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GREATER GOLDEN HORSESHOE EDITION

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Connecting Canadians to new HOMES & CONDOS for more than 25 years NOWING: ER COV ENTIRE H T E GOLDEN ER R G EAT SESHOE HOR

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THE INVITING LIFE, WITH LAURA CALDER

WHY GTA CONDOS ARE A GREAT INVESTMENT


ANOTHER CHAPTER IN MENKES’ DOWNTOWN STORY.

Lively. Vibrant. Convenient. in.DE is a great new address in the heart of the city. Set in a dynamic neighbourhood, steps from public transit, it’s close to work, schools, shopping, dining and everything that matters. in.DE is made for those who enjoy city living.

Coming Soon. Register menkes.com


365 CHURCH CHURCH & CARLTON Move-In This Fall Now Previewing Townhomes from the mid $900’s

THE EGLINTON YONGE & EGLINTON Under Construction From the high $400’s

HARBOUR PLAZA HARBOUR & YORK Move-In Early 2018 Now Previewing Penthouses from $2.1 million

87 PETER PETER & KING Under Construction Penthouses from the low $800’s FLEUR CHURCH & SHUTER

Construction Starting This Fall 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms from the low $500’s

LEARN MORE AT THE MENKES CONDO CENTRE AT 770 BAY ST, TORONTO 416.591.7700

@MENKESLIFE See sales representative for details. Prices and specifications are subject to change. Illustrations are artist’s concept only. E.&O.E. 2018.


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Exclusive Listing: Baker Real Estate Incorporated Brokerage. BROKERS PROTECTED. The rendering is an artist’s impression only. Certain design elements are subject to change without notice. The rendering includes a commercial component which is not a part of the condominium.


SKYSPA ON 68TH FLOOR

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Illuminated maple leaf adorned towers, iconic features like a Rideau Canal inspired skating rink, the luxury of four-season outdoor living spaces and the highest residential amenity in Canada to take in the spectacular views whenever you wish – Concord Canada House is a magnificent celebration of Canada, and is destined to become an iconic and timeless landmark.

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The developer reserves the right to make modifications, substitutions, sizes, colours, materials, features, finishes and other specifications without prior notice. Illustrations and renderings are artist’s impressions. This is not an offering for sale, and any of such can only be made with the applicable offer to purchase and agreement of sale. E&OE.


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FEB 17 – MAR 3, 2018 | VOLUME 26 ISSUE 4

CONTENTS

20 ON THE COVER:

FIELDGATE HOMES FIND YOUR DREAM HOME IN THE GTA

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INSPIRATION KITCHEN STYLING TRICKS

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PROPERTY PROFILES

24 Mattamy Homes Spectacular waterfront suite at Vita on the Lake

TRENDING

26 New Home Market High prices, strong sales, declining inventory in GTA

36 Madison Group

28 ELAD Canada Lumina: A beacon of elegance in the Fairview Mall community

56 Mountainview Homes West Community offers buyers exceptional living in Thorold

PURCHASER PROFILE

32 DIAM Developments Innisfil veterinarian and family choose Radiance townhome

Nobu Residences Toronto wins prestigious award

54 Urban Planning Mixed-use developments may reduce affordability

58 Home Care Toolbox essentials for the new-home owner

ADVICE

16 BILD Report

42 Q&A

Working together to plan for growth

38 Condo Pro Why GTA condos provide great investment returns BY BARBARA LAWLOR

50 Stat Chat Why did new lowrise home sales decline in 2017? BY BEN MYERS

INSPIRATION

40 Style File Kitchen styling tricks with Rebecca Hay

42 Q&A Laura Calder’s guide to homemaking and hosting

44 Marketplace 15 cooking items every Francophile needs

BY DAVE WILKES

22 Tarion Report What to do when you and your builder can’t agree? BY HOWARD BOGACH

30 The Condo Board

IN EVERY ISSUE

12 Editor’s Note 34 What’s Online 46 Hot Properties GTA

Noise: How to deal with this reality of condo living

60 Hot Properties SWO

BY JEANHY SHIM

64 Advertiser Index

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INSPIRATION:

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EDITOR’S NOTE

CRISIS? WHAT CRISIS? ONTARIO MARKETS STAND THE TEST OF TIME

WAYNE KARL MANAGING EDITOR NextHome EMAIL: wayne.karl@nexthome.ca TWITTER: @WayneKarl

Remember the global financial crisis of 2008 and the “great recession” that followed in 2009? Entire companies were wiped out, some sectors of industry were never the same, and many people saw their personal wealth take a serious hit. Through it all, one thing that withstood this test and others over the years since – Ontario housing markets. Indeed, a new report from ReMax shows that between 2007 and 2017, average home prices more than doubled in the Greater Toronto Area (119 per cent to $822,681) and Hamilton-Burlington (110 per cent $576,418). In just 10 years. Value appreciation in Kitchener-Waterloo hit 81 per cent; 63 per cent in London-St. Thomas; 62 per cent in Windsor; and 44 per cent in Ottawa. Lower borrowing costs helped to jump-start the province’s real estate engine, creating one of the most dynamic housing markets in recent history, ReMax says. For existing homeowners, especially those who purchased early in the decade, the equity gains exceeded all expectations. Will the next 10 years bring similarly spectacular growth? Not likely. But having excelled through that 2008-09 scenario – about as bad as it could get – and with the proven popularity of these centres as places to live, we shouldn’t be surprised if it does.

