The Realtors of Oz: Bidding wars are unnecessarily sleazy

Ah, spring. Chirping birds, budding flowers, and bloodthirsty bidding wars on Toronto’s frenzied real estate scene. Two weeks ago, a detached house in tony Lawrence Park confirmed that we’re in the busiest, silliest buying-and-selling season: The brick fixer-upper was listed for $699,000 in a million-dollar neighbourhood, then drew a ludicrous 72 bids before selling for $1.3-million.

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