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Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal / The Mafia in Canada 10/03/2013 11:15:47
    

The photo you are looking at above is a Google Street View photo of Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal. The reason why is because the homes on this quiet looking street are home to many of the Sicilian mobster families in Canada - which incidentally make a lot of interesting real estate deals thanks to corrupt government officials and dirty politicians. The street is basically Canada's mafia headquarters - and they are filthy stinking rich, so they should have some pretty interesting houses right? The Sicilian families who live there - all part of the Rizzuto family syndicate - own the whole street. So lets look at some of the nicer houses on the street and see what kind of houses known criminals live in. (You can do this yourself on Google Street View sometime, it is really fun.) So I shall post some photos of the houses I think look best and then we can talk about their houses and later the role of the mafia in Canada's real estate industry later. Interesting Factoid - Montreal Godfather Nicolo (Nick) Rizzuto was shot and killed with a sniper rifle through the kitchen window of his house (I don't know which house is his, but I am guessing it is one with nice big kitchen windows). The hitman whom the police believe did it was Toronto's Salvatore (Sam) Calautti, working for a rival family, was gunned down by a hitman working for the Rizzuto family in Toronto in July 2013. Note - Vito Rizzuto, Nicolo's son and the Montreal Godfather sinc...
Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal / The Mafia in Canada 10/03/2013 08:38:01
    

The photo you are looking at above is a Google Street View photo of Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal. The reason why is because the homes on this quiet looking street are home to many of the Sicilian mobster families in Canada - which incidentally make a lot of interesting real estate deals thanks to corrupt government officials and dirty politicians. The street is basically Canada's mafia headquarters - and they are filthy stinking rich, so they should have some pretty interesting houses right? The Sicilian families who live there - all part of the Rizzuto family syndicate - own the whole street. So lets look at some of the nicer houses on the street and see what kind of houses known criminals live in. (You can do this yourself on Google Street View sometime, it is really fun.) So I shall post some photos of the houses I think look best and then we can talk about their houses and later the role of the mafia in Canada's real estate industry later. Interesting Factoid - Montreal Godfather Nicolo (Nick) Rizzuto was shot and killed with a sniper rifle through the kitchen window of his house (I don't know which house is his, but I am guessing it is one with nice big kitchen windows). The hitman whom the police believe did it was Toronto's Salvatore (Sam) Calautti, working for a rival family, was gunned down by a hitman working for the Rizzuto family in Toronto in July 2013. Note - Vito Rizzuto, Nicolo's son and the Montreal Godfather sinc...
Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal / The Mafia in Canada 10/03/2013 06:15:05
    

The photo you are looking at above is a Google Street View photo of Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal. The reason why is because the homes on this quiet looking street are home to many of the Sicilian mobster families in Canada - which incidentally make a lot of interesting real estate deals thanks to corrupt government officials and dirty politicians. The street is basically Canada's mafia headquarters - and they are filthy stinking rich, so they should have some pretty interesting houses right? The Sicilian families who live there - all part of the Rizzuto family syndicate - own the whole street. So lets look at some of the nicer houses on the street and see what kind of houses known criminals live in. (You can do this yourself on Google Street View sometime, it is really fun.) So I shall post some photos of the houses I think look best and then we can talk about their houses and later the role of the mafia in Canada's real estate industry later. Interesting Factoid - Montreal Godfather Nicolo (Nick) Rizzuto was shot and killed with a sniper rifle through the kitchen window of his house (I don't know which house is his, but I am guessing it is one with nice big kitchen windows). The hitman whom the police believe did it was Toronto's Salvatore (Sam) Calautti, working for a rival family, was gunned down by a hitman working for the Rizzuto family in Toronto in July 2013. Note - Vito Rizzuto, Nicolo's son and the Montreal Godfather sinc...
Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal / The Mafia in Canada 10/03/2013 05:58:39
    

The photo you are looking at above is a Google Street View photo of Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal. The reason why is because the homes on this quiet looking street are home to many of the Sicilian mobster families in Canada - which incidentally make a lot of interesting real estate deals thanks to corrupt government officials and dirty politicians. The street is basically Canada's mafia headquarters - and they are filthy stinking rich, so they should have some pretty interesting houses right? The Sicilian families who live there - all part of the Rizzuto family syndicate - own the whole street. So lets look at some of the nicer houses on the street and see what kind of houses known criminals live in. (You can do this yourself on Google Street View sometime, it is really fun.) So I shall post some photos of the houses I think look best and then we can talk about their houses and later the role of the mafia in Canada's real estate industry later. Interesting Factoid - Montreal Godfather Nicolo (Nick) Rizzuto was shot and killed with a sniper rifle through the kitchen window of his house (I don't know which house is his, but I am guessing it is one with nice big kitchen windows). The hitman whom the police believe did it was Toronto's Salvatore (Sam) Calautti, working for a rival family, was gunned down by a hitman working for the Rizzuto family in Toronto in July 2013. Note - Vito Rizzuto, Nicolo's son and the Montreal Godfather sinc...
Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal / The Mafia in Canada 10/03/2013 05:51:38
    

