If you’re looking for the ‘perfect’ time to invest, it’s never going to come. But if you’re looking for a healthy, stable market to invest in with great growth potential then the Toronto condo market is yours for the investing — and primed for profit.
Our favourite thing about our home town is that there is absolutely a neighbourhood for everyone. This week we’re zeroing in on this notion and putting the spotlight on the Entertainment District. Not only is this neighbourhood full of life, it truly has something for everyone, or maybe all of your personas.
Change is in the air down at Front and Spadina. We’re taking a look at new development The Well: a multi-faceted development that will serve as a spectacular one-stop-shop community.
As of September 1, 2017 landlords evicting a tenant for personal use of the property will be required to pay the tenant one month’s rent as compensation. Read our tips for what this means to you as a landlord and how you should price your rental units.
In this month’s Neighbourhood Spotlight we take a look at another upcoming and HOT neighbourhood in Toronto, Queen & Broadview. We talk breweries, The Broadview Hotel, rising condo prices, Riverside Square Condos and a few more neighbourhood highlights.
In this month’s Neighbourhood Spotlight we take a look at Toronto’s latest upcoming area, Greenwood and The Danforth. We talk gentrification, rising house prices, Platform Condos, and a few neighbourhood highlights.
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.
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.
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!