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Survey says: 46% of baby boomers are considering downsizing to condos; 17% intend to sell within 5 years
Demographics is an irresistible force. Baby boomers, a massive cohort of the population, are getting set to retire. Not surprisingly, they intend to downsize, now that the nest is empty. But is ...
Home sales up 18.6% in July 2018 year-over-year; selling prices up an average of 4.8% to $782,129
Breaking the trends, sales surged to 6,961 in July 2018, according to TREB, a gain of 18.6% over the same period last year. The average price (all home types) for the City ...
Home sales up 18.6% in July 2018 year-over-year; selling prices up an average of 4.8% to $782,129
Survey says: 46% of baby boomers are considering downsizing to condos; 17% intend to sell within 5 years
Condo owner wins case against tenant who rented the condo more than 70 times on Airbnb — without her permission
Condo prices up 5.4% year-over-year for second quarter 2018; 6.5% up in Toronto; new condominium listings down 15.9%
Urban goes vertical: Canadians looking for condos as average home prices soar; What $495,100 will buy you in 50 cities
Canada’s largest city: neighbourhood full demographic profiles: part 1 — Ward 22 waterfront, Toronto island and lower core
The Affordability Myth: current definition of an affordable rental “out of reach” for many
Bank of Canada: Toronto market stabilizing; Toronto also leads sales activity nationally for June while national home sales rose 4.1 percent May to June
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The Affordability Myth: current definition of an affordable rental “out of reach” for many
Tackling Toronto's affordability issue begins with the definition of what's affordable. The current definition is "any unit where the total cost of rent, utilities and taxes is at or below the city's ...
We get to choose: Toronto invited to choose from 10 designs for two new waterfront parks: the creative greening of Toronto
Toronto is getting a little greener with two new waterfront parks planned. The really good news: Torontonians can help choose the designs. From a shortlist of five proposals for each — ten ...
Condo owner wins case against tenant who rented the condo more than 70 times on Airbnb — without her permission
Condo owner Sandra Jovasevic was shocked to discover her tenant rented her condo out through Airbnb more than seventy times. Although the practice is common, it is not usually permitted — at ...
Urban goes vertical: Canadians looking for condos as average home prices soar; What $495,100 will buy you in 50 cities
Toronto's about urban lifestyle, access, amenities and vibrant economy — it's not about mega homes and lots of bedrooms. If you're willing to go vertical, the average price of a home nationally, ...
Condo Design Ideas to Inspire Your Inner Artist
​If you are the artistic type, then you will want your home to reflect that. Sometimes, though, we can fall victim to artists block and have trouble coming up with ideas that ...
Canada’s largest city: neighbourhood full demographic profiles: part 1 — Ward 22 waterfront, Toronto island and lower core
At 2.8 million people and growing fast, Toronto is Canada's largest city — and by far its most diverse. Surrounding Toronto is the "Greater Toronto Area" — full of economic opportunities that ...
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