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.
To help you beat out the competition in Toronto's rental market we’re offering insight into the dos and don’ts of applying for a Toronto rental property.
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.
Showing signs of continued strength in July the Toronto real estate market sales are up 18.6%, listings are down 1.8%, average home price is up 4.8% year-over-year. Check out your local neighbourhood stats.
Even amongst low inventory the Toronto real estate market rebounds and it’s the biggest monthly gain since 2004. Find out what neighbourhoods are driving these increases…
A Toronto staple, Evergreen Brick Works is taking the everGREEN approach to reducing their carbon footprint. They’ve proposed building a cable car over the Don Valley to lessen the amount of visitors arriving by car.
There are many reasons why so many people choose to call Toronto home and now that you’ve joined the club, here are the first five things you need to do after moving to Toronto.
26.2% less inventory has led to slower sales and increased competition in May’s Toronto real estate market. Smallest sales decrease in the last three months indicates TREB’s predictions for a stronger second half of the year may be correct.
We’ve created the Ultimate Guide to Toronto’s East End Breweries to make planning your sud-seeking quest a breeze. Whether you’re stocking up on new local brews from their bottle shops or plan to brewery-hop, here are eight of Toronto’s east end breweries you gotta try.
The abandoned brick warehouse at the corner of Eastern and Booth Avenue will soon be known as Wonder Condos. Undergoing a major overhaul, this once-was bread factory will soon be the hottest hard-loft conversion on the east end.