Toronto Condominiums | Toronto Luxury Condos | Ashley Fray

FREE IN HOME PRESENTATION TORONTO Ashley Fray is among the top 4% of listing agents for the entire MLS 2007, Average list to sell ratio 102%, and a Toronto Condominiums expert. Yes, you can request a FREE in-home presentation of how we would market your property in the GTA Toronto market. We do these presentations all the time. It’s our job! There’s no obligation, and we’ll get back to you quickly… WHAT IS A LISTING PRESENTATION: A “Listing Presentation” is an industry term for the formal presentation that a real estate agent makes to prospective home sellers, trying to earn their trust and business. Don’t list your Toronto condominium with a real estate agent without it! We would love the opportunity to make such a presentation to you. WHAT TO EXPECT. We’ll visit your home, and together we will walk through it, considering the positive and negative (if any!). You will then see exactly how we would propose to sell your Toronto condominium for as much as the market will bear, and within your time frame. We will tell you where we will advertise your home, both in print and on the web. With the dramatic growth in home buyer usage of the web, you MUST have a top real estate agent that can extensively market your Toronto condominium online! And you’ll find out what your home is worth, because part of our presentation will include a CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) of your home. We’ll compare your home to others like it in the area that have recently sold, and also to others
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Cities – The Real Shanghai 2 of 2 – BBC Travel Documentary, recorded 16.10.2010 There’s no place in China quite like Shanghai. There are no summer palaces, fog-enmeshed temples or cliff-side Buddhas here. Remnants of traditional culture remain, but to dwell there would be to miss the point entirely. Shanghai has never been about what has already happened – it is about what is going to happen. For millions of Chinese, Shanghai is more than just a city. It is a symbol of change, opportunity and sophistication. While Beijing may pull the country’s strings, Shanghai is the pacesetter. It revels in its glamorous airs and entrepreneurial flair, in its global reach and ability to synthesise and adapt new ideas to home-grown tastes. Haven Tangled together with these positive associations are the memories of the foreign concessions. Established after the First Opium War (1839-1842), they were loathed by many as centres of imperialism and exploitation, but simultaneously valued as havens of intellectual freedom and stimulation – a place to break with stifling Confucian mores and learn about the world outside. Those looking to introduce change in imperial China – whether social, political or technological – flocked to them. The Chinese government aims to make the city an international financial centre to rival Hong Kong by the year 2020. Despite the positive changes that came out of the concessions, Shanghai was no paradise, with high levels of poverty and crime. The birth of the
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