We break down the math on how much it costs to buy a condo in Toronto in 2019. From closing costs and land transfer taxes to buyer rebates and mortgage rates.
When it comes to rent versus buy Toronto, 2019 may be the year to really look at your finances and weigh the pros and cons of renting vs buying.
Realtor.ca is the perfect search tool if you’re a passive browser, but if you’re a serious buyer it can leave you locked out of what could have been your dream home come true. We discuss exactly when you should be using their search tool.
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.
The Toronto condo market is nothing short of thriving. While many young professionals seek the urban lifestyle, it seems many baby-boomers and empty-nesters are making the transition from suburban to urban lifestyle as well.