Scott Reiart

My name is Scott Reiart and I am a realtor with the Real Estate Brothers at Keller Williams Advantage in Leslieville. I grew up in the Beaches in a home that has been in my family for over 90 years, and I recently moved to Birchcliff just a stone’s throw from the Lake when we found a project and piece of land that we couldn’t resist. As for the next move… well, better to ask the wife! My passions are my family (my wife Emily and I have 2 kids and counting), sports (beer league hockey and softball and fantasy NFL football), cooking (my meat smoker is my third child), my work (I have had real estate investments since my early 20’s) and writing. Read More ..

Danforth Village

Danforth Village is full of vibrancy and cultural diversity, which is why this affordable and conveniently located neighbourhood has become the perfect place to call home. It also certainly doesn’t hurt to be located right on the subway line.

Amazing shopping and eateries along Danforth Avenue are just a couple of great reasons to explore the idea of moving to this affable area. From popular sushi restaurants to yummy souvlaki stops to exotic Ethiopian restaurants, the flavours of Danforth Village are hard to resist.

The Danny has become quite a modern neighbourhood, attracting a number of creative, young professionals, along with families excited to raise their children in an active, caring school system. It’s also nice to have the Bloor-Danforth subway line nearby and Go Trains within walking distance, as public transportation further connects this bustling community to each other and beyond. The DVP is also easily accessible just to the north. With this in mind it’s easy to see why Danforth Village homes are appealing to growing numbers and have continued to increase in value.

Danforth Village is a neighbourhood that allows residents to feel like they belong. Throughout the seasons, the area offers a number of events to take part in, like springtime when street festivals bring folks together, movie night in August where families meet in the Courtyard at Main Square and in autumn when residents enjoy the gorgeous garden tours. Finding these hidden gems is wonderful for residents, as well as the local businesses that take pride in giving back to the Danforth Village community.

The community continues to forge ahead with capital improvement plans for expanding and beautifying, with new sidewalks, more greenery, rugged stone pavers and other cosmetic additions in the pipeline. Danforth Village is home to approximately 30,000 residents, with new build homes popping up more frequently as families move in and convert the bungalows. Danforth Village features a large number of detached and semi-detached houses with comely front porches, and there are also war time bungalows, modern townhouses and more and more condos.

The beauty of Danforth Village lies in its walkable, safe neighbourhood. It’s all about forming a tight-knit community and truly knowing your neighbours. The community has a strong voice on social accounts like Twitter and Facebook, keeping its residents updated on town hall information and public events. For those looking to seriously set down some roots, The Danny is an excellent area to consider with a variety of Danforth Village homes for sale at affordable prices.

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Who am I? A Realtor, Goal Scorer, Gluten Addict. I Like: Writing, Labatt 50, Russian Vodka, Smoking Meat, Fantasy Football. I Dislike: Light Beer, Oatmeal, Open Toe Sandals, Jackass Realtors. The Scoop: No mortgage calculators, toothless (and grammatically challenged) copy or thinly veiled self-promotion on this site, just no holds barred commentary on what’s good, bad and damn funny about the Toronto real estate market. Enjoy.