As home prices continue to rise in Ontario, first-time buyers are getting slightly less optimistic and are seeking out larger financial gifts from friends and family, according to recent survey results.
The Building Industry and Land Development Association released the midpoint results of its Building Answers campaign, revealing the three most asked questions that Greater Toronto Area residents have for the new home building industry.
If you look out on your balcony or terrace right now, it’s likely in pretty rough shape...you probably haven’t used it in half a year! The fact that you only get use of your balcony for six months is even more of a reason to make the most of it.
Have you started your spring cleaning yet? It’s important to do more than simply dusting and cleaning surfaces. There are other parts of your home that need your attention, so we put together a home maintenance to-do list that you should complete in April
To get a better grasp on the housing market, we reached out to some industry professionals to get their opinions on a few hot topics. Our first Q&A was with Ben Myers, President of Bullpen Research & Consulting Inc.
Is it too late to jump on the Marie Kondo bandwagon? Her organizing philosophy is all about only owning things that “spark joy,” but we think this way of thinking can also be applied to moving into a new home!
Earlier this year, the Centre for Urban Research and Land Development released a report saying that the City of Toronto could afford to hike residential property taxes by approximately 20% when compared to the median GTHA municipality.