TRENDING: Cherry Blossoms, Flat Fee Realty And A Historic Farmhouse
Everything you need to know…
For $1.5 million, you could get a townhouse in Toronto, or you could get this five-bedroom, three-bathroom century home in Cobourg.
It’s not uncommon to hear tragic stories about cyclists who are run off the road while commuting around the city.
You can expect High Park to draw big crowds later this week.
If nothing else, the great Amazon HQ2 fiasco was a reminder to cities that they should be careful what they wish for.
If you have a Toronto library card, you can visit any Toronto History Museum for free this month.
High Park isn’t the only place where you’ll find cherry blossoms in the city.
The good news is that the vulnerability of the Canadian housing market is continuing to improve, according to CMHC.
Scotiabank Theatre is a staple in Toronto’s Entertainment District.
Brace yourselves, this weekend’s road closures are going to be pretty messy.
This weekend, there is only one TTC subway closure affecting three stations on Line 2.
It’s going to be a glorious weekend in the city.
If there’s one thing everyone knows about millennials, it’s that they love avocado toast.
The one thing most Ontarians can agree on is that there’s a pressing need for more affordable housing.
It’s no surprise that the majority of Canada’s most expensive homes are located in Vancouver.
The introduction of the stress test last year has made it more difficult for some Canadians to enter the market.
Ikea Canada just got greener.
Almost 90 per cent of Canadians would recommend their neighbourhood, according to a new survey released by RE/MAX this week.
Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Steve Clark announced he was tabling housing legislation that could mean big changes for the GTA housing market.
The advent of flat-fee service is challenging the traditional real estate model of how we sell a home.
In real estate circles, there are two pieces of sage advice for those trying to time the market: It’s best to be a winter buyer and a spring seller.
Before you even put in an offer, make sure you have your bases covered.