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?
Toronto has continued to be one of the most expensive cities in the world to live in. With ultra-low interest rates and supply and demand, we have seen homes hit a record price.
Starting June 1st, 2021, it’ll be harder for new and renewing mortgage borrowers to qualify for their home loan with the new mortgage stress test rules - a higher threshold for the “stress test” has come into effect.
The First-Time Home Buyer Incentive is designed to help you buy a home and lower your monthly mortgage payments. There have been some new changes to accommodate people as the Toronto Real Estate market has reached an all-time high.
The Bank of Canada announced ultra-low rates to stay as the economy recovers from the devastating COVID-19 impact. As unemployment rates increased to 9.4 percent, it was critical that Canadians needed help. The Bank of Canada has confirmed these low rates will stay well into 2022 to ensure a stable recovery.
Buying a condo in your twenties is a great long-term investment and will benefit you in the future. You'll be able to stop paying those monthly rental fees and instead start building your own equity over time.
When trying to sell a home in Toronto, which is better: virtual staging or physical staging? Here are the pros & cons of each so you can decide for yourself.
Buying a home is the largest investment you’ll make in your life so being aware of factors that could decrease your property’s value is essential before you buy. In this article we list different things to consider when you are buying or selling that can affect the value of your home: