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.
Whether you’re renting or owning, we discuss the simple things you can do to reduce your energy consumption around your home and build a greener Canada.
First-time buyers and those looking to renew their mortgage are faced with Canada's stricter lending guidelines and higher interest rates. For those already locked in a mortgage, you may want to consider increasing your mortgage payments ahead of your mortgage renewal.
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.
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.
There's a lot to know when selling your home, but how do you know if your agent really has your best interests at heart? We uncover some of the real estate tactics your agent might be using that are actually losing you money.
Every homeowner has experienced buying, but those who’ve also sold have a few things they want to share with you. Read on to ensure you’re not caught off-guard like they were when you list your Toronto home.
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…