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CONTRIBUTORS

BILD REPORT | DAVE WILKES

Dave Wilkes is President and CEO of the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD), the voice of the home building, land development and professional renovation industry in the GTA. For the latest industry news and new home data, follow BILD on Twitter, @bildgta, or visit bildgta.ca

VICE-PRESIDENT & CHIEF PUBLISHING OFFICER

Caroline Andrews PUBLISHER & GENERAL MANAGER

Shawn Woodford DIRECTOR OF CONTENT & EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Jennifer Reynolds ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER

STAT CHAT | BEN MYERS

Ben Myers is president of Bullpen Research & Consulting, a boutique real estate firm that advises land owners, developers and lenders on housing market conditions that can impact their development projects. Follow Bullpen on Twitter at @BullpenConsult or visit bullpenconsulting.ca

Anne-Marie Breen MANAGING EDITOR

Wayne Karl ART DIRECTOR

Megan Pike CONTRIBUTING EDITORS

Sonia Bell Sara Duck Marlene Eisner

LEGALLY SPEAKING | JAYSON SCHWARZ

Jayson Schwarz LL.M. is a Toronto real estate lawyer and partner in the law firm Schwarz Law LLP. He can be reached by visiting schwarzlaw.ca or by email at info@schwarzlaw.ca or phone at 416.486.2040.

MEDIA CONSULTANT

Maris Langer maris.langer@nexthome.ca MEDIA CONSULTANT

Rose Anne Bonanno roseanne.bonanno@nexthome.ca SALES & MARKETING CO-ORDINATOR

Terry Bassett

THE CONDO BOARD | JEANHY SHIM

Jeanhy Shim is an independent real estate market strategist and analyst with more than 25 years of experience in city building, specializing in urban development. Jeanhy has also served on the board of directors of two condominium corporations.

SENIOR MANAGER, DISTRIBUTION

Dwayne Rutherford NATIONAL CIRCULATION MANAGER

John Jenkins PRODUCTION MANAGER

Anthony Majetic PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATOR

Sandra Hanak-Vujnovic

MORTGAGE INTEL | ALYSSA FURTADO

Alyssa Furtado is the Founder and CEO of ratehub.ca, a mortgage rate comparison site that aims to empower Canadians to make smart financial decisions.

GRAPHIC DESIGNERS

Sandra Hanak-Vujnovic, Mike Terentiev, Miguel Cea Published by

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CONDO PRO | BARBARA LAWLOR

Barbara Lawlor is president and CEO of Baker Real Estate Inc., and an in-demand columnist and speaker. A member of the Baker team since 1993, Barbara oversees the marketing and sale of condo developments in Canada and overseas.

TARION REPORT | HOWARD BOGACH

Howard Bogach is president and CEO of Tarion Warranty Corp. For more information about how Tarion helps new-home buyers, visit tarion.com

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Final Release of Suites at Musée Move In Now – Your Final Opportunity At Our Cosmopolitan New Condominium. Don’t miss your final opportunity to become a part of the vital new force in urban living at Bathurst & Adelaide. We’ve just released the final suites at Musée. Construction is complete, the building is registered, and all closing costs are included in the purchase price. Find your place between the energy of King Street West and the vibrant Queen West street scene, also near the attractions of Kensington Market and Chinatown.

VISIT THE PRESENSATION CENTRE NOW 525 Adelaide Street West, Suite 1016, 416.551.9449


ADVICE | BILD REPORT

WORKING TOGETHER TO PLAN FOR GROWTH

DAVE WILKES

What goes into the cost of building a new home or condo development is more than meets the eye. It’s not only the cost of the land, the excavation of the site, the materials and labour, but also the fees municipalities across the region charge home builders and developers to build the infrastructure required to service new development. Infrastructure includes parks, libraries, roads, transit, sewers and emergency services. Investing in infrastructure benefits existing and new homeowners and those working in offices throughout the region. This investment is paid for by fees, known as Development Charges, that are charged to builders and developers by local governments across the GTA, but ultimately paid for by the newhome owners and businesses of Toronto. The fees vary depending on infrastructure needs in specific areas, as well as the type of unit being built and the number of people who are expected to live in or utilize the space. For example, a new onebedroom condo in the city of Toronto is currently assessed a development charge of $17,138. A non-residential non-industrial building is assessed a development charge of $207.52 per square metre. Current proposals that 16  NextHome.ca

are being considered by the City would approximately double those charges. Our members recognize and accept their responsibility for supporting the infrastructure that is required to service new neighbourhoods. But as municipalities across the region look to replace aging existing infrastructure, we are concerned that new neighbourhoods will be asked to disproportionately absorb the costs. There is no doubt that we need to reinvest in our cities, but these costs should be the responsibility of all of us, not just shifted onto those buying new properties. The numbers back up our concerns. Altus Group, a leading provider of data solutions to the real estate industry, indicated in a recent report provided to BILD that in Toronto, residential property taxes rose two per cent on average annually between 2009 and 2016, while Development Charges increased an average of 14.3 per cent per year between 2009 and 2018.

Our industry is committed to working with our partners in municipalities to fund growth, but we must ask the tough questions about how we pay for infrastructure in an equitable, transparent manner and how we ensure that these costs are shared fairly between development charges that are paid by new development and property taxes that are paid by all. We are all responsible for ensuring that we build the type of cities we want. How we answer the question of who pays for what, and the share of the costs between new and existing tax base, will define the types of cities we build and the costs of the homes and offices in our cities. We need to find the right balance so that new homes are affordable and not priced beyond the reach of all but the wealthy. On behalf of those who purchase new homes and offices, BILD intends to ask these questions this year as part of the fall municipal elections.

Dave Wilkes is President and CEO of the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD), the voice of the home building, land development and professional renovation industry in the GTA. For the latest industry news and new home data, follow BILD on Twitter, @bildgta, or visit bildgta.ca

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A portfolio of excellence.


Mills Square / Mississauga

If you’re good at something, you tell people. If you’re great at something, they tell you. For decades, Pemberton has been building incredible homes, in a range of communities, all across the GTA, making the greater Toronto area even greater. We’ve sold more homes in the past year than any other builder, and we continue to surpass our own standard. With a coveted collection of townhomes, skyscrapers, mid-rises and more, the pride we take in Pemberton’s portfolio is matched only by the pride of those who call it home.

GO.2 Condominiums / Maple

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COVER STORY

FIND YOUR DREAM HOME WITH

FIELDGATE

Discover the GTA’s most spectacular residences when you visit Fieldgate’s current communities. Over the past six decades, Fieldgate has worked hard to provide the finest quality family homes and communities to thousands of satisfied homeowners across the GTA and beyond. This year, the company is offering families across the GTA an exceptional selection of new homes to choose from at many fine community locations.

