O’Hara Avenue (near Queen and Lansdowne). Listed at $949,000, sold for $1,050,000. This place had only two bedrooms, but it was detached and had a finished unit in the basement, so they could have counted on rental income to help pay down the mortgage. They also loved the fact that it was close to the Gardiner, which would have erased a chunk of their morning commute—and it didn’t hurt that Jordan’s brother lived nearby. But there was a problem: an improperly supported rear addition had left the building with a pronounced slant that would have cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to fix. It seemed too expensive, so they passed.