The photo you are looking at above is a Google Street View photo of Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal. The reason why is because the homes on this quiet looking street are home to many of the Sicilian mobster families in Canada - which incidentally make a lot of interesting real estate deals thanks to corrupt government officials and dirty politicians. The street is basically Canada's mafia headquarters - and they are filthy stinking rich, so they should have some pretty interesting houses right? The Sicilian families who live there - all part of the Rizzuto family syndicate - own the whole street. So lets look at some of the nicer houses on the street and see what kind of houses known criminals live in. (You can do this yourself on Google Street View sometime, it is really fun.) So I shall post some photos of the houses I think look best and then we can talk about their houses and later the role of the mafia in Canada's real estate industry later. Interesting Factoid - Montreal Godfather Nicolo (Nick) Rizzuto was shot and killed with a sniper rifle through the kitchen window of his house (I don't know which house is his, but I am guessing it is one with nice big kitchen windows). The hitman whom the police believe did it was Toronto's Salvatore (Sam) Calautti, working for a rival family, was gunned down by a hitman working for the Rizzuto family in Toronto in July 2013. Note - Vito Rizzuto, Nicolo's son and the Montreal Godfather sinc...
Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal / The Mafia in Canada 10/03/2013 05:27:04
    

The photo you are looking at above is a Google Street View photo of Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal. The reason why is because the homes on this quiet looking street are home to many of the Sicilian mobster families in Canada - which incidentally make a lot of interesting real estate deals thanks to corrupt government officials and dirty politicians. The street is basically Canada's mafia headquarters - and they are filthy stinking rich, so they should have some pretty interesting houses right? The Sicilian families who live there - all part of the Rizzuto family syndicate - own the whole street. So lets look at some of the nicer houses on the street and see what kind of houses known criminals live in. (You can do this yourself on Google Street View sometime, it is really fun.) So I shall post some photos of the houses I think look best and then we can talk about their houses and later the role of the mafia in Canada's real estate industry later. Interesting Factoid - Montreal Godfather Nicolo (Nick) Rizzuto was shot and killed with a sniper rifle through the kitchen window of his house (I don't know which house is his, but I am guessing it is one with nice big kitchen windows). The hitman whom the police believe did it was Toronto's Salvatore (Sam) Calautti, working for a rival family, was gunned down by a hitman working for the Rizzuto family in Toronto in July 2013. Note - Vito Rizzuto, Nicolo's son and the Montreal Godfather sinc...
Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal / The Mafia in Canada 10/03/2013 05:26:47
    

The photo you are looking at above is a Google Street View photo of Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal. The reason why is because the homes on this quiet looking street are home to many of the Sicilian mobster families in Canada - which incidentally make a lot of interesting real estate deals thanks to corrupt government officials and dirty politicians. The street is basically Canada's mafia headquarters - and they are filthy stinking rich, so they should have some pretty interesting houses right? The Sicilian families who live there - all part of the Rizzuto family syndicate - own the whole street. So lets look at some of the nicer houses on the street and see what kind of houses known criminals live in. (You can do this yourself on Google Street View sometime, it is really fun.) So I shall post some photos of the houses I think look best and then we can talk about their houses and later the role of the mafia in Canada's real estate industry later. Interesting Factoid - Montreal Godfather Nicolo (Nick) Rizzuto was shot and killed with a sniper rifle through the kitchen window of his house (I don't know which house is his, but I am guessing it is one with nice big kitchen windows). The hitman whom the police believe did it was Toronto's Salvatore (Sam) Calautti, working for a rival family, was gunned down by a hitman working for the Rizzuto family in Toronto in July 2013. Note - Vito Rizzuto, Nicolo's son and the Montreal Godfather sinc...
Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal / The Mafia in Canada 10/02/2013 23:44:33
    

