If you paid any attention to the housing market at all this year, you know there were some big moves made on a national, provincial, and municipal level. With that in mind, we reviewed all of 2019 and put together a list of 2019 highlights.
It looks like the City of Toronto is planning on starting the next decade on a high note with the approval of the ambitious (and pricey) HousingTO 2020-2030 Action Plan.
As this is my final article of the year, I thought I’d reflect a little bit on 2019 and share my thoughts on what the new decade may hold for Toronto real estate.
Can’t afford to buy a home on your own? Then maybe you should take a look at this new Guide to Co-owning a home, which was recently released by the province of Ontario.
It looks like the City of Toronto’s property taxes are set to increase over the next few years. Depending on who I ask, people are either indifferent, happy, or furious.
Looking forward to the new year, new homeowners may feel more confident in Ontario’s new home warranty system, as the province has announced a complete overhaul of the Tarion Warranty Corporation.
The start of a new decade is right around the corner, and with the housing affordability crisis still looming in Toronto, real estate is on a lot of people’s minds.
Some new home sales figures for the Greater Toronto Area came out at the beginning of this week, and it got me thinking about various housing market initiatives addressing affordability.
According to a recent report, Ontario is the third most energy efficient province in Canada, but there is plenty of room for improvement.
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