There’s nothing to stop a home-owner from listing his or her house at $749,900, getting six offers, turning them all away, and then re-listing at $899,900 the next day.
The public hates it, and although many won’t admit it, Realtors are tired of it as well.
Is there a solution?
Or can we just accept the pricing chaos in Toronto’s real estate market that has simply been accepted as “the norm?”
“What are they – runnin’ some kinda scam here?”
That’s what a client’s father asked me the other day when I . . .