WEST BRAMPTON – UPPER VALLEYLANDS OPENING MARCH 3 Located at the southwest corner of Mayfield Road and Chinguacousy Road, Upper Valleylands brings the signature look and feel of Fieldgate Homes’ celebrated Valleylands community to a new highly desirable 20  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

location on the Caledon-Brampton boundary. Discover a beautiful selection of semi-detached, 41-, 38- and 30-ft. detached homes, and freehold townhomes, in a complete master-planned community setting. Register today at fieldgatehomes.com for your preview purchasing opportunity. The sales centre is located at 8676 Chinguacousy Rd., just north of Steeles Avenue West.


STOUFFVILLE – 30-, 36- & 40-FT. SINGLES COMING SOON TO BLUE SKY

WEST BRAMPTON – MODEL HOME SALE AT VALLEYLANDS

Since it opened, Valleylands has been a top choice among homebuyers in West Brampton. At an ideal location on the west side of Chinguacousy Road, north of Steeles Ave. W., this is a place where the valleys surrounding the Credit River offer a breathtaking outdoor playground of lush green parkland, with major urban conveniences all just moments away. With a limited number of homes remaining, this is your chance to own a model home in this picture-perfect setting. Valleylands is also offering a collection of inspired live/ work units. Discover an amazing business opportunity, plus all the luxury you’d expect with a Fieldgate home. These stunning units provide a beautiful Fieldgate residence on the upper floors, and a retail/office unit on the ground level. Start your own business or enjoy added rental income.

of solid brick and stone homes to choose from, you are certain to find something that is perfect for your family. Enjoy Brampton’s most convenient lifestyle with many major amenities nearby, including parks, schools, shopping, dining, easy access to Hwys. 407, 401 and 400, Brampton Transit, GO Transit and more.

RICHMOND HILL –

FREEHOLD TOWNS, SEMIS & 36- & 43-FT. SINGLES COMING SOON TO RICHLANDS

GTA homebuyers have already fallen in love with this new masterplanned community at Elgin Mills and Leslie. Fieldgate is excited to be offering 36- and 43-ft. singles of more than 4,600 sq. ft., semis of more than 3,000 sq. ft. and freehold townhomes of more than 3,100 sq. ft. at this spectacular family community. Register today at fieldgatehomes.com for priority access.

WEST BRAMPTON – 36-FT. SINGLES NOW AVAILABLE AT COBBLESTONES SOUTH

WEST WHITBY – NEW RELEASE OF 30- & 36FT. SINGLES IN WHITBY MEADOWS COMING IN APRIL

At Cobblestones South, just south of Steeles Avenue West and west of Mavis Road, you can discover an exquisite selection of 36-ft. designs, many of which feature optional lofts that will bring the total interior space up to more than 3,400 sq. ft. With a wonderful collection

Whitby Meadows is a masterplanned community that offers west Whitby’s best lifestyle. Discover an exceptional selection of 30- and 36-ft. single-detached homes in west Whitby’s finest natural setting. This community truly has everything you’ve been looking for.

Stouffville’s Blue Sky is the newhome community you’ve been waiting for – a refreshing way of life full of old-fashioned charm, set in a dynamic, modern and convenient community of mostly detached homes five minutes north of Markham. More than 1,300 families already call Blue Sky home, and with this latest release of 30-, 36-and 40-ft. singles, there has never been a better time to call Blue Sky your home, too!

KLEINBURG - NEW RELEASE OF 36- & 44-FT. SINGLES COMING SOON TO IMPRESSIONS The new release at Impressions will feature an excellent selection of all new home designs, so there’s never been a better time to discover this acclaimed Kleinburg community. Discover an exceptional master-planned community setting that features more than 70 acres of greenspace, community parks, ponds and two proposed community schools. Featuring an ideal location minutes from the heart of the historic village of Kleinburg, this is without a doubt one of the finest newhome communities in the GTA. The next release at Impressions will feature a collection of 36and 44-ft. detached homes of unparalleled style and distinction. With a number of acclaimed Fieldgate floorplans to choose from, homebuyers will find something that meets their families’ lifestyle and needs.

For more information on any of these remarkable communities, sales centre locations, phone numbers and floorplans, or to register for upcoming communities, visit fieldgatehomes.com or follow us on Facebook or Twitter. FEB 17 - MAR 3, 2018  21


ADVICE | TARION REPORT

DISPUTE RESOLUTION HOW TARION HELPS WHEN YOU AND YOUR BUILDER CAN’T AGREE ON REPAIRS

HOWARD BOGACH

After you buy your new home and move in, you might notice that some things need fixing. If you and your builder disagree on whether the new home warranty covers what you want repaired, Tarion is here to help. Tarion acts as a dispute resolution body. This means it is our responsibility to resolve disagreements about warranty coverage when you and your builder are unable to do so. The first step is to submit your warranty claim to Tarion by filling out the appropriate warranty form. If you register for MyHome or download the MyHome app, you can fill out and submit your form easily from your computer or mobile device. When you submit the claim, you trigger what is called a “repair period.” This is a specific number of days that your builder has to resolve all the items on your form that are covered by the warranty. During this time, Tarion Warranty Services staff are available to help you. They may get actively involved in trying to help resolve these warranty issues between homeowners and builders. If your builder doesn’t fix all your warranty items by the end of the repair period, the next step is to request a conciliation. Conciliation is a process – it might include a visit to your home or 22  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

what we call a “desk assessment,” which involves a review of all the documentation. It is through conciliation that a Tarion warranty representative – acting as a neutral and impartial decision maker – will determine if the items on your claim form are covered under the warranty and need to be resolved. As a homeowner, you have an important role to play in a conciliation. It is up to you to provide the background information about your claim. This could include written documents as well as other things like photos, videos, digital files and even physical objects. If you need documents or information from the builder to support your claim, Tarion can require the builder to provide them. Once the conciliation is done, you will receive a Warranty Assessment Report that explains Tarion’s decision. It’s important to note that not everything may

be covered – such as a hairline crack in your basement floor. If Tarion agrees that your claim item is covered, your builder is given a final 30 days to resolve it. If this doesn’t happen, we’ll resolve your claim directly with you. Some homeowners are reluctant to go through all these steps because they fear it might negatively affect their relationship with their builder. But it’s important that you protect your rights and your investment. If you and your builder find yourselves on opposite sides over repairs, know that we’re here to help. Howard Bogach is president and CEO of Tarion Warranty Corp For more information, visit tarion.com or find on Facebook at facebook.com/ TarionWarrantyCorp.

