Having an experienced listing agent is crucial to ensure you earn the most for your property no matter what the current state of the Toronto real estate market is. Here are a few reasons why experience is key when selling your home.
We’re always told to dream big as kids. However, those wild and crazy ideas your imagination is capable of seem to quickly disappear as you get older. This isn’t the case for architect Tye Farrow. Inspired by places like Ontario Place and the Science Centre, Farrow is putting a creative spin on a Toronto staple: The Bloor Viaduct.
As you get ready to sell it’s important to take into account whatever animals are in your home, because well let’s be honest it’s their home too and not everyone will love your pets as much as you do.
The Toronto real estate market is NOT a buyer’s market and it’s actually much healthier than what the media has been projecting. Toronto real estate may have slowed as far as sales are concerned but that isn’t the whole picture.
With issues arising in Toronto condos regarding “alleged hijacking of boards of directors”, the Ontario government hopes their new consumer protection laws will create more sustainable and healthy condo communities.
Real estate sales are down 6.7% in June when compared to May 2017. BUT it still not a buyer’s market in Toronto despite what the media is saying. Read on to find out why.
Seeking to offer a unique retail and lifestyle experience to the Dufferin and Bloor area, this Capital Developments proposal is backed by an impressive who’s-who of urban planners, designers and architects. The proposal appears to offer the neighbourhood exactly what its residents have been asking for, and likely a few things they didn’t even know they needed.
The media has been acting like the sky is falling but The Bank of Canada raised their rates by a 0.25% increase. So, what does this really mean for the Toronto housing market?
Looks like the south-east core has a sexy new future in the works. Currently Canada’s largest commercial development, First Gulf is essentially creating a new city neighbourhood. It’s like a city within a city: office and retail spaces, parks and public spaces, restaurants and a huge new transit hub. Nothing has been forgotten!