TRENDING: Downtown Mississauga, Detached Homes & The Stress Test
It’s no secret that driving in Toronto is a pain.
Things are looking up for the housing market in the Greater Toronto Area.
For those who agree with the City of Toronto’s preferred method of balancing growth and heritage preservation, King+ Condos is a model project.
Buying a property and renting it out is a classic way to make money in the world of real estate.
With the price of homes in Toronto being as high as they are, coming up with a decent down payment can be tough.
If you think buying a detached home in Toronto is impossible now, we hate to break it to you, but it’s probably getting worse.
The 91st Academy Awards gave Canadians something to be very proud of on Sunday night.
The 6ix is about to get a new cultural hub thanks to the University of Toronto.
Being the CEO of Canada’s largest housing provider comes with a lot of pressure and responsibility.
Homeowners beware: mortgage and home equity line of credit payments have increased significantly in the past year in two of Canada’s biggest cities.
Attention prospective homeowners: you can expect house prices in Canada to grow at a slow and steady pace over the next two years.
Jumbo shrimp. Open Secret. Virtual reality. Downtown Mississauga. Oxymorons, without a doubt. Or are they all? No. In fact, Downtown Mississauga will soon be a reality.
Spending almost eight million dollars on a bungalow sounds crazy, but once you see what this multi-million dollar listing has to offer, you’ll get it.
Getting a mortgage can be tough, especially with the price of houses these days.
The crime rate in Toronto is relatively low for a city of its size, but even so, security remains a concern for many condo dwellers.
Imagine having a realtor that can sell your home, build you a new one and then help you design and decorate it.
It’s hard enough to secure a condo in Toronto, without worrying about annoying neighbours.
One hundred and forty square feet might not sound like much, but it’s enough space to make a home.
Daylight saving time (or daylight savings time, as most of us say) is quickly approaching and as far as we’re concerned, it can’t come soon enough.