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New Pickering Development Sells Out 95% in First Week

In just one week, CentreCourt sold 95% of its pre-construction condo units during the first-phase launch of Pickering City Centre — a sprawling high-rise development planned for the site of the Pickering Town Centre mall.

Fall Condo Insider

How The Pandemic, And Policy, Have Changed The Condo Launch

The past few years have markedly changed the condo launch experience. For developers who make it to launch day it’s no longer the sales-filled party it once was.

Real Estate News

Toronto Committee Of Adjustment Delays Add Up To $58K To Renos, Infills: Study

On average, decision timelines for Committee of Adjustment applications ran 95 days, which the study notes is 65 days longer than the 30-day standard required by the ​Province of Ontario's Planning Act and 32 days longer than the 63-day target set by the City.

Meet the Agent

Meet The Agent: Callum Wallace, Engel & Völkers Oakville

It's time to say "Hello" to real estate agent Callum Wallace of Engel & Völkers Oakville, who serves the west Greater Toronto Area.


Famed Canadian Landscape Architect Claude Cormier Dies At 63

Claude Cormier was the creative visionary behind a number of iconic — and often whimsical — public spaces in major Canadian cities.

Real Estate News

Poilievre Housing Plan Takes A Page Out Of Ontario's Book

Dubbed the Building Homes Not Bureaucracy Act, Poilievre's plan focuses on getting municipalities to build more homes, and penalizing them for not keeping up with set targets.

Real Estate News

Feds' First Housing Accelerator Project Gives $74M To London

The Housing Accelerator Fund is a $4B initiative intended to fast-track the creation of 100,000 new middle-class homes across Canada by 2024-2025.

Real Estate News

Tune In: RESCON Housing Summit To Tackle Crisis Solutions

Several speakers, including Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow and Smart Prosperity Institute's Mike Moffat, will speak at RESCON's free housing summit on how to tackle the ongoing crisis and meaningfully boost supply.


Three Years After "Low For A Long Time" Promise, BoC Rates Could See 11th Hike

“If you’ve got a mortgage or if you’re considering making a major purchase, or you’re a business and you’re considering making an investment, you can be confident rates will be low for a long time,” Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem said at a press conference in July 2020.

Real Estate News

'It's Never Been About Housing': Liberal Leader Slams Ford's Greenbelt Plans

Minister of Housing Paul Calandra deflected when asked why Greenbelt land is being used as a first resort to build more housing, but Interim Ontario Liberal Leader John Fraser had a few ideas.

Real Estate News

Toronto Approves New Housing-Related Revenue Streams

The City of Toronto will implement new Municipal Land Transfer Tax rates of up to 7.5% on high-value homes as it looks to potentially increase the Vacant Home Tax to 3%.