Christine Chan

                                                              Sales Representative


           Office: 416-940-3876            Toll Free: 1-800-872-3761 Ext. 398            Fax: 416-298-6602               
Scarborough Real Estate Market


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With an extensive knowledge of the Scarborough Ontario real estate market, we always look forward to helping new clients with the purchase or sale of their next home. Whether you're a first time buyer who's just starting to get acquainted with the Scarborough real estate market or require immediate assistance, this website makes it easy for you to receive information on various Scarborough real estate listings.



Scarborough was incorporated as a township in 1850, became a borough in 1967, was incorporated as a city in 1983 and local government was amalgamated as part of the City of Toronto by provincial decree in 1997.



The community of Scarborough covers a huge geographical area. As a result, rather than having a single main street, Scarborough developed many crossroads communities within its borders with distinct names and personalities. Many of these community names have survived into the present. Scarborough was the site of several native settlements prior to the middle of the 15th century. An ossuary was discovered in 1956 at Bellamy Road and Lawrence Avenue East during the start of new house construction. An archaeological investigation conducted by the University of Toronto confirmed the findings. Native groups reconsecrated the ossuary and a plaque was erected to commemorate the importance of the site.



The city of Scarborough is part of the newly created Greater Toronto Area and borders along Toronto’s East Side.  Scarborough covers a large area and is home to numerous apartment complexes and housing rentals.  The average price of an apartment is generally lower then it would be in Toronto due to the simple fact that the city of Scarborough is located further away from Toronto’s downtown core.



The centre of Scarborough is located in the northern part of the city, right next to Highway 401.  City Hall is located in a section of land that is home to many government buildings and the Y.M.C.A.  Also located next to City Hall is Scarborough’s biggest mall, the Scarborough Town Centre.  With access off of McCowen or Brimley Rd., the mall has recently been renovated with new stores and restaurants and has also added a series of gigantic movie theatres that are second to none.



Buying or selling a home can really be a burden. Let the Christine Chan & Ringo Lau Team lighten your load. We're improving real estate in ways that matter to you, so you'll save time, money and hassles. We can help you find real estate in Scarborough and find the value of your Scarborough home or property. You can also get updates of Scarborough Homes as soon as they hit the market.



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Using the map below, select which communities you want to search through. Communities are selected by clicking on the outlined areas. Some communities may need you to zoom in or move the map around. If you have difficulty finding a certain community try looking for it in the "Communities" dropdown list below. Once you have selected all the communities you are interested in click on "Search Listings" or add additional criteria such as price range using the form provided below the map.

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