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Are condominium owners fitter than house-owners: 12 reasons why they (probably) are healthier
In cities such as Hong Kong, where most people live in smaller-than-small condos or rental apartments, surveys have found that apartment dwellers are often healthier and fitter than house-owners. No, it's not ...
Home building starts up for Ontario 50%; up 58% multi-residences and condos in Toronto, 29% for all types
Builders are pushing forward with new home building, largely unaffected by the sales-pause in the real estate market. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp data shows Ontario growth August starts up 29% in ...
Are condominium owners fitter than house-owners: 12 reasons why they (probably) are healthier
It’s apple time: Ontario’s favorite day-trip activity is back — a list of pick-your-own apple orchards with kids activities
Going away on holiday? Renting or selling your vacant condo? Ten tips to keep your property safe.
69% of young professionals want to buy units with three or more bedrooms: Environics
50,000 jobs lost after minimum wage increase? Financial Accountability Office (Ontario) cautions young people to be ready.
Demographics and low inventory put pressure on Toronto’s real estate prices to increase: Toronto’s population to hit 7.1 million by 2019
Home building starts up for Ontario 50%; up 58% multi-residences and condos in Toronto, 29% for all types
The half-million dollar question: why buy a condominium in Toronto? Fall market finds its “legs” as buyers adjust to new prices
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It’s apple time: Ontario’s favorite day-trip activity is back — a list of pick-your-own apple orchards with kids activities
Ontario is famous for its apple orchards, and no activity is more iconic of fall than the day-trip to an apple orchard to "pick your own." Apple's straight off the branch simply ...
Toronto’s Green Standard: How Toronto planning rules help keep Toronto environmentally-friendly
Toronto's Green Standard (TGS) are a set of guidelines for projects and buildings in Toronto — and is one of the reasons Toronto continues to lead in "green living" as an urban ...
Ask the Lawyer: Can a landlord evict a month-to-month tenant in good standing?
A reader asks: “I’ve been a tenant in the same condo for two years, but I’m now month to month.  The landlord hasn’t renewed my lease. (He’s a doctor in another country, but ...
Going away on holiday? Renting or selling your vacant condo? Ten tips to keep your property safe.
One of the perks of high-rise condo living is that freedom to leave for a holiday or extended stays without worrying too much about the homestead.  Most condominiums have a concierge, secure ...
Designer Nike Onile transforms a 464 square foot condo into a place “I would love to call home.”
With the move towards "vertical living" in Toronto, there's also a need to "think small." Especially for singles or couples — who might opt to buy under 500 square feet for their ...
Tridel Home Builder of the Year (Mid/HighRise), Green Builder of the Year, and People’s Choice Award — tops the awards list at 2017 37th BILD Awards
Tridel often tops the honours list at the annual BILD Awards, but this year the GTA's best known developer brought home the most coveted awards: Home Builder of the Year (Mid/HighRise), Green ...
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