyers. If you're home's energy bills are considerably low, you can provide prospective buyers with an energy audit report showing how energy efficient your home is. 

    6. BUILD BUZZ IN ADVANCE 

    You need to do everything you can in order to get people talking about your home before it hits the market! You can do so by promoting it on social media, sending a mass email to your network and knocking on neighbours doors! Another good way to build buzz is by having a garage sale, where you can dump up interest and sell some of your old junk! 

    Have Questions regarding Real Estate? The Iris and Evelyn team are here to help! With their countless years of buying and selling Real Estate Properties, their experience and knowledge can help you make the right choice!

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  • Your 101 Guide To Getting a Mortgage!

    Unless you have a large sum of money sitting around, you are probably going to need a mortgage if you want to buy a home. Here's how to qualify for and choose a mortgage, and what to expect throughout the process! 

     

    START EARLY: 

    You can go to as many showings and as many open houses as you want, but you are not going to be able to buy one without a mortgage. So before going out there and looking at houses, get the ball rolling and get a pre-approval first! It's never good to fall in love with a property only to realize that you cannot qualify for it at that particular price point. The pre-approval process should not take more than a day or two with a lending professional. A pre-approval is generally valid for 90 days. 

    You can also get pre-qualified by a lender. This is essentially a loose estimate of what you could afford based on financial information that you provide and a soft credit check. Pre-qualification is a simpler and quicker process since you do not need to submit documentation of your finances. But for that same reason, it is also largely menaningless, and does not mean pre-approval for financing. It's simply a way to estimate how big a mortgage you might qualify for. 

    ARE YOU READY: 

    In order to qualify for the lowest mortgage rates, credit scores should be in the 700s, and the borrowers debt-to-income ratio should be around 36%. This means that your monthly debt obligations- including student loan payments, car loans, credit card minimums, and the mortgage you're trying to get- shouldn't exceed 36% of you're pre-tax monthly income. 

    For those who have credit scores lower than 700, there are many lenders that finance for scores down to the low 600s. However, those individuals are looking at paying higher interest rates. The higher the interest rate, the higher the mortgage payment. 

    If you're looking for fast ways to increase your credit score, paying down credit balances is one of the most immediate credit boosters considering that a third of a creditors score is determined by credit utilization. Paying down balances can also get your debt-to-income ratio down to an acceptable level. 

    FIND A LENDER
    There are many types of mortgage lender out there, from your neighbourhood bank or credit union to online banks to non bank lenders. While your own bank may offer mortgages, make sure to compare rates and terms at other levders as well, since consumer banks may not be as competitive, especially for first time buyers. For a first time home buyer, it can often be a struggle to come up with a conventional 20% down payment. Luckily, there are programs offered for first time home buyers. 

    THE PAPERWORK: 

    Once you're ready to apply for a mortgage, you'll need to gather an immense anount of financial paperwork. In addition to filling out the loan application, you'll need to also provide: 

    - Your last 2 tax returns 

    - Proof of income 

    - Balances and monthly payments owed on student loans, auto loans, and other debts. 

    - Credit card balances and minimum payments 

    - Current bank account statements 

    - Investment account balances 

    FIXED RATE VS ADJUSTABLE RATE MORTGAGE (ARM): 

    Most first time home buyer loans involve a standard, 25-30 year fixed rate mortgage. It is the lowest- risk option since your monthly payment won't change. 

    An adjustable rate mortgage on the other hand, is where interest rate can change. This type of mortgage is a bit riskier. However, it does have an advantage- mainly, the initial rate will be lower than a fixed-rate mortgage. 

    CLOSING COSTS
    A downpayment is not the only up front money you will need to get a mortgage. Make sure you factor in closing costs. These costs can include bank fees, surveyor fees, points, title insurance, appraiser and attorney fees, and other charges. You may also need to prepay a years worth of homeowners indurance and property taxes in order to close! 

    Have Questions regarding Real Estate? The Iris and Evelyn team are here to help! With their countless years of buying and selling Real Estate Properties, their experience and knowledge can help you make the right choice!

