Toronto Homeowners thinking about separation?Don't wait until the Spring by John T. Syrtash"he following timely artidle is written by my guest columnist OrlyKatz. Ms. Katz is a very talented Toronto real estate agent. Heranalysis raises critical issues for homeowners who are contemplating while there are many ingredients for a strong sellers' market here are just aseparation from their spouses and who own a marital home: "Do we sellnow or wait until the Spring?" "What if my spouse says no? I need toleave. I can't wait until another successful housing market like 2017."Every case is different. First, hire a competent marriage counsellor and try toreconcile. If that fails, then retain competent Counsel to force a sale. Don'twait. You may lose your share in the sudden increase in your home'sequity, as predicted by Ms. Katz. You likely need "lead time" before theSpring market hits to ensure your ability to settle issues with your spousebefore a sale. With or without Counsel, you will likely need a SeparationAgreement drafted by your lawyer and sometimes Court action. Suchagreements take time because of the legal requirement for the exchangeof transparent financial disclosure, such as banking documents and thevaluation of certain assets, such as business interests.were present in some housing markets three years ago- namely strongunderlying demand, tight supply and low interest rates are present again."few:John Syrtash1) Lack of Supply - Low inventory with continued demand resulting in mul-tiple offers. Normally in January there are over 11,000 listings in the GTA.January 2020 started with only 7,000 listings. With every January usuallybeing a "slow" month, this year we are already seeing bidding wars.B. A. (Hon.), LL.B.AssociateGarfin Zeidenberg LLPFamily Lawyer & Mediatorfor 39 yearsMr. Syrtash is SeniorFamily Law Associate toGarfin Zeidenberg LLP,celebrating 39 years as aFamily Law lawyer this year.2) Low Borrowing Costs - The Big Five Banks have already started tolower their mortgage rates. The Government just announced that itwill likely loosen the restrictions on mortgage stress tests, making iteasier to obtain mortgages. That combined with the government'sinitiative to help new homebuyers with share equity mortgages isanother positive sign.3) Vibrant Labour Market - low unemployment rateSuite 800, 5255 Yonge Street(at Norton) just north ofMel Lastman Square,Civic Centre Subway station,Toronto, ON MSG 1E6.Spring Housing Forecast 2020 by OrlyKatz, Sutton Group Admiral Realty Inc.4) Strong Canadian Economy5) Population Growth combined with strongimmigration numbers.John Syrtash can be reachedat (416) 642-5410,Cell (416) 886-0359.The GTA housing market is looking up. The Toronto Real Estate Board(TREB) predicts over 10.5% climb in sales and prices. We are alreadyseeing signs of a strong spring market. Carolyn Wikins, senior deputygovernor of the Bank of Canada notes "Many of the same ingredients that skies all the way to the bank!All of these factors are combined to make for a strongspring market in the GTA. Sellers could be seeing sunnyOrly KatzVisit www.freemychild.com; www.spousalsupport.com; www.garfinzeidenberg.com.Neither Garfin Zeidenberg LLP nor John Syrtash is liable for any consequences arising from anyone's reliance on this material, which is presented as general information and not as a legal opinion.Sponsored by the Community for Jewish Culture of B'Nai Brith Canada. Toronto Homeowners thinking about separation? Don't wait until the Spring by John T. Syrtash "he following timely artidle is written by my guest columnist Orly Katz. Ms. Katz is a very talented Toronto real estate agent. Her analysis raises critical issues for homeowners who are contemplating while there are many ingredients for a strong sellers' market here are just a separation from their spouses and who own a marital home: "Do we sell now or wait until the Spring?" "What if my spouse says no? I need to leave. I can't wait until another successful housing market like 2017." Every case is different. First, hire a competent marriage counsellor and try to reconcile. If that fails, then retain competent Counsel to force a sale. Don't wait. You may lose your share in the sudden increase in your home's equity, as predicted by Ms. Katz. You likely need "lead time" before the Spring market hits to ensure your ability to settle issues with your spouse before a sale. With or without Counsel, you will likely need a Separation Agreement drafted by your lawyer and sometimes Court action. Such agreements take time because of the legal requirement for the exchange of transparent financial disclosure, such as banking documents and the valuation of certain assets, such as business