Toronto’s average sale prices remain well above 2016 levels but a number of municipalities are still down from 2017’s peak market. If you are thinking about buying this year, the time is now as TREB predicts continued, gradual price growth on the horizon.
When a buyer walks into your home you want them having all the feels. Implement these tips before you list to ensure you’re making the best first impression and leaving buyers giddy.
We've picked out ten of the hottest home design trends for 2018. Which trends will you incorporate to elevate your home's style?
A new development is proposed for the intersection of Bloor and Dundas and we’re impressed. 2,600 residential units, split 50/50 between purpose built rentals and condos for purchase will be coming to the area along with a new modernized Secondary School and a new transit station.
The Toronto real estate market is always in flux and, as an investor you should be ready to switch up your strategy to maximize your dollars and of course, your ROI.
The city announced its plans for The Meadoway, a 16-kilometre long park. The Meadoway will connect sections along an existing hydro corridor and will stretch from Rouge National Urban Park in Scarborough to the trails that follow the DVP right into the downtown core.
It’s been four years since Quality Meat Packers Ltd. shut down their slaughterhouse in the Niagara neighbourhood. The residual foul odour has remained a point of contention. But good news is on the horizon. Plans include a fully excavated cavity... to you know maybe remove that delightful lingering smell.
Toronto real estate prices still remain well above 2016 and are outpacing historical growth of 5% a year. But if you’re thinking about buying and you’ve been hoping for prices below their 2017 peak, you’re in luck — as long as you pick the right community.
Whether you’ve purchased a luxury condo or a two bedroom townhouse, one thing you can be certain of is that moving can be stressful. Here are some handy tips and tricks to help prep you for the big day.
Not all real estate is created equal. When you’re looking to spend your money on a property in Toronto, how do you know a good deal from a bad deal? We show you how you can search out the right investment opportunity.