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  • Questions to ask when choosing a Realtor to Buy your Dream Home!

    Thinking of hiring a real estate agent? Roughly 88% of buyers purchased their home through a real estate brokererage according to the National Association of Realtors! If you are thinking of hiring a real estate agent, here are some questions to ask: 

    1. IS THERE ANYTHING ABOUT THE HOME THAT CONCERNS YOU?

    Sellers might not tell you everything you need to know about the home. Your buyer agent however, will know a bit more about properties than an average person. Take time to ask your agent if there's anything about the house that could be a potential problem. 

    2. DO YOU REPRESENT BOTH BUYERS AND SELLERS ON A SINGLE TRANSACTION?

    When an agent represents both the buyer and seller, this is called a dual agency or multiple representation. This type of representation often presents a conflict of interest. A dual agent can write an offer but cannot provide you with any advice since the agent cannot advocate for you and the seller. Therefore, a dual agent may not have your best interest in mind. 

    3. HOW LONG HAS THIS HOME BEEN ON THE MARKET?

    When going out and seeing properties with your agent, an important question to ask is how long the home has been on the market! Note that if the home is very new to the market, you'll have less leverage when it comes to negotiating the sale price. Also, if the home has been on the market for a long time, you should ask why. There's a possibility that the listing price is too high! 

    4. WHAT ARE THE TERMS OF THE BUYERS AGENCY AGREEMENT?

    Working with a buyer agent is beneficial in that the agent has your best interst in mind and is working only for you! Once you decide to work with a particular agent, you will most likely need to sign a contract that gives the agent the exclusive right to show homes to you. This contract is called a Buyer Agency Agreement, or a Buyer Representation Agreement. This agreement can last anywhere from 3-12 months. Before signing the agreement, you will want to find out the conditions of the agreement, so make sure you ask the agent! 

    5. WHAT IF I AM NOT SATISFIED WITH YOUR SERVICE?

    There could be a chance that you might not find your agents service all that great. Ask your agent if he or she offers a satisfaction gurantee if you're unsatisfied with the service provided. 

    6. WHAT ARE SOME THINGS YOU LIKE ABOUT THIS HOME?

    Remember, a Real Estate Agent has more knowledge about homes than an average person. Make sure you ask for the agent's opinion on some things he or she likes about the home. This is helpful because it can be easy to miss some details during the exciting and hectic process of buying a home. The agent might mention some features or neighbourhood amenities you overlooked. You could be so overwhlemed during the home tour that you fail to notice extra storage space, or your favorite store down the road! 

    7. IS THIS A REASONABLE PRICE?

    Unless you're working with a dual agent, you should be able to get a fairly honest answer when it comes to the listing price. Considering the agents expertise with the market, he or she should be able to tell you if the sellers asking price is within a reasonable range. 

     

    Have Questions regarding Real Estate? The Iris and Evelyn team are here to help! With their countless years of buying and selling Real Estate Properties, their experience and knowledge can help you make the right choice!

    Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/irisandevelynteam/?fref=ts

  • Support Young Creatives at TMS School's Holiday Market

    Richmond Hill's Toronto Montessori Upper School will be hosting their first annual Holiday Marketplace on Saturday, November 18th to help raise funds for the school and local community programs. Come out to support young entrepreneurs and artisans as they sell their unique hand-made crafts and other goods. Local celebrities will also be stopping by to help promote the event and encourage and empower the youth of today. Maybe you'll find your next mantlepiece among the goods or your next special treasure that'll bring a smile to your face knowing that you supported a great cause.

    Richmond Hill is a great place to consider moving to if you're in the market for a new home. Its strong sense of community is evident in events like the TMS School Holiday Marketplace, which promotes the creative development in youth as well as provides the community a place to celebrate creativity and entrepreneurship. For those looking to make the move to Richmond Hill, 108 Martini Drive is a great candidate for your family.

