While scrolling through Craigslist or Kijiji can be a scintillating way to spend what little free time you have, more and more renters are opting to employ the services of a real estate agent to help them in their quest for the perfect apartment.
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?
It’s a love-hate relationship between AirBnB and Toronto but are they really to blame for the lack of Toronto rental inventory?
Can you really raise children in a so called “box in the sky”? Absolutely. And here are all the reasons why condo families are getting it right.
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.
Are you thinking about investing in Toronto real estate? These tips will help you identify the most lucrative investment properties.
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.
Whether you rent or own, it’s likely your Toronto home doesn’t meet all of your storage needs. Here are few ingenious ways our clients have made the most of their small spaces.
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.
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.