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PROPERTY PROFILE

VITA ON THE LAKE SPECTACULAR WATERFRONT SUITE AT VITA ON THE LAKE A one-of-a-kind address on the dramatic waterfront in Etobicoke is where you’ll discover Vita on the Lake. This extremely desirable condominium community by Mattamy Homes and Biddington Homes appeals to discriminating purchasers who appreciate stylish living in a contemporary environment. Visit today and discover an excellent selection of beautiful suites. This month, we are offering the T4 as our feature suite at Vita on the Lake, available on the upper floors 22 through 42, offering “forever views” of Lake Ontario. This suite measures 1,011 sq. ft., with two bedrooms 24  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

and two bathrooms, and has the luxury of a balcony that spans its full width. From the stunning foyer with its coffered ceiling, the large open-concept main livingdining area has large windows and a walkout to the balcony. A drop ceiling delineates the kitchen positioned to take advantage of the spectacular views. Spacious and gracious, the master bedroom also has a walkout to the balcony, a generous walk-in closet and an ensuite with double-sink vanity and shower. The second bedroom has a walk-in closet and is opposite the main bathroom. This feature suite is priced from $953,990, with a limited-time

offering of thousands in Design Studio Dollars to personalize your surroundings, plus a parking spot, locker and two years of free maintenance. It’s not suite design alone that is attracting condo buyers to Vita on the Lake. The location offers quick access to the Gardiner Expressway and the QEW for commuting by car, and is only an eight-minute drive to the Mimico GO station. It’s just a short walk to streetcar stops. This wonderful condo building is also close to shops, restaurants, cafes and grocery stores. In addition, the Etobicoke waterfront features the Humber Bay Marina and the Martin Goodman Trail.


Dramatic fifth floor party room

Indoor and outdoor Vita on the Lake building amenities include a light-filled lobby featuring a 24-hour concierge, an indoor saltwater pool, full-size fitness room, yoga studio and an indoor/ outdoor party room with barbecue terrace, plus a private dining room and outdoor terrace lounge. Other available suite choices include two- and three-bedroom penthouse suites with luxurious finishes and breathtaking water and city views, priced from $1.1 million for 1,060 sq. ft., as well as two- and three-bedroom suites from 1,170 sq. ft., priced from $844,990. Final suites at Vita Two, the intimate boutique building right on the water, include oneto three-bedroom plus den floorplans from 591 to 2,073 sq. ft. priced from the mid $500,000s to $1 million-plus. Parking, locker and one year of free maintenance fees are included.

Spectacular waterfront condo

Vita and Vita Two on the Lake are being developed and built by two prestigious companies with longstanding reputations for excellence and experience in waterfront development. Mattamy is the largest privately owned home builder in North America, having built more than 70,000 homes in hundreds of communities. Founded in the 1960s, The Biddington Group of Companies has developed numerous highrise communities, luxurious singlefamily homes and has partnered with some of Canada’s most respected developers. Choose a suite in either building. Visit the sales centre today at 2167 Lakeshore Blvd. W. Hours are Monday to Thursday noon to 8 p.m.; Friday 1 to 6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 647.347.5930 or register at mattamyhomes.com

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LOCATION Etobicoke DEVELOPER Mattamy Homes & Biddington Homes DEVELOPMENT Vita on the Lake HOME TYPE Highrise condominium

SALES CENTRE

2167 Lakeshore Blvd. W., open Monday to Thursday noon to 8 p.m., Friday 1 to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. CONTACT 647.347.5930 mattamyhomes.com

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Lumina, the final building to join ELAD Canada’s Emerald City community in North York, offers a sophisticated, dynamic lifestyle, allowing you to embrace every day to the fullest. Comprising a planned 13-storey tower and seven-storey Oasis Suites, Lumina features an array of meticulously designed one- and two-bedroom suites with flex options, and threebedroom suites. Conceived by ELAD Canada and designed by WZMH Architects, Lumina is the ultimate reflection of the thriving community in which it resides. It fits perfectly into the family-friendly enclave ELAD Canada had envisioned upon entering the GTA’s new-home industry more than a decade ago – a vision that would go on to become the successful masterplanned community in the North York area known as Emerald City. One of the community’s most exciting qualities is its inclusivity and family-friendly design. Positioned to heighten your sense of community, Lumina features shared access to amenities at The Peak and The Point, so that every day, life is enhanced. Spend quality time in the family play lounge, take a dip in the indoor pool or hot tub, have a restorative sweat in the fitness and yoga studio. Or take advantage of the theatre room and multi-purpose room with common

lounge and billiard table, for gatherings large and small. Ideally situated close to Don Mills subway station, and within easy access of Hwys. 401, 404 and the DVP, Emerald City’s prime location is the epitome of access. It’s also just across the street from Fairview Mall, and plays host to the newly built Parkway Forest Community Centre with aquatic centre. A reflection of Emerald City’s liveliness, Lumina is nestled amidst eight other world-class condominiums, together forming

the landmark that is now one of North York’s most successful master-planned communities. Flanked by tall, vibrantly coloured sculptures by Canadian artist Douglas Coupland, the community has already reshaped the neighbourhood. In a constantly evolving market, ELAD Canada’s strength lies in its ability to remain nimble, and able to tailor the condo suite mix, size, layout and amenity offerings to reflect current demands. Lumina at Emerald City is an excellent example of this approach. Lumina is your final chance to own a new condominium at ELAD Canada’s illustrious Emerald City. Construction starting soon. Renderings are artist’s impression only. Certain design elements are subject to change without notice. Some renderings include a freehold commercial component which is not a part of the condominium. Condominiums are priced from the high $300’s. Register at emeraldcitylife.ca or call 416.492.0001. FEB 17 - MAR 3, 2018  29