     

     

    This beautifully finished 4 bedroom residence situated in an established Richmond Hill neighbourhood with fantastic curb appeal is the perfect place to call home. The lovely property features a double car garage and a private driveway, plus landscaped gardens.

     

     

    As you enter this luxurious home, you will immediately take notice of the upscale hardwood flooring, crown moulding, pot lights, and high-end interior light fixtures, yielding a sophisticated essence. The plethora of picture windows throughout provide the residence with an abundance of natural light. Spend relaxing evenings at home in the family room, featuring a fireplace for those chilly nights, or host dinner parties in the spacious dining room just off the foyer.

     

     

    The modern eat-in kitchen comes equipped with granite countertops, upgraded cabinetry, tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances. Enjoy home cooked meals in sunny breakfast, or step out to the large back deck and landscaped yard with a wood fence for privacy, perfect for grilling or savouring your refreshments outdoors.

     

     

    Ascend the beautiful wood staircase to the upper level, where you will find the Master Suite with a walk-in closet and modern 5-piece ensuite featuring dual sinks, a stand up shower and separate jacuzzi tub. The residence boasts 3 additional sizeable bedrooms on this level, with one including a private 4-piece ensuite washroom.

     

     

    Furthermore, this delightful home has a fibre-cement paneled finished basement with an expansive recreation room, plus plenty of storage. With a tasteful decor and functional layout in a fantastic location, any family will adore 108 Martini Drive!

     

    Iris Khodkar

    Sales Representative

    RE/MAX West Realty Inc., Brokerage
    Each office independently owned and operated

    D: (416) 953-8552

    O: (905) 731-3948

    E: iriskhodkar@gmail.com

    Evelyn Lee

    Sales Representative
    RE/MAX West Realty Inc., Brokerage
    Each office independently owned and operated


    D: (416) 230-5925
    E: evelynleeremax@gmail.com

  • Questions to ask when choosing a Realtor to Sell your Home!

    Thinking about hiring a real estate agent? Roughly 88% of buyers purchased their home through a real estate agent ot broker according to NARS, The National Association of Realtors. Approxitmatly 89% of sellers used the services of a Real Estate Professional when selling their home! 

    If you are thinking of using a real estate agent, here are some questions to ask: 

    1. WHAT IS YOUR EXPERIENCE? 

    When choosing a real estate professional, check to see that he or she has an adequete amount of experience. You'll want to make sure you're in capable hands considering the purchase or selling of a home involves a significant sum of cash! Also check the agent's credentials to make sure he or she is properly licensed

    2. HOW DID YOU COME UP WITH THE LISTING PRICE? 

    If you are on the selling side of the transaction, a real estate agent will be of good assistance when coming up with a realistic listing price. A good agent will prepare a comparative market analysis in order to come up with the best price. Factors such as the condition of your home, its size, and the current housing market are things that a professional will take into consideration. 

    3. HOW IS YOUR COMMISSION BROKEN DOWN? 

    When selling your home, you usually pay a fee to the buyers agent as well as your agent. The fee can range from 4-6% of the sale price. When choosing an agent, find out what the agents fee is and what services come with that fee. 

    4. HOW MANY SALES HAVE YOU MADE IN AND AROUND MY NEIGHBOURHOOD? 

    Check to see if the agent is familiar with your area. If not, you might want to consider another agent who is. An agent who is knowledgeable of the schhool district, nearby stores and amenities of the neighbourhood could mean the difference between a quick sale and a stalling on the market. 

    5. WHAT IS YOUR MARKETING STRATEGY?

    Ask your potential agent what his or her plan is to sell your home. The agent should have a strategy that includes online, print, and in person advertising. If anyone of these methods are missing, you might want to move onto a person using a variety of advertising methods. 

    6. WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO REACH YOU?

    You'll likely have a lot of questions about the process of selling your home ESPECIALLY if you are a first time seller. Knowing the best way to communicate questions or concerns, as well as the best times will make your life a lot easier for you! Ask whether email, phone or text is better and inquire about how contact should be made if there is an urgent matter. 

