When it comes to buying real estate, there’s a bit more to the reno vs ready equation than meets the eye. This means if you’re on a budget, you’ll be walking a fine line between your reno allowance and a cash downpayment large enough to actually get you that fixer-upper.
2017 was a volatile year for Toronto real estate but nonetheless, Q4 finished out strong with condo prices up 14.4% year-over-year.
Investing isn’t a one size fits all strategy. Understand your goals, know what questions to ask and choose a strategy that fits within your means. We discuss your options in our latest post.
There are many reasons why people choose to invest in real estate but can you really expect a cash flow positive property in the current Toronto market?
Toronto is showing signs of a healthy market “bucking the regular season trend” of a slow November. Leading the trend is the condo market, up 17.7% in 2017.
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.