Incited.ca · Patrick Rocca-Toronto Real Estate Changing Again Jeffrey: I am here with Patrick Rocca of Bosley Real Estate here in Midtown Toronto, and we’ve talked to Patrick quite a few times in the past. And I’m going to let Patrick tell everyone about him and what he does. Patrick: Hi, good morning, Jeff. Patrick
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Incited.ca · Patrick Rocca -Is the Toronto Real Estate Market Upside down? In these two charts you can see the comparison with prior years Jeffrey: I’m here again with Patrick Rocca who’s with Bosley real estate. And at this point in the market, it’s at June, 2022, there have been some
Jeffrey I’m here with Patrick Rocca. And today we’re going to talk about, is there light at the end of the COVID tunnel? We’ve been talking regularly over the past couple of years and every time we talk, there’s something a bit different in the Davisville and Leaside, real estate market here in Toronto. Now,
Patrick Rocca- Is the Toronto Summer Real Estate Market returning to Normal? Incited.ca · Patrick Rocca- Is the Toronto Summer Real Estate Market returning to Normal? Jeffrey : I’m here again with Patrick Rocca, who is with Bosley Real Estate in Toronto. Although at the moment he’s taking some well-deserved RNR outside the city. Patrick,
Jeffrey I’m here again with Patrick Rocca who’s a real estate agent in the Toronto area. And Patrick, why don’t you introduce yourself and let us know whereabouts you work and what you specialize in? Patrick Sure. good morning, Jeff. Patrick Rocca with Bosley real estate. Predominantly work in the central core of Toronto specializing
As we go into another lockdown in November 2020, Patrick Rocca takes us through the ups and downs of the Toronto Real Estate Market during the pandemic and some thoughts on what the 2021 spring real estate market could look like. Incited.ca · PatrickRocca- What does the Toronto Real Estate Market Look Like for 2021?
Jeffrey : I’m talking to Patrick Rocca, who is currently a specialist in the Davisville Leaside area of Toronto for Bosley real estate. Patrick, I wonder if you could tell everyone a little bit more about yourself and what you do. Patrick Rocca : Sure. good morning, Jeffrey Patrick Rocca with Bosley real estate.
Jeffrey Veffer · PatrickRocca_Toronto Real Estate Market- Is there light at the end of the tunnel? Jeffrey: In these unprecedented times, I have people asking almost every week, whether it’s a good time to sell or a good time to buy in the Toronto housing market. We’re joined by Patrick Rocca who’s with Bosley real
Patrick tells us about the unprecedented changes he has seen over the past few weeks in the Toronto Real Estate Market due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Speaker 1: I’m here with Patrick Rocca to talk about the Toronto real estate market in these unprecedented days. Now if you’re listening to this later, this is during
In this call Patrick Rocca talks about his insights as a real estate agent into the Spring 2020 Toronto Real Estate Market. With all the price swings from the past few years behind us is this a return to a more “normal” market for buyers and sellers? Jeffrey: I’m here again with
Patrick helps us dig deeper, beneath the headlines to understand what’s really driving the real estate market in mid town Toronto. Jeffrey: I’m here today with Patrick Rocca from Bosley Real Estate. And given that it’s now spring, 2019, we’re gonna talk to Patrick about what he sees in the market for this year’s spring
Patrick Rocca talks about why this Fall’s Toronto Real Estate Market is confusing both clients and realtors. Speaker 1: 00:00 I’m here again with Patrick Rocca of Bosley real estate and we’ll talk about some of the things that he seen in the market, up til now. We’re recording this in November of 2018 and
Patrick Rocca of Bosley Real Estate helps us understand what happened (or didn’t happen) in the 2018 Toronto Spring Real Estate Market. Jeff: I’m here again with Patrick Rocca with Bosley Real Estate. And we’re gonna talk about the 2018 market, or potentially the spring market that never actually blossomed. Patrick, I wonder if
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If you were tuning into the Toronto Real Estate Market in spring 2017, you probably remember the multi-digit price increases month over month. Now that its cooled down somewhat, have more balanced conditions returned? Patrick Rocca of Bosley Real Estate gives us an overview of the beginnings of the 2018 Toronto Real Estate Market including specifics