    7. WHAT IS YOUR METHOD OF FOLLOWING UP WITH OPEN HOUSE ATTENDEES?

    A good agent will keep track and follow up with potential buyers. He or she should know how many buyers were at the open house and have their contact information! 

    8. IS THIS YOUR FULL TIME JOB? 

    If the agent is juggling another job or two, he or she might be too distracted or busy to get back to you within a reasonable time. You'll also have to worry about whether or not the agent has time to update his or her skills and stay on top of the latest developments within the industry! Make sure the agent you're working with is dedicated to the industry and is working full time perfecting his or her craft! 

     

    Have Questions regarding Real Estate? The Iris and Evelyn team are here to help! With their countless years of buying and selling Real Estate Properties, their experience and knowledge can help you make the right choice!

    Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/irisandevelynteam/?fref=ts

     

  • New Mortgage Rules to be set in 2018

    Canada's top banking regulator, The Office of The Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) have published the final version of its new mortgage rules which includes a requirement to "Stress Test" borrowers with uninsured loans to ensure they can withstand higher interest rates. The changes will be offiicial as of January 1st, 2018.

    Borroweers with a down payment of under 20% for a home must purchase mortgage insurance. Even though borrowers pay an insurance premium, the beneficiary is actually the lender since the insurance protects the loan giver in the event the borrower defaults the loan. Anyone who puts down more than 20% of the value of a home doesn't have to pay such insurance, and is known as an "uninsured borrower" 

    The Stress test is designed to simulate borrowers financial situation by assuming they would have to pay back the loan at the posted average and not whatever deal they were able to negotiate. Borrowers would be stress tested at either the five year average posted rate, or 2% higher than their actual mortgage rate- whichever one is higher. Notably, the new stress test rule will not apply to mortgage renewals as long as they are with the borrowers existing lender. 

    It is believed that the housing markets reaction to the last stress test rules in 2016 are a good example of why the OSFI compelled to act again. As of August, insured mortgages were down 4.5% in 12 months since the subjecation of the last stress test. Uninsured mortgages grew 17.3%. This suggests that homeowners were doing anything to get their downpayments above 20% in order to avoid failing a stress test and getting locked out of an insured mortgage! 

    Have Questions regarding Real Estate? The Iris and Evelyn team are here to help! With their countless years of buying and selling Real Estate Properties, their experience and knowledge can help you make the right choice!

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  • Advice for those buying investment properties

    There is no doubt many Canadians dream of owning investment properties. There's many advantages to it! For instance, renting spaces out as commerical or residential areas can generate a substantial income over time! There's a variety of options to choose from as well. Among the many options, individuals can invest in second homes, townhouses, condo's, duplexes, rooming houses or multi unit residential buildings! 

    Although the advantages are great, there are many things to consider when buying income producing properties. Below are tips you can use to securly land your own investment propety: 

    1. CHECK YOUR FINANCES

    Before you invest in a property, make sure you firstly meet with a mortgage broker or an investment-friendly bank! Most buyers do not realize that a 35% down payment is required to purchase an income property. Even though you can sometimes finance your downpayment by refinancing your current residence with a line of credit, it's good to check with your bank in order to avoid any surprises. Other alternatives maybe availble as well like using a private lender or going through a vendor take back (VTB). 

    2. WHAT DOES THE PROPERTY HAVE TO OFFER? 

    It is best to invest in a property located in a familiar neighbourhood. Having nearby amenities is a good selling function when searching for potential tenants. Most tenants prefer to be within walking distance of public transportation and local services. 

    3. DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE 

    When looking for a property to invest in, it's helpful to do your research. Whether that research is online or through a professional Real Estate Salesperson, it's important to visit the property in person and view the units carefully. If you come across a suitable property, make sure you have a conditional offer on a building inspection, obtaining financing and mortgage appraisal, reveiwing the leases, income statements, expenses, fire retrofit certificate, if applicable, and any other items recomended by a professional. 