ADVICE | THE CONDO BOARD

NOISE COMPLAINTS HOW TO DEAL WITH THESE REALITIES OF CONDO LIVING

JEANHY SHIM

Noise complaints are among the most common issues that property management and condo boards have to deal with. However, there are many different types of issues which require various responses. The first rule of any noise complaint is documentation – either in writing to property management or by calling your concierge or security, who will record the date, time and nature of your complaint in their incident log. What happens next typically depends on the type of noise complaint:

1 | NOISY PARTY IN THE

COMMON AREAS, SUCH AS THE PARTY ROOM, ROOFTOP LOUNGE OR BARBECUE AREA

When a resident wants to use common area entertainment spaces, they should sign a “contract” with the condominium corporation, agreeing to the fees, terms and conditions and rules for use of the space. Therefore, condo boards can mitigate and manage potential problems by ensuring the rules are explicit and clear with respect to noise – such as what time all noise must stop (which must comply with city bylaws). Rules can also require residents to hire a security guard for their event. This way, if there is a noise complaint, your concierge or security staff have the clear 30  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

authority to handle the situation in the moment simply by enforcing the terms and conditions of the rental agreement. If the host resident remains non-compliant, then security can call the police, if they feel it’s necessary.

2 | NOISY PARTY IN YOUR NEIGHBOUR’S UNIT If your neighbour is having a noisy party, you can try to deal with the situation yourself by speaking directly to your neighbour, or call security to report your complaint. Security should then personally go to the offending unit and ask them to keep the noise down. If the situation improves for a while but then recurs, security should be notified each time. This way, if the host resident remains noncompliant, then security can call the police if necessary.

3 | NOISY PETS Although dogs and other pets are typically considered by their owners as “part of the family,” they are really permitted in condominium apartment buildings only at the discretion of the condo corporations. Some condos do not allow any pets; however, most do

allow domestic pets but subject to guidelines as to the type, number, size or weight and compliance with the common terms and conditions of communal living as set out in the Condominium Declaration. Therefore, pets that are consistently noisy can be subject to the same noise complaint procedures as outlined above, based on the rationale of disturbing the reasonable quiet enjoyment of condominium living.

4 | CRYING BABIES More families are choosing to raise their children in condominiums, so there will be times when babies cry, including the middle of the night. Please have compassion. Remember that no parents like to see their babies cry or in distress and know that they’re doing whatever they can. The parents likely feel as frustrated and upset as you do, and like you, they also probably need their sleep because they have to go to work in the morning. Jeanhy Shim is an independent real estate market strategist and analyst with more than 25 years of experience in city building in the GTA, specializing in urban development. She is President of Housing Lab Toronto, as well as the Founder of the Children’s Discovery Centre. For more than a decade, Jeanhy has also served on the board of directors of two condominium corporations, including her current building where she has been President for the past six years.

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Innisfil’s first veterinarian, Dr. Amrit Saini, right, and his wife Parvin have invested in a Radiance townhome.

Today, Dr. Saini’s parents also live with them, and he has three associate vets working for him. “It is not surprising that more families are moving here all the time, and that this development is so successful,” Dr. Saini says. “The community is close to parks, schools, shopping, restaurants,

recreational facilities and more. Growing up, our son enjoyed water sports, skiing and other activities in the area. This is an excellent hometown for young families, retirees and everyone in-between.” A visionary entrepreneur, Dr. Saini monitored the town’s growth over the years. When he

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Dr. Amrit Saini is always looking toward the future. In 1998, he opened the first veterinary hospital in Innisfil, because he believed the town would grow over time. Recently, he and his wife Parvin, purchased a contemporary townhome at Radiance, DIAM Developments’ new community located at 7th Line and Webster Boulevard. With the first release now sold out, the developer is preparing to launch sales at the second release in early spring. Says Dr. Saini, “Our townhome may become an investment, or possibly a home base for our son, a University of Guelph student.” Either way, Dr. Saini has great faith in this purchase. “I have seen the potential in Innisfil for over 20 years,” he says. “This is a developing area that still has a small-town appeal. We have Lake Simcoe and ski hills nearby, and we’re close to both Barrie and the GTA. For us, Innisfil is a great place to raise a family.” He should know. Innisfil Veterinary Hospital is situated on a three-acre property at 1538 Innisfil Beach Rd., where the Sainis also built a home and raised their son.


It is not surprising that more families are moving here all the time, and that this development is so successful, Dr. Saini says.

learned about Radiance, he did some research and drove around town to see what other new communities were popping up. “I was at the Radiance Presentation Centre opening, and I really liked the modern urban look of their designs,” he adds. “The community is very close to the new GO Train station, so I believe there will always be a demand for homes in the area. Other locals to whom I have spoken agree with me. “In addition, DIAM’s prices were more attractive than their competition.” In fact, prices at Radiance are 30 to 40 per cent lower than they are for similar developments in Markham and Richmond Hill. The Sainis purchased a 1,539-sq.-ft. town with three bedrooms. “It will be beautiful,” he says. “When I moved here 20 years ago, Innisfil seemed like a distant northern place with plenty of snow. But I saw it as a community with tremendous opportunity. That’s also how my family and I see our townhome purchase at Radiance.” For more information, register at radianceinnisfil.ca or call 905.497.6993 as DIAM prepares for its next release this spring. FEB 17 - MAR 3, 2018  33


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event in the presentation gallery attended by Nobu Hospitality founders, chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Academy Award-winning actor Robert De Niro and Hollywood producer Meir Teper. The gallery uses controlled natural light to maintain the luxury brand’s exclusivity, and to transport visitors into a modern oasis representative of the Nobu lifestyle. The interplay between the ethereal living elements and the lack of natural light allows guests to absorb themselves in the tranquil atmosphere, evoking a desirable cadence for one’s residential life. “Unlike most presentation centres, the Nobu Gallery is a completely immersive experience that allows visitors to suspend outside influences,” says Josh Zagdanski, vice-president, HiRise, Madison Group. “When we first discussed concepts with the visionary team at Studio Munge, they understood that the Nobu lifestyle is not only the

