TRENDING: Affordable Housing, A So-Called Housing Bubble And The EX
Everything you need to know to keep you in the know…
Who killed her? Who can you trust? And how well do you really know your neighbours?
Is there a real estate bubble? Toronto realtor Scott Shallow doesn’t believe it—at least not for the Toronto real estate market.
It’s that time of year again! The CNE officially opens this weekend and this year they’re offering all sorts of sweet deals.
Bloor Yorkville is about to get even more chic.
There’s so much to see and do at the CNE that two weeks never seems long enough.
Condo sales in the Greater Toronto Area are soaring, but that doesn’t mean there’s a lack of interest in detached homes.
No one questions that homelessness has reached crisis proportions in Toronto; the discussion now is about what to do.
The Canadian National Exhibition is known for its crazy foods.
There’s a long history of murky rules around pet ownership within the world of Ontario condos.
Can you believe we’re already halfway through August?
Track repairs, signal testing and HVAC installments.
With the CNE officially on this weekend, you can expect an increase in traffic along King St. W. and Lake Shore.
For $1.1 million, you can get a 1,000 sq. ft. condo in Leaside or you could own this 180+ acre site on a private lake.
It doesn’t look like the housing bubble will pop anytime soon
It hasn’t been easy for Canadians to find affordable housing.
The latest rent report from Padmapper is about to make Torontonians groan.
Not only are homes becoming more unaffordable across Canada, but so it rent.
If you own a home, you may have more benefits at your fingertips than claiming title to the property and taking advantage of certain tax benefits.
Are you restless at night? It might be because your room is too hot.
Kelita Klein left her own tech startup to bring that same startup ethos of lean efficiency to the real estate world.
While Canadians often complain about the cost of consumer electronics, many of them can, in fact, save you money both in the short and long term.
Getting ready for back to school will be a bit different for the thousands of students who will be moving into dormitories into just a few weeks.