With 2016 weighing in as a record year, we’ve heard a lot of negative market comments — but all signs are pointing to stronger 2017 fall market conditions.
With pre-construction investors often have an option of selling via assignment but there are a number of reasons why you should choose to rent instead.
Whether you’re thinking about purchasing or have already purchased, Canada’s new lending rules will affect any buyers purchasing or closing with conditions after January 1, 2018.
We’ve been saying it for months now but it’s official, the strength of the Toronto real estate market is back on the rise. Here are a few highlights from the month of September.
Are you thinking about investing in Toronto real estate? These tips will help you identify the most lucrative investment properties.
As an investor in the market for an up-and-coming property in Toronto, one of the best ways to target potential ‘big-wins’ in developing neighbourhoods is to track gentrification. Below are some tips for identifying neighbourhoods that might be on their way up.
Proposed changes will tighten mortgage qualification rules and require homebuyers to face a stress test at 4.84%. Hardest hit will be first time buyers.
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.
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?