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ROI IN THE GTA HOW CONDOS PROVIDE REAL ESTATE INVESTORS A GREAT RETURN

BARBARA LAWLOR A column about investing in condominium real estate may seem like it belongs in a business magazine, but then again, condo investors come from all walks of life. They may be major players with millions of dollars who recognize outstanding value and potential when they see it. On the other hand, they may be empty-nesters who purchase a suite while their post-secondary-aged children are in school, in order to build equity over those years rather than pay out for a dorm or rent. At Baker Real Estate, we also see families who look at their purchase as a way to save toward their children’s future education, seniors who are realizing far less from their savings than they anticipated and need supplemental monthly income... the list of specific circumstances and reasons is long and varied. One thing all of these investors have in common is an appreciation for the return on investment that will likely come along with owning a condominium suite in Toronto or the GTA. Traditionally, real estate has proven to be a wise investment, particularly over time. Look at those who had the foresight to purchase condos several years ago. Today, they are reaping the rental and equity benefits of this burgeoning market. Although real estate was previously considered secondary to stocks 38  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

and mutual funds, it is quickly gaining its proper place as the wise investment of the masses. It is tangible and understandable, whereas stocks and mutual funds require specialized knowledge and often entail more risk. Here are a few tips if you are thinking of investing in a condo for the first time. 1. Buy in the very best location you can afford. It has become a cliché over the years, but it really is about location, location, location. 2. Make access to transit second on your list of important considerations. It will be easier to rent if transit lines are close by. Today’s condo rental rates will seem more attainable if young professionals can commute without owning a vehicle. 3. Research the builders you are looking at to learn about their reputations and track records. You want to make your purchase with confidence. 4. Carefully consider what amenities are in your prospective buildings. A major

draw of the condo lifestyle is having features such as fitness facilities, party rooms, theatres and the like right in the building – and not having to clean, repair or maintain them. 5. Ask about Green features in the condominium that may lower utilities costs. 6. Buy sooner rather than later. Condo prices continue to go up. With low mortgage interest rates still in effect, now is the time to invest, whether you intend to offer your suite for rent or live in it. Barbara Lawlor is president and CEO of Baker Real Estate Incorporated, winner of the pinnacle 2017 Riley Brethour Award from BILD, and an in-demand columnist and speaker. A member of the Baker team since 1993, she oversees the marketing and sales of condominium developments in the GTA and overseas. Keep current with The Baker Blog at blog.bakerrealestate.com

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acts as a great accent colour.

Kitchens are one of my favourite spaces to design, style and decorate. They are the heart of the home and also our most requested design project. As a result, I am always keeping upto-date with the latest in kitchen design. The trend that I love for 2018 is moody cabinetry. Darker cabinets are a way to make a bold statement. However, if your kitchen isn’t dark and moody, not to worry! There are also plenty of great styling tricks that will help keep you and your kitchen ahead of the trend curve. When

it comes to the finishing touches in any kitchen, it’s all about the styling. A great way to modernize your kitchen is through an accent colour – whether it’s painting a feature wall or through your small appliances and cookware. Blues are always eye-catching and classy, while red can add a real pop and modern twist. If you prefer a more muted tone-ontone look, natural wood elements and warm metals such as brass will add a nice balance. A popular trend in kitchen styling is to prop your counters

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with bigger scaled items than normal; maybe using a big, beautiful open cookbook or large antique vase. Even oversized florals or leafy branches will do the trick. A word to the styling wise; don’t place items on your counter that don’t belong in the kitchen. Always keep your space looking natural and real. Finally, it’s important to leave some empty areas, show some space and be sure to keep it clean and tidy. A few modern styling elements can keep your kitchen looking stylish and current regardless of its age.

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INSPIRATION | Q&A

Chef, author and TV personality Laura Calder’s new book, The Inviting Life, is an inspirational guide to homemaking and hosting in the millennium. We sat down with her to discuss everything from hosting tips to her favourite kitchen items.

Why were you inspired to write The Inviting Life, and not another cookbook?

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Food has always been about the context for me. In my cookbooks, you’ll find a lot of looping in and around the recipes in search of the greater value of good eating, its civilizing effects, and so on. I’d reached a point where I wanted to get the recipes out of my way so I could explore those broader areas more deeply and articulate my philosophy. What does The Inviting Life mean to you? It’s about the value of making a welcome home for ourselves and others, of seeing home not just as a place where we lock ourselves away, but as a place we can open up and use for the greater good.


You like the idea of approaching decorating the same way French women dress – “effortless, unselfconscious with individual flair.” How can homeowners find their home style?

Do you have a fail-safe recipe?

Being sensitive to what truly lights us up on the inside is important – and can save us a lot of money. When we choose the things that delight us every time, we build an environment around ourselves that’s a true reflection of who we are. The other thing is not to copy. Take ideas and inspiration, of course, but we should always make things our own in the end.

How can everyone get into the “home-cooking habit” and build a cooking repertoire?

As a chef, what is your ideal kitchen look and layout? I need a clean kitchen, but otherwise, I’ve learned to be fairly flexible because I’ve moved around a lot. I dislike sterility in kitchens, preferring them to feel like rooms, which is why I like a lot of things in view, rather than hidden away in cupboards – baskets of onions, pots hanging on hooks, that sort of thing. I also prefer kitchens that aren’t too, too big. Otherwise, it’s like jogging around a track just trying to make a cake. A galley kitchen or basic U-shape have always worked best for me. When it comes to whipping up your fabulous fare, what are your essential kitchen items? A microplane grater is something I don’t know how I ever lived without. It’s in my hands several times a day, for everything from citrus zests to parmesan to nutmeg to garlic. I’m also very keen on my Korean mortar and pestle. It’s unlike any other I’ve tried. The inside has sharp ridges that will turn things like peanuts into butter in a matter of seconds. I got mine in Korea, and I cannot fathom why they’re not for sale here on every corner.

