In early 2017 “Moving to Canada” went viral across North America and although we may not be trending at the same pace today, we know there are many of you still looking to migrate to our Great White North.Among the many beautiful cities in Canada, Toronto is one of the most desirable destinations for foreigners. [...]
Whether you’re looking to buy a home or are simply dreaming of one, realtor.ca is a sufficient tool to start browsing around. But that’s pretty much all it’s good for. In today’s highly fierce real estate market, you need a competitive advantage to ensure you get that home of your dreams when it hits [...]
Toronto’s average sale prices remain well above 2016 levels but a number of municipalities are still down from 2017’s peak market. If you are thinking about buying this year, the time is now as TREB predicts continued, gradual price growth on the horizon.
The Toronto real estate market is always in flux and, as an investor you should be ready to switch up your strategy to maximize your dollars and of course, your ROI.
It’s been four years since Quality Meat Packers Ltd. shut down their slaughterhouse in the Niagara neighbourhood. The residual foul odour has remained a point of contention. But good news is on the horizon. Plans include a fully excavated cavity... to you know maybe remove that delightful lingering smell.
Toronto real estate prices still remain well above 2016 and are outpacing historical growth of 5% a year. But if you’re thinking about buying and you’ve been hoping for prices below their 2017 peak, you’re in luck — as long as you pick the right community.
Don’t believe the latest narrative in the news, despite the alarming headlines the Toronto real estate market is on track for another record year. Sales levels aren’t the entire picture. We discuss local statistics, inventory levels and click bait.
Real estate in January is historically slow, with the addition of the fair housing plan, changes to the mortgage qualification rules and increased borrowing cost it’s no wonder we saw prices fall by 4.1% year-over-year. Experts predict though if you’re thinking buying now is the time!!
At a time when the city’s vacancy rate is hovering around 1% and rental competition is crazy, one Toronto community is taking to the streets, or rather the laneways with a possible solution to this urban dilemma.
Yesterday was better than today, but today is better than tomorrow because the longer you wait, the less your actual money is worth in the Toronto real estate market.