Sometimes homeowners decide to forego the hassle of using a real estate agent for the hassle of selling a place themselves. We've criticized some sale by owner listings in the past for lacking, in many cases, appealing staging and photography. But some listings do it right. Here are six of the best sale by owner listings we found on the web. Above, this two-bedroom house near Yonge and Lawrence is a cute little bungalow asking $612,900. Before you blink, this home will, most likely, be knocked down and rebuilt as a monster house.
The owners of this one-bedroom loft on Richmond Street West are asking $674,900. The unit is 1,400 square feet and includes one bathroom, a good view of the city and a maintenance fee of $691/monthly.
The owners may be a bit dramatic when they claim this property is located in the "centre of the universe!" The private sale near College and Ossington is close to some great neighbourhoods like Trinity Bellwoods, Dufferin Grove and Little Italy but where exactly is the centre of the universe? As the owners say, why buy a house in Toronto if you can't see the CN Tower? The three-storey semi-detached house is listed for $1.099 million.
The owners of this Summerhill property want $1.795 million for this renovated three-storey home. High ceilings, original fireplace, stain glass windows—this house has character.
Here's a triplex in High Park going for $1.099 million. The home which can be converted into a single family dwelling offers rental income to boot, and it's not hugging its neighbours— the boxy home is fully detached.
The Riverdale property is a 106 year old home with 1,500 square feet. The owners seem to love wood with the living room, staircase and the kitchen cabinets made of wood. Check out the wood patio to complete the property! The home is listed for $799,000. · This Week In Strange, Weird & Terrible Real Estate Photos [Curbed Toronto]
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