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Why priced-out city-dwellers are eyeing cottage country

Why priced-out city-dwellers are eyeing cottage country

By TESS KALINOWSKI Real Estate Reporter Fri., May 18, 2018 Stephen Hertel and husband Daniel Rawlins were in the market for a house but couldn’t come close to affording what they wanted in Toronto. So they joined a growing number of first-time urban buyers, and they...
Don’t go it alone – Let me guide you

Don’t go it alone – Let me guide you

When you head into a condo sales office to check out a model unit and browse through floor plans, a major thing to keep in mind is that the sales staff, while knowledgeable in regards to that particular development, work directly for the builder and don’t necessarily...
Top things to consider when buying a condo

Top things to consider when buying a condo

Pro: Fewer maintenance and repair responsibilities – We can’t all be MacGyver when it comes to maintaining our homes (that hair, though!). Luckily, living in a condo means that someone else will take care of these things for you. The maintenance fees that you pay...
Toronto’s Rental Market

Toronto’s Rental Market

Real estate purchase prices in the GTA are rising higher all the time, with the average detached home price recently crossing the $1 million mark, and average condo prices now sitting at $369,655 in Toronto and $355,623 in suburban GTA areas. When you factor in the...
The Toronto Condo Bust That Wasn’t

The Toronto Condo Bust That Wasn’t

GLOBAL NEWS HEADSHOTS, OCT 2015 (Katherine Holland, 2015) By Jamie Sturgeon, Global News Whatever happened to Toronto’s condo bubble? The average price of a condominium in the city popped more than 17 per cent in February compared to what the same unit would have sold...