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At a recent speed-dating event for potential co-homeowners, guests who range from millennials to seniors have come to find The One — a match made in real estate heaven.
They’re given a list of questions to ask each other. “I haven’t seen many co-ownership deals,” she responds, adding that she would like to find a home in the Beaches area. The housing matchmaker behind this event is Lesli Gaynor, a social worker-turned-Royal Le Page realtor who launched a company called Go Co Solutions to help people get into Toronto’s red-hot real estate market through co-ownership.Karen Turner and Kelly Wilk just co-purchased a home in the upper Beaches area of Toronto.Both in their late 30s, they have been friends since they were roommates during first year university.The events see single book-lovers gathering at libraries with a meaningful book tucked under their arm, hoping to find love amongst bookshelves. It’s very isolating at times.”On a rainy Friday evening 64 singles packed into a library basement near College St. They were split into two age groups – ages 20 to 34 and ages 35 and up.“I can say firsthand it can be really difficult to meet people,” said Nancy-Anne Davies, a librarian at the Lillian H. “You have those moments where you’re on a bus or a subway and you look up and everyone is on their cellphones and no body is talking to each other . All wore randomly assigned nametags — Holden Caulfield, Tyler Durden and Hermione Granger emblazoned cardigans.And while it may seem daunting to put together a personal profile that others will read, it really is just a case of being clear, concise and positive.