Tarragon chicken is fast, elegant and loved by basically everybody. That and some green beans with toasted almonds, and dinner is done.

We all learn by doing, and so the main thing is to do it. Force yourself to buy raw ingredients rather than ready-made things, and it will get you started. My husband’s daughter used to come over here, open the fridge and say, “There’s nothing to eat!” Twenty minutes later there’d be a frittata and a salad on the table, and she’d be saying, “Where’d this come from?” Now, when she sees nothing but ingredients, she’s more likely to recognize the possibilities in them. What are your best budgethosting tips? People should be generous according to their means and not stress about trying to match, dollar to dollar (what the Jones might have done). If you’re going to make something cheap and cheerful, you can always manage expectations by announcing the fact right at the invitation: “Come for a bowl of chili on Friday!” or “Pancake breakfast Sunday at 10!” Picnics are a great way to bring people together, too, without having to blow the account. It’s potluck with a bit of romance: Everyone contributes, and you can eat on blankets on the lawn (or even on the floor, if you’re indoors). BYOB, of course. How can hosts get out of the kitchen and mingle more with guests? Unless you have a brigade of staff, there’s one way, and that’s by having things ready in advance with only minimal last-minute touches required.

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If you could host a dinner party and invite three special guests (past or present), who would they be and why? Madame de Staël is an historical figure I’ve always admired. She was an 18th-century Frenchwoman of letters who ran a celebrated salon in Paris and was one of Napoleon’s arch-rivals. Carla Bruni (the singersongwriter and wife of the former French president Nicholas Sarkozy) because she’s one of the best examples of a woman who lives life on her own terms. Carolina Herrera, the fashion designer, because she is the epitome of elegance.

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NEW LOWRISE HOME SALES WHY DID THEY DROP IN 2017?

BEN MYERS The Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) put out its monthly release of Altus Group numbers in late January, and it was another banner year for new home sales in 2017. The release noted that the 44,143 new homes sold in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) last year, the fourth strongest annual total in the GTA new housing market since Altus Group started tracking the data in 2000. However, the release also noted that just 18 per cent of the sales (7,714 units) were for lowrise housing such as single-detached homes, semis and townhomes – the lowest number of lowrise transactions in more than 15 years. Sales were down by 57 per cent annually! How can the highrise market be so strong and lowrise market be so weak? There are two major factors, the first of which is affordability. The average asking price of unsold lowrise inventory in the GTA market rose to a whopping $1.22 million, which was 23 per cent above last December’s benchmark price of $995,116. So yes, prices are rising rapidly in the face of slower sales. How can that be? That brings us to the second major factor: Supply. You can’t buy what doesn’t exist. At the start of 2016, there were approximately 4,000 unsold new lowrise housing units spread across the GTA in various sales offices. That year, developers released 16,000 units 50  NextHome.ca  |  GTA

for sale. Fast forward to the start of January 2017, there were just 1,800 unsold units, and developers released just 11,000 units for sale. Overall this represents a 44-percent decline, year-over-year. So, sales were down for two reasons, prices got really expensive during the boom in the market in early 2017, and there was nothing to buy. When the market cooled after the Fair Housing Plan, some developers held off launching units. Slower demand, lower supply and high prices in the second half of the year resulted in record low new home sales. A more minor factor is some developers are finding it difficult to locate enough construction crews to build their homes, so they use prices as “inventory control.” Set the price well above market to control how quickly the units sell, to ensure there is always a certain amount of work to be done at their office and smooth their build-out process. Some move-up buyers are still concerned about the value of their resale home, but remain interested in the new home

market. According to the inaugural Residential Real Estate Round Up Report, by Bullpen Research & Consulting, Brampton remains the top suburban community in the GTA among prospective new-home buyers. However, the average project has pricing starting from $965,000, so pricing is still a barrier, especially with the new mortgage rule changes and increasing interest rates. There are still deals to be had in the new home market, so do your research and connect with an experienced realtor. Good luck. Ben Myers is President of Bullpen Research & Consulting, a boutique real estate advisory firm, that works with land owners, developers and lenders to better inform them of the current and future macroeconomic and site-specific housing market conditions that can impact their active or proposed development projects. Follow Bullpen on Twitter at @BullpenConsult or visit bullpenconsulting.ca

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MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENTS MAY REDUCE HOUSING AFFORDABILITY: STUDY Making the buildings in neighbourhoods more diverse through mixed residential and commercial developments also makes it too expensive for many people to live in. A University of Waterloo study of Toronto neighbourhoods found that the increased cost, which was further heightened by the retraction of government support for affordable housing in mixed-use areas, led to the neighbourhoods becoming less diverse. The study also found the cost implications disproportionately impacted people in sales and service occupations. “Making mixed-use neighbourhoods was done with the best of intentions for our health, happiness and the environment,” says Markus Moos, a professor at Waterloo’s School of Planning. “But as communities become more attractive places to live, demand to live there increases costs. Walking to a nearby fancy coffee shop is nice, but the premium people pay for that luxury means the barista can’t afford to live near their job. “While mixed-use areas were intended to make things more affordable, factors such as the shift to a knowledgebased economy reduced

social diversity in the absence of policies designed to keep housing affordable.” The study examined neighbourhoods in Toronto between 1991 and 2006, at a time when mixed-use developments were prescribed following a rethinking of previous planning that led to decades of urban sprawl. It incorporated existing research on mixed-use developments, as well as housing affordability, classified as spending no more than 30 per cent of one’s income on accommodations. “Mixed-use neighbourhoods aren’t inherently misguided,” says Tara Vinodrai, a professor at Waterloo’s Department of Geography and Environmental Management. “In fact, they do achieve many of their intended outcomes. But, we’re asking who benefits from this? It’s not people in low-income groups or in low wage jobs. “What’s needed now is good policy to follow good planning. This includes inclusionary zoning, density bonuses linked to affordable housing, affordable housing trusts and other relevant methods.” The study, conducted with Waterloo graduate students Nick Revington and Michael Seasons, was recently published in the Journal of the American Planning Association.