interests. were present in some housing markets three years ago- namely strong underlying demand, tight supply and low interest rates are present again." few: John Syrtash 1) Lack of Supply - Low inventory with continued demand resulting in mul- tiple offers. Normally in January there are over 11,000 listings in the GTA. January 2020 started with only 7,000 listings. With every January usually being a "slow" month, this year we are already seeing bidding wars. B. A. (Hon.), LL.B. Associate Garfin Zeidenberg LLP Family Lawyer & Mediator for 39 years Mr. Syrtash is Senior Family Law Associate to Garfin Zeidenberg LLP, celebrating 39 years as a Family Law lawyer this year. 2) Low Borrowing Costs - The Big Five Banks have already started to lower their mortgage rates. The Government just announced that it will likely loosen the restrictions on mortgage stress tests, making it easier to obtain mortgages. That combined with the government's initiative to help new homebuyers with share equity mortgages is another positive sign. 3) Vibrant Labour Market - low unemployment rate Suite 800, 5255 Yonge Street (at Norton) just north of Mel Lastman Square, Civic Centre Subway station, Toronto, ON MSG 1E6. Spring Housing Forecast 2020 by Orly Katz, Sutton Group Admiral Realty Inc. 4) Strong Canadian Economy 5) Population Growth combined with strong immigration numbers. John Syrtash can be reached at (416) 642-5410, Cell (416) 886-0359. The GTA housing market is looking up. The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) predicts over 10.5% climb in sales and prices. We are already seeing signs of a strong spring market. Carolyn Wikins, senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada notes "Many of the same ingredients that skies all the way to the bank! All of these factors are combined to make for a strong spring market in the GTA. Sellers could be seeing sunny Orly Katz Visit www.freemychild.com; www.spousalsupport.com; www.garfinzeidenberg.com. Neither Garfin Zeidenberg LLP nor John Syrtash is liable for any consequences arising from anyone's reliance on this material, which is presented as general information and not as a legal opinion. Sponsored by the Community for Jewish Culture of B'Nai Brith Canada.

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Toronto Homeowners thinking about separation? Don't wait until the Spring by John T. Syrtash "he following timely artidle is written by my guest columnist Orly Katz. Ms. Katz is a very talented Toronto real estate agent. Her analysis raises critical issues for homeowners who are contemplating while there are many ingredients for a strong sellers' market here are just a separation from their spouses and who own a marital home: "Do we sell now or wait until the Spring?" "What if my spouse says no? I need to leave. I can't wait until another successful housing market like 2017." Every case is different. First, hire a competent marriage counsellor and try to reconcile. If that fails, then retain competent Counsel to force a sale. Don't wait. You may lose your share in the sudden increase in your home's equity, as predicted by Ms. Katz. You likely need "lead time" before the Spring market hits to ensure your ability to settle issues with your spouse before a sale. With or without Counsel, you will likely need a Separation Agreement drafted by your lawyer and sometimes Court action. Such agreements take time because of the legal requirement for the exchange of transparent financial disclosure, such as banking documents and the valuation of certain assets, such as business interests. were present in some housing markets three years ago- namely strong underlying demand, tight supply and low interest rates are present again." few: John Syrtash 1) Lack of Supply - Low inventory with continued demand resulting in mul- tiple offers. Normally in January there are over 11,000 listings in the GTA. January 2020 started with only 7,000 listings. With every January usually being a "slow" month, this year we are already seeing bidding wars. B. A. (Hon.), LL.B. Associate Garfin Zeidenberg LLP Family Lawyer & Mediator for 39 years Mr. Syrtash is Senior Family Law Associate to Garfin Zeidenberg LLP, celebrating 39 years as a Family Law lawyer this year. 2) Low Borrowing Costs - The Big Five Banks have already started to lower their mortgage rates. The Government just announced that it will likely loosen the restrictions on mortgage stress tests, making it easier to obtain mortgages. That combined with the government's initiative to help new homebuyers with share equity mortgages is another positive sign. 3) Vibrant Labour Market - low unemployment rate Suite 800, 5255 Yonge Street (at Norton) just