The photo you are looking at above is a Google Street View photo of Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal. The reason why is because the homes on this quiet looking street are home to many of the Sicilian mobster families in Canada - which incidentally make a lot of interesting real estate deals thanks to corrupt government officials and dirty politicians. The street is basically Canada's mafia headquarters - and they are filthy stinking rich, so they should have some pretty interesting houses right? The Sicilian families who live there - all part of the Rizzuto family syndicate - own the whole street. So lets look at some of the nicer houses on the street and see what kind of houses known criminals live in. (You can do this yourself on Google Street View sometime, it is really fun.) So I shall post some photos of the houses I think look best and then we can talk about their houses and later the role of the mafia in Canada's real estate industry later. Interesting Factoid - Montreal Godfather Nicolo (Nick) Rizzuto was shot and killed with a sniper rifle through the kitchen window of his house (I don't know which house is his, but I am guessing it is one with nice big kitchen windows). The hitman whom the police believe did it was Toronto's Salvatore (Sam) Calautti, working for a rival family, was gunned down by a hitman working for the Rizzuto family in Toronto in July 2013. Note - Vito Rizzuto, Nicolo's son and the Montreal Godfather sinc...
Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal / The Mafia in Canada 10/02/2013 23:43:55
    

The photo you are looking at above is a Google Street View photo of Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal. The reason why is because the homes on this quiet looking street are home to many of the Sicilian mobster families in Canada - which incidentally make a lot of interesting real estate deals thanks to corrupt government officials and dirty politicians. The street is basically Canada's mafia headquarters - and they are filthy stinking rich, so they should have some pretty interesting houses right? The Sicilian families who live there - all part of the Rizzuto family syndicate - own the whole street. So lets look at some of the nicer houses on the street and see what kind of houses known criminals live in. (You can do this yourself on Google Street View sometime, it is really fun.) So I shall post some photos of the houses I think look best and then we can talk about their houses and later the role of the mafia in Canada's real estate industry later. Interesting Factoid - Montreal Godfather Nicolo (Nick) Rizzuto was shot and killed with a sniper rifle through the kitchen window of his house (I don't know which house is his, but I am guessing it is one with nice big kitchen windows). The hitman whom the police believe did it was Toronto's Salvatore (Sam) Calautti, working for a rival family, was gunned down by a hitman working for the Rizzuto family in Toronto in July 2013. Note - Vito Rizzuto, Nicolo's son and the Montreal Godfather sinc...
Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal / The Mafia in Canada 10/02/2013 22:17:18
    

The photo you are looking at above is a Google Street View photo of Antoine Berthelet Avenue in Montreal. The reason why is because the homes on this quiet looking street are home to many of the Sicilian mobster families in Canada - which incidentally make a lot of interesting real estate deals thanks to corrupt government officials and dirty politicians. The street is basically Canada's mafia headquarters - and they are filthy stinking rich, so they should have some pretty interesting houses right? The Sicilian families who live there - all part of the Rizzuto family syndicate - own the whole street. So lets look at some of the nicer houses on the street and see what kind of houses known criminals live in. (You can do this yourself on Google Street View sometime, it is really fun.) So I shall post some photos of the houses I think look best and then we can talk about their houses and later the role of the mafia in Canada's real estate industry later. Interesting Factoid - Montreal Godfather Nicolo (Nick) Rizzuto was shot and killed with a sniper rifle through the kitchen window of his house (I don't know which house is his, but I am guessing it is one with nice big kitchen windows). The hitman whom the police believe did it was Toronto's Salvatore (Sam) Calautti, working for a rival family, was gunned down by a hitman working for the Rizzuto family in Toronto in July 2013. Note - Vito Rizzuto, Nicolo's son and the Montreal Godfather sinc...
Finding a good real estate agent 09/26/2013 05:35:13
    Whether you plan to sell your current home or buy a new home, you need to find a real estate agent you can depend on. Sometimes it is difficult to know where to begin looking, especially if you don't have a good and solid referral from a friend or family member. Doing the research yourself can be time-consuming, difficult and frustrating since you won't always be able to find all the necessary information to give you a full picture of prospective agents to help you figure out who might best serve your needs. When it comes to finding the ideal realtor for you, Agent Harvest has tools and resources to make quick work of finding a real estate agent who will quickly and efficiently help you buy a new home or sell your current home. This online referral firm specializes in finding top-rated real estate agents, leasing agents and giving you a general idea of all the things you should know about buying and selling a home. Even if you have experience with either, if you haven't been in the market either way for a while, you probably imagine things have changed. Enlisting the help of a qualified and professional agent with a high referral from a reputed agency will ease your mind since your agent will do all the leg work and heavy lifting in the purchase or sale of your home. Looking for an agent through this performance-based referral service makes your search simpler and more clear cut since real estate agents have to meet Agent Harvest's high standards in the industry. Each agent ...

