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Alexjwilson.com & Tyler Pearson: Investment Plan
Join Alexjwilson.com and Tyler Pearson on Sunday October 19th as they teach you how to Invest in Real Estate.
- We will teach you how you can leverage the equity in your home and earn income from it.
- We will teach you the value of OPM "Other People's Money".
- We will review real life case studies of Tyler's and Alexjwilson.com's success.
- We will teach you how you can participate in the purchase of apartment buildings.
- We will provide you with an exclusive opportunity to invest in the new development Riverside Condo's by Streetcar Developments.
Date: Sunday October 19th, 2014
Time: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Location: 630 Queen Street East - Riverside Sales Center (change from 43 Davies)
600 Fleets Street Unit 204 - $304,900
Best Value Downtown Just South of King West
Alexjwilson.com Presents - 600 Fleet Street Unit 204 - Toronto Condos
One Of Best Values Downtown - One Bedroom And Den Just Under 700 Sq. Ft Including Parking And Locker At Only $466 Per Sq. Ft. Only 10 Minute Walk To King West Where Condos Sell For Over $600 Per Sq. Ft. New Starbucks Going Into Building. Walking Distance To Billy Bishop Airport. Ttc Streetcar At Your Door Step. Large Master Bedroom And Proper Den That Could Double As A Second Bedroom. Enjoy The Running & Bike Paths Along The Waterfront Just Across The Street.
Extras: Upgrades Include New Hardwood Flooring, New High Quality Stainless Steel Appliances.Kitchen Island With Bar Seating And Granite Counter Tops.
Amenities Include: 24 Hr Concierge, Visitor Parking, Fitness Center, Indoor Pool, Hot Tub And Gym.
Around The World
Alexjwilson.com enjoying Nuit Blanche.
The all night art event started with a walk among the worlds. The crowd is thrilled with the performance by artists.
While the night is also seen as a big public party,some of these exhibits are a reminder of just how much of an impact art can make.
Designer's Corner - With Sarah Broderick
Without the help of volunteers and artists, the show wouldn't be a screaming success every year. Looking forward to attend this wonderful show next year.
Announcing a new feature in the Monday Wake Up - Designer's Corner by Sarah Broderick
Giving Thanks to Fall
While attending Nuit Blanche on Saturday and experiencing the nights cold reality first hand, it became painfully obvious fall has arrived. Although I don't look forward to the harsh realities of winter any more than the next Canadian, I really do love this time of year! There is something about a change of season that inspires changes in other areas of our lives - including our décor. As you prepare for Thanksgiving and spending time with your loved ones, think of new ways to be inspired by fall and bring its beauty indoors - especially if you're lucky enough to be hosting this year.
Front Door: Pumpkins and mums are a great way to inject colour and create a fall inspired focal point around the entrance to your home. Be sure to use different sizes and heights to your advantage so your temporary vignette is both inviting and pleasing to the eye. A few candles in mason jars are a nice way to softly light the way for guests and create the appearance of warmth outdoors. If you're looking for bigger impact, consider painting your front door a fall inspired colour or covering it in a sophisticated wrapping paper. The latter is an inexpensive way to add texture, colour and maybe even a subtle pattern to your entrance - all design elements that are just as effective outdoors.
Entrance: While doing my weekly shop at the St Lawrence Market on Saturday I was overwhelmed by the abundance - pun intended - of inexpensive ways to inject colour indoors. Everywhere I turned were dahlias, gourds, apples, pumpkins and leaves all of which can easily be incorporated into your décor. Consider adding a beautiful fall inspired flower arrangement accompanied by small gourds, apples etc. A true cornucopia of what fall has to offer and a nice way to greet guests as they enter your home.
Living Room: I'm a fan of an all-neutral interior as much as the next designer - Brian Gluckstein comes to mind - but this fall I encourage you to change your accessories and inject some of the beautiful colours we see outdoors. As the leaves turn from green to gold, yellow to orange and red to burgundy think of mixing some of these colours into your living room décor via pillows and accessories. Not only will they add colour, they also add warmth making your home cozy and inviting.
Texture is also important this time of year as we start digging out sweaters, mitts, jackets and warmer clothes. Layering is key to transitioning clothing in the fall but it's also a huge trend in décor. The "less is more" philosophy is quickly becoming a "more is more" mentality and fall is the perfect time to experiment indoors. Try injecting additional warmth by layering area rugs, knits, pillows, curtains, throws and other textiles that may not have worked in warmer months. Not only do they look great they also protect you and your visitors from the cold.
Dinning Room: Look no further than a branch of beautiful fall leaves as the perfect centerpiece this Thanksgiving. If celebrating with family, consider adding favourite photos of your loved ones to its branches or asking people to write what they're thankful for and add it to the tree. Plates of all colours are inexpensive and available at retail stores all over the city this time of year. Layering colour and texture to your table via accent dishes, textiles and glassware is a fun, easy way to bring the fall indoors. Consider also adding metallics and candlelight for additional warmth that creates an ambience throughout your dinning room. Jewel tones, although not traditionally fall colours, look great as accents on an otherwise fall inspired table and are less predictable in an equally warm way.
Kitchen: I always refer to the kitchen as the heart of the home and it's especially true if you've embraced open concept living. Anyone that entertains knows the kitchen has a unique way of luring guests in - especially at Thanksgiving - so be sure to embrace this tendency by extending your entrance and dinning room décor to this part of your home. When entertaining I always like to set up a bar featuring seasonal cocktails which provides yet another area to inject fall inspiration indoors.
Fall is about texture, colour and warmth so I encourage you to create an inviting environment for you and your guests this Thanksgiving that helps celebrate the change of season and protects the ones you love from falling temperatures outdoors.
