How to Buy a Toronto Condo in 2018: New Rules + Tips

Whether you’re a first-time buyer or a seasoned investor, there are new rules in 2018 that you will want to understand if you plan to buy a condo in Toronto. In this blog post we […]

2017 Toronto Condo Market in Review

Looking back over the last twelve months, 2017 is likely to be remembered in the history of Canadian real estate. We really haven’t seen anything like it in a long time. Shocking price growth combined […]

What You Want to Know About Electric Vehicle Charging in Condos

Since September, the province of Ontario has started rolling out changes to the Condominium Act after a lengthy review of issues from condo boards and owners. Looking ahead to more changes in the new year, […]

Federal Court Rules TREB to Release Housing Market Data

The Federal Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of the Competition Bureau against the Toronto Real Estate Board in the long-standing struggle over the public release of TREB’s housing market sales data. With today’s […]

These Are the Features Condo Dwellers Want

What features do condo dwellers want? That is a question every builder should be asking, but it might also be a question condo dwellers are asking themselves. If you are going to live in a […]

Urban Dwellers Are Dissatisfied with Housing Options

“If we are bold and ambitious we can build a city that could be an example for many other cities in the world.” – Gil Penalosa, founder of 8 80 Cities.   Is it safe […]

This Shady Listing Strategy is Borderline False Advertising

There was a recent condo listing in the Queen West neighbourhood that caught our attention. You may have seen it. You may have called your Condo Pro in hopes of learning more and placing an […]

Vancouver Real Estate Has Split into Two Separate Markets

According to our Vancouver Condo Pros, there is a consensus that the real estate landscape in Vancouver has been divided into two separate markets; one for single-family detached houses and another for condos and townhouses. […]

How Your Buying Power May Change Under New Mortgage Stress Test

Stricter mortgage regulations are coming January 1, 2018. It’s time to think about what that means for you. Back in October of 2016, the federal government implemented new mortgage rules, endearingly known as “stress tests”, […]

Toronto Condos that Allow Short-Term Rentals Like Airbnb

The city of Toronto is set to roll out new legislation to regulate how short-term rentals like Airbnb can operate. At September’s Word on the Street festival, the Toronto Star held a panel discussion about […]