Finding a good real estate agent
Worst condo sales in a decade in Toronto, August 09/26/2013 05:35:07
    

The number of new condos that sold in the Greater Toronto Area during the month of August 2013 dropped to a mere 633, making it the lowest level for that month in a decade, according to RealNet Canada Inc. That is a 18% drop from the dismal 772 sales in August 2012. And way below the 1,923 sales in August of 2011. Toronto’s condo market is cooling so fast it has policy makers in Ottawa worried that if the condo market collapses, the housing market might go too - and thus dropping Canada into the biggest recession we have seen in decades. (2007-2009 will seem like a minor blip). The Finance Department and Bank of Canada are justifiably concerned. Finance Minister Jim Flaherty expressed concern in 2012 that too many new condo units were being built, a phenomenon that will ultimately lead to a crash - especially since so many were being built on credit borrowed from Canadian banks . The Bank of Canada has said that such a financial crash will pose a threat to the country’s broader economy and possibly even hurt the US economy too as many American investors are amongst those investing in Toronto condos with the intention of flipping them for a profit. Real estate agents, brokers and pundits (myself amongst them) say the warnings have already been having an impact on the market, by causing some buyers to think twice about getting in to the Toronto condo market. But is it enough to prevent a crash by warning people not to invest? Doubtful. Most of the investors are Americans o...
Finding a good real estate agent 09/25/2013 20:33:30
    Whether you plan to sell your current home or buy a new home, you need to find a real estate agent you can depend on. Sometimes it is difficult to know where to begin looking, especially if you don't have a good and solid referral from a friend or family member. Doing the research yourself can be time-consuming, difficult and frustrating since you won't always be able to find all the necessary information to give you a full picture of prospective agents to help you figure out who might best serve your needs. When it comes to finding the ideal realtor for you, Agent Harvest has tools and resources to make quick work of finding a real estate agent who will quickly and efficiently help you buy a new home or sell your current home. This online referral firm specializes in finding top-rated real estate agents, leasing agents and giving you a general idea of all the things you should know about buying and selling a home. Even if you have experience with either, if you haven't been in the market either way for a while, you probably imagine things have changed. Enlisting the help of a qualified and professional agent with a high referral from a reputed agency will ease your mind since your agent will do all the leg work and heavy lifting in the purchase or sale of your home. Looking for an agent through this performance-based referral service makes your search simpler and more clear cut since real estate agents have to meet Agent Harvest's high standards in the industry. Each agent ...

Finding a good real estate agent
Finding a good real estate agent 09/25/2013 20:02:53
    Whether you plan to sell your current home or buy a new home, you need to find a real estate agent you can depend on. Sometimes it is difficult to know where to begin looking, especially if you don't have a good and solid referral from a friend or family member. Doing the research yourself can be time-consuming, difficult and frustrating since you won't always be able to find all the necessary information to give you a full picture of prospective agents to help you figure out who might best serve your needs. When it comes to finding the ideal realtor for you, Agent Harvest has tools and resources to make quick work of finding a real estate agent who will quickly and efficiently help you buy a new home or sell your current home. This online referral firm specializes in finding top-rated real estate agents, leasing agents and giving you a general idea of all the things you should know about buying and selling a home. Even if you have experience with either, if you haven't been in the market either way for a while, you probably imagine things have changed. Enlisting the help of a qualified and professional agent with a high referral from a reputed agency will ease your mind since your agent will do all the leg work and heavy lifting in the purchase or sale of your home. Looking for an agent through this performance-based referral service makes your search simpler and more clear cut since real estate agents have to meet Agent Harvest's high standards in the industry. Each agent ...

Finding a good real estate agent
Finding a good real estate agent 09/25/2013 19:32:55
    Whether you plan to sell your current home or buy a new home, you need to find a real estate agent you can depend on. Sometimes it is difficult to know where to begin looking, especially if you don't have a good and solid referral from a friend or family member. Doing the research yourself can be time-consuming, difficult and frustrating since you won't always be able to find all the necessary information to give you a full picture of prospective agents to help you figure out who might best serve your needs. When it comes to finding the ideal realtor for you, Agent Harvest has tools and resources to make quick work of finding a real estate agent who will quickly and efficiently help you buy a new home or sell your current home. This online referral firm specializes in finding top-rated real estate agents, leasing agents and giving you a general idea of all the things you should know about buying and selling a home. Even if you have experience with either, if you haven't been in the market either way for a while, you probably imagine things have changed. Enlisting the help of a qualified and professional agent with a high referral from a reputed agency will ease your mind since your agent will do all the leg work and heavy lifting in the purchase or sale of your home. Looking for an agent through this performance-based referral service makes your search simpler and more clear cut since real estate agents have to meet Agent Harvest's high standards in the industry. Each agent ...

Finding a good real estate agent
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