With sales and listings down through October and November, prices and competition are up in the Toronto real estate market. Read the November report here.
If your resolution is to stop paying rent and take the leap into homeownership, we’ve got four essential tips to help you buy a Toronto condo in 2019.
Whether you bought because you had some sound real estate advice or just simply wanted to take that next step in your life, how do you turn the equity you’ve made in your home and start building a real estate portfolio?
Sales rise 6%, prices climb 3.5% as TREB warns of continued demand and a lack of supply leading to a tightening of Toronto’s real estate market.
With rising condo prices, first-time buyers are faced with serious competition for a condo within their budget. Follow these key steps ahead of starting your condo search to know you'll be ready to offer with confidence.
Saving for a down payment can be a huge hurdle in the buying process. If the full 20% down payment seems out of reach, let’s discuss why paying the premium of mortgage insurance may be better than waiting to save the full 20% down.
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.
Sales are up and listings are down year-over-year but this September we watched as sellers returned to the Toronto Real Estate market in herds… but that doesn’t mean Toronto has escaped its housing supply issues.
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?