With the success of Toronto's condo market, there's a new reality of trading prices across the city. Read on to learn why $1,000 per square foot is Toronto's new real estate norm.
You want to keep growing your real estate portfolio: what's the best move to make? Do you sell or hold that asset? We break down the numbers to help you maximize your money.
The bustling Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood is soon to become a lot more accessible. In anticipation of the future Eglinton Crosstown LRT, Line 5 Condos is a master planned community slated to be move-in ready ahead of the Line 5 LRT opening in 2023.
The competition for Toronto pre-construction condos is high and the process can feel quite rushed. To ensure you fully understand the process and the steps to purchase, let’s take a closer look at builder worksheets, or as we like to call them, suite request worksheets.
Condo maintenance fees are the price you pay for a hassle-free, amenity-filled lifestyle. So what exactly do they cover and how much do they cost?
As more baby boomers begin looking for places to downsize, we're putting the spotlight on Toronto's St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood and why it may just be the perfect place to do so.
There are many phases that take place before a condo is ready for its residents. Let's delve into the phases of pre-construction condos from sales to occupancy.
Average sale prices are up 4.7% in August year-over-year inline with Toronto’s historical average growth rate marking a heathy stable market.
The process of buying a Toronto pre-construction condo can be a bit confusing compared to a traditional resale purchase, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve selected five frequently asked questions our clients have asked when buying their pre-construction condos.
Toronto City Council has approved to amend zoning by-laws to allow for laneway suites. With nearly 300 kilometres of laneways throughout the city of Toronto and an increasing need for affordable housing, it seems we’re finally able to tap into this incredible housing solution that’s been in our backyards all along.