Feel free to share your fall inspiration and décor by sending images to email@example.com
This section will focus on upcoming events being hosted and sponsored by Alexjwilson.com.
Date: Sunday October 19th
Time: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Location: 630 Queen Street East - Riverside Sales Center
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 416 996 5181
During our seminar we will discuss various types of real estate you can invest in including - condos, multi-family (duplexes, Triplexes), mutli-residential (apartment buildings). We will also show you how you can build a 5 Million Dollar Real Estate portfolio in 10 years. Our goal is for you to Retire Early and Build Generational Wealth.
Happy Hour Monthly Social
The Thirsty Thursday
Date: Oct 16, 2014
Bar Wellington, 520 Wellington St W.
It seems the older we get the busier we get - therefore Alexjwilson.com wanted to dedicate 1 night a month that people can circle in their calendars and make it a priority to come. Alexjwilson.com is all about community so come out and re-connect with old friends - make some new ones - and share what is new in our lives.
Our Top 2 Investment Projects for the FALL - Alexjwilson.com Has Insider Access For Them ALL
Minto Westside at Bathurst and Front (King West):
We are very excited for this project. With the trusted name of Minto development, the site and the 57,000 sq. ft. of amenity space planned, it will be the new jewel of King West. With roof top pools, luxury fitness facilities, and much more, Minto is looking to replicate its success of Minto Quantum at Yonge and Eglinton by redefininh the standard of a neighborhood. The demographics of King West are 35 years old and a house hold income of $100,000.00.This will be the building they will pay the premium rents for to call home. An added bonus - You can either walk or take the street car to Billy Bishop airport. In what city can you do that? Email us at email@example.com to get on the list.
Streetcar Riverside Square (Riverside/Leslieville):
This project is my value buy that has the highest upside for appreciation. Streetcar Developments has recently purchased the Broadview Hotel (Jilly's) and the 4 acre development site purchased across the street. They are not just building a condo tower, they are transforming a neighbourhood. This area is currently underserviced for rental inventory and continues to increase in popularity - people will need places to live. With access to the Queen East Street Car, Lake Ontario, Ashbridges Bay only a quick bike ride away, the Don Valley Trail System, the DVP, and all the new shops, lounge and restaurants on Queen, this area can only go UP. Lastly - Streetcar prices their new projects under current market value. You will have built-in profit from day one. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the list.
Alex Wilson's Listings
For Sale $328,900
Description: 'Boutique Phase 2' A Luxury Condo Building In The Heard Of Downtown Core. Steps To Osgood Subway, Financial District, King West. Excellent One Bedroom Layout, Floor-To-Ceiling, Wall-To-Wall Windows, Sunny & Bright South Facing. Stainless Steel Kitchen Appliances, Granite Counter Top, High Standard Roller Window Blinds. Exercise Room, Guest Suits, Party Room, Rooftop Deck, 24 Hrs Concierge And More. Perfect For 1st Time Home Buyer Or Investors.
Extras: Stainless Steel Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher, Microwave, Stacked Washer & Dryer. All Existing Light Fixtures. Professionally Installed Roller Solar Blinds. 1 Storage Locker Included.
Link for the Listing Here.
1 Bedroom and Study
534 Sq. Ft.
Unobstructed West Exposure With Balcony.
Occupancy Oct 2014
- Ice Spa include a dry sauna and steam room
- Cold water dip pool, swimming pool, hot tub
- Relaxing lounge, fitness centre, aerobics room and more
- 24 Hr Conceirge
- Outdoor Terrace with BBQ
- Ice will be a candidate for LEED certification and will use environmentally sensitive energy sources.
Link for the Listing Here
3865 Lake Shore Blvd, Unit 1001
1 +1 Bedroom, 2 Washrooms
For Sale $329,000
Amazing South View Of Lake Ontario And Marie Curtis Park, Both Only Steps From Your Door. Your Cottage In The City. 9 Ft, And Floor To Ceiling Windows, This Unit Is Flooded With Natural Light. Sitting At 814 Sq Ft, This 1+1 Has 2 Full Washrooms. Quiet Building, Ideal For Down Sizers. For The Professional Working Downtown, It Is Steps To The Long Branch Go Station. Parking Is Included
Five New Stainless Steel Appliances, Granite Counters, Customized Walk-In Closets. Building Has A Fitness Centre, Roof Top Terrace With Bbqs And Hot Tub, Visitor Parking, 24 Hr Concierge Service, Buses To Subway At The Door.
Link for the Listing Here.
3+1 Bedroom, 3 Washrooms
For Lease $10,000 Monthly
Rare 3 Bedroom 3100 Sq. Ft Fully Furnished Penthouse Condo Available To Rent In Toronto. Ideal For Sports Figure, Corporate Executive, Or Movie Industry That Requires Space For Their Family. With 4 Terraces, Over 810 Square Feet Of Outdoor Living Space, The Sprawling, Sun Drenched Residence Is Located On The 27th Floor; With North, East, West And South Views Of Lake Ontario. Atop One Of Toronto's Premier Waterfront. This Is A Turn Key Solution.
2 Parking Spots And Locker Room With Unit. Walking Distance To Billy Bishop Airport Which Can Easily Take You To New York Or Chicago - Avoid The Lines Of Pearson. Be In The Porter Lounge In 15 Minutes From Leaving Your Unit. Roof Top Pool.
Link for the Listing Here.
Alexander J. Wilson B.A.
Team Lead: Alexjwilson.com
#1 Agent At RE/MAX Condos Plus 2013
TOP 1% Condo Sales in Toronto 2009-2013
Platinum Club 2010-2013
RE/MAX Hall of Fame
45 Harbour Square
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
RE/MAX Condos Plus Corp. Brokerage
Office: (647) 352-5181
Mobile: (416) 996-5181