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WEST COMMUNITY MOUNTAINVIEW HOMES’ OFFERS HOMEBUYERS EXCEPTIONAL LIVING IN THOROLD A large open kitchen with beautiful finishes. A Great Room designed for entertaining and family nights. A master ensuite made for relaxing. This is your home at Mountainview Homes’ West Community in Thorold. Here, you’ll discover stunning singles and semis from the mid $500’s, on spacious 36-, 40-, 45- and 50-ft. lots, in a location sought-after by so many in beautiful Thorold. Known for its fabulous location in the heart of the coveted 56  NextHome.ca  |  SWO

Niagara Region, Thorold is only minutes to St. Catharines and Niagara Falls, less than an hour from Toronto and offers easy access to the U.S. It’s also part of the region that draws visitors and new homeowners because of the exceptional wineries, nightlife, fruit farms and picturesque outdoor spaces. Homeowners in Thorold love it for the parks, trails, schools, the Welland Canal, the great dining and shopping and more. It’s the kind of place families dream about raising their children, and where

couples can enjoy a beautiful town in a region that offers so much. On Feb. 24 and 25, come out to West Community’s Model Home Grand Opening where you can tour the new model home that has been designed by the awardwinning team at Mountainview Homes. Be inspired by the latest trends and see for yourself the impeccable craftsmanship and designs offered by Mountainview Homes. The 2,815-sq.-ft. Aura features a colour palette of blacks, white and greys that immediately


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welcome you in. You’ll fall in love with the open kitchen, beautiful hardwood floors, modern lighting and spacious floorplan. The kitchen is finished beautifully with dark, rich cabinets, a stylish honeycomb back-splash in shades of grey, light granite with a beautiful waterfall island. With hits of chrome and silver, the kitchen and dining area is made for entertaining, cooking and for evening homework. The Great Room features a stunning fireplace focal point, beautiful large windows and offers the ideal spot for movie nights. Also, on the main level is

a formal dining room, convenient bar area, flexible space for either a home office or play room and a powder room located just off the garage offering convenience and privacy. In addition to this, you’ll find the “Stop & Drop” mudroom – one of the Mountainview’s signature features. With garage access, this space is designed to keep everyone organized. Upstairs, you’ll discover lots of space with a perfect master escape complete with a stunning ensuite, plus three additional bedrooms, two bathrooms and a

media loft. Second floor laundry is also located here, making laundry days a breeze. Not only will your Mountainview Home be beautiful, you can rest comfortably knowing you are in good hands. The award-winning builder is the Niagara Region’s largest home builder, with more than 36 years of experience crafting communities from Fort Erie to Grimsby and nearby neighbourhoods, including Thorold, St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Welland, Chippawa and Ridgeway. Each home is built to the builder’s exacting standards of homes with “good bones,” award-winning design, long-term value and, equally as important, excellent customer service. Discover Mountainview’s beautiful homes in the coveted town of Thorold and make your dream home a reality at West Community. Register now so you don’t miss out. Visit mountainview.com or call 905.227.1044. The model home is located at 44 Elderberry Rd., Thorold. FEB 17 - MAR 3, 2018  57


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WHAT’S IN YOUR TOOLBOX? Enjoy the newness. Take a minute to savour not having a project hanging over your head. Enjoy living in a home built for you; that’s the benefit of living in a brand new home or condo. Now let’s get back to reality. Grab that “honey-to-do” list, get your tools out and get ready to take care of the details. Every homeowner needs a set of tools to fix the little things. Regardless of how freshly painted those walls are

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or how perfectly the closets slide open and closed, you are going to need tools. You may not be the host of a television home decor show, but you do need them. TOP FIVE MUST-HAVES IN YOUR KIT: 1. DRILL

This may seem unnecessary – you think you’ll need a handyman if you ever need drilling done. But the truth is, having a drill will pay

for itself in less than one service call, and you’ll be glad you have one after hanging a whole home full of pictures, mirrors and art. For small pictures, you can tap a finishing nail into the wall, even use a picture hanger, but for larger and heavier pieces, you need to hang it properly. With drywall anchor in hand, you need to: A) drill a hole B) hammer anchor into the hole C) drive your screw into the hole


If you’re a bit handy and are thinking about getting a few projects done around the house, you may want to invest in a starter kit of power tools.

The “IKEA tool” Allen key (included with furniture) ikea.ca

2. HAND TOOLS: SCREWDRIVER, PLIERS, HAMMER, WRENCH

There is no end to the need for things to be tightened, adjusted, nailed down, pulled out and screwed in. 3. ALLEN KEYS (HEX KEYS)

RYOBI ONE+ 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combo Kit (4-Piece) $198. homedepot.ca

If you’ve ever assembled any furniture, you’ll know how important these are. They could practically be renamed “The IKEA Tool”. 4. FLASHLIGHT

Every household should have at least one flashlight – though probably a couple – and the toolbox is the best place to store it. You’ll always know where to find it here. From power outages to fixing things in dimly lit corners and closets, you need to be able to brighten and provide light. Trying to position a lamp to shine a light on the situation is tedious and cumbersome because of its size and the cord. An articulated flashlight with a flexible and directable head makes it especially easy to shine the light on any project. 5. TAPE MEASURE

YOUR TOOL KIT NEEDS SUPPLIES. THESE ARE

THE BASICS: • FINISHING NAILS, SCREWS, NUTS, BOLTS AND WASHERS – THERE ARE MULTI-PACKS THAT OFFER A FEW OF EACH SIZE AND STYLE

• PICTURE HANGERS • TAPE – ELECTRICAL, DUCT, SCOTCH AND TWO-SIDED

• DRYWALL ANCHORS • GLUE – REGULAR AND SUPER

This hardworking tool will always be better than just “eyeballing it” so get it out and use it. A good tape measure is worth a few more dollars – it will stay solid when you’re trying to measure across a long space. It can be extended up without curling and falling back at you when you most desperately need to measure a height. From spacing pictures to figuring out if that gorgeous couch you want will actually fit into your space, get a good tape measure, and then a mini one to carry with you. Stanley Hand Tool Kit $28. walmart.ca

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