    After gaining access to all that information, calculate the costs of repairs and improvements needed after the inspection and present it to the owner. Often times, an adjustment to the sale price is performed, unless the costs of repairs and improvements were already reflected in the price presented! 

    4. UNDERSTAND RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES ACT OF ONTARIO (RTA) 

    When buying a second property, you become a landlord. This means that you will be taking on extra responsibilities and must be familiar with the Residential Tenancies Act of Ontario. While you can hire a property manager to deal with the day-to-day workings, you will still need to understand the RTA and its updated legislation!!

     

    Have Questions regarding Real Estate? The Iris and Evelyn team are here to help! With their countless years of buying and selling Real Estate Properties, their experience and knowledge can help you make the right choice!

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  • Celebrating 15 Years of the Richmond Hill Studio Tour

    Want to get to know the local talent and culture of Richmond Hill? Starting on Friday, October 13th until Sunday, October 15th is the Richmond Hill Studio Tour. This city-wide tour has stops at significant local galleries, clubs and centres like the Burr House Craft Gallery, Heritage Centre, Boynton House, Mill Pond Gallery, Richland Academy, Curtain Club whose spaces will be transformed into gallery space for talented local artists. The day-long event will conclude at 5 PM every day and is free for anyone to attend.

    Richmond Hill is a fantastic place to consider putting down roots if you're thinking about relocating. With events that help promote creativity and celebrate culture like the Richmond Hill Studio Tour, there is always something interesting to do. For a great example of a home in the area, look no further than 199 Kingshill Road.

     

     

    Nestled in the coveted Oak Ridges neighbourhood, this gorgeous 4 bedroom residence is the spacious family home you’ve been searching for! The fabulous curb appeal draws you in, with beautiful stone and brick exterior, a professionally landscaped yard with mature shrubbery, and a large private driveway leading to the double car garage.

     

     

    As you step through the double front doors into the airy foyer, you will be drawn to the bright sitting room, detailed with gleaming parquet floors, a 9’ ceiling, and large picture windows overlooking the front yard- perfect for receiving guests. Just down the hall, the sophisticated formal dining room is an entertainer’s dream, with ample room to host intimate gatherings or large parties alike. The adjoining family room has a welcoming essence, with an abundance of windows that allow soft natural light to fill the room, beautiful hardwood floors, and a fireplace for cozy nights at home.

     

     

    Separated by Roman-style pillars, the family room opens to the modern eat-in kitchen, equipped with granite countertops, tile backsplash, ample cabinet space, and quality stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher, stove, and double door refrigerator. The sunny breakfast area with a multitude of windows and two skylights is perfect for enjoying home cooked meals and conversation, or step out to the deck overlooking the fenced-in yard to savour your refreshments.

     

     

    Ascend the staircase and make your way through the French doors into the Master Suite with a private balcony, walk-in closet, and spa-like 4-piece ensuite featuring a separate soaker tub. The residence boasts 3 additional sizable bedrooms on this level, each with access to a washroom.

     

     

    Furthermore, this remarkable home has a clean, unfinished basement that the new owner could customize to suit their needs. With a fantastic layout and tasteful decor in a highly-sought after location, 199 Kingshill Road has it all to create fond memories for your family!

    To learn more about this property, click here to contact Iris & Evelyn.
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    Iris Khodkar 

    Sales Representative

    RE/MAX West Realty Inc., Brokerage
    Each office independently owned and operated

     

    D: (416) 953-8552

    O: (905) 731-3948

    E: iriskhodkar@gmail.com

     

    Evelyn Lee

    Sales Representative

    RE/MAX West Realty Inc., Brokerage

    Each office independently owned and operated

     

    D: (416) 230-5925

    E: evelynleeremax@gmail.com

    www.irisandevelynteam.com

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Iris Khodkar & Evelyn Lee Sales Representatives
RE/MAX West Realty Inc., Brokerage Independently owned and operated
148 King Road
Richmond Hill, Ontario   L4E2T4

Office 289-234-8552Toll Free 1-866-787-1629