north of Mel Lastman Square, Civic Centre Subway station, Toronto, ON MSG 1E6. Spring Housing Forecast 2020 by Orly Katz, Sutton Group Admiral Realty Inc. 4) Strong Canadian Economy 5) Population Growth combined with strong immigration numbers. John Syrtash can be reached at (416) 642-5410, Cell (416) 886-0359. The GTA housing market is looking up. The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) predicts over 10.5% climb in sales and prices. We are already seeing signs of a strong spring market. Carolyn Wikins, senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada notes "Many of the same ingredients that skies all the way to the bank! All of these factors are combined to make for a strong spring market in the GTA. Sellers could be seeing sunny Orly Katz Visit www.freemychild.com; www.spousalsupport.com; www.garfinzeidenberg.com. Neither Garfin Zeidenberg LLP nor John Syrtash is liable for any consequences arising from anyone's reliance on this material, which is presented as general information and not as a legal opinion. Sponsored by the Community for Jewish Culture of B'Nai Brith Canada. Toronto Homeowners thinking about separation? Don't wait until the Spring by John T. Syrtash "he following timely artidle is written by my guest columnist Orly Katz. Ms. Katz is a very talented Toronto real estate agent. Her analysis raises critical issues for homeowners who are contemplating while there are many ingredients for a strong sellers' market here are just a separation from their spouses and who own a marital home: "Do we sell now or wait until the Spring?" "What if my spouse says no? I need to leave. I can't wait until another successful housing market like 2017." Every case is different. First, hire a competent marriage counsellor and try to reconcile. If that fails, then retain competent Counsel to force a sale. Don't wait. You may lose your share in the sudden increase in your home's equity, as predicted by Ms. Katz. You likely need "lead time" before the Spring market hits to ensure your ability to settle issues with your spouse before a sale. With or without Counsel, you will likely need a Separation Agreement drafted by your lawyer and sometimes Court action. Such agreements take time because of the legal requirement for the exchange of transparent financial disclosure, such as banking documents and the valuation of certain assets, such as business interests. were present in some housing markets three years ago- namely strong underlying demand, tight supply and low interest rates are present again." few: John Syrtash 1) Lack of Supply - Low inventory with continued demand resulting in mul- tiple offers. Normally in January there are over 11,000 listings in the GTA. January 2020 started with only 7,000 listings. With every January usually being a "slow" month, this year we are already seeing bidding wars. B. A. (Hon.), LL.B. Associate Garfin Zeidenberg LLP Family Lawyer & Mediator for 39 years Mr. Syrtash is Senior Family Law Associate to Garfin Zeidenberg LLP, celebrating 39 years as a Family Law lawyer this year. 2) Low Borrowing Costs - The Big Five Banks have already started to lower their mortgage rates. The Government just announced that it will likely loosen the restrictions on mortgage stress tests, making it easier to obtain mortgages. That combined with the government's initiative to help new homebuyers with share equity mortgages is another positive sign. 3) Vibrant Labour Market - low unemployment rate Suite 800, 5255 Yonge Street (at Norton) just north of Mel Lastman Square, Civic Centre Subway station, Toronto, ON MSG 1E6. Spring Housing Forecast 2020 by Orly Katz, Sutton Group Admiral Realty Inc. 4) Strong Canadian Economy 5) Population Growth combined with strong immigration numbers. John Syrtash can be reached at (416) 642-5410, Cell (416) 886-0359. The GTA housing market is looking up. The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) predicts over 10.5% climb in sales and prices. We are already seeing signs of a strong spring market. Carolyn Wikins, senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada notes "Many of the same ingredients that skies all the way to the bank! All of these factors are combined to make for a strong spring market in the GTA. Sellers could be seeing sunny Orly Katz Visit www.freemychild.com; www.spousalsupport.com; www.garfinzeidenberg.com. Neither Garfin Zeidenberg LLP nor John Syrtash is liable for any consequences arising from anyone's reliance on this material, which is presented as general information and not as a legal opinion. Sponsored by the Community for Jewish Culture of B'Nai Brith Canada.

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