The topic of renting in Toronto has become more and more of an anxiety inducing conversation for those freshly out of university or college who are making their first strides in a work environment.
With the federal election mere days away, the topic of housing affordability – and just what the next sitting government plans to do to alleviate it – continues to be at the top of Canadians’ minds.
The International Monetary Fund has confirmed what nearly everyone in the Greater Toronto Area’s new home building industry has been saying for the last few years - more supply is the answer to the affordability crisis.
A group of British Columbia real estate organizations recently made recommendations to the leading federal parties to help address housing issues in the province, and there are a couple ideas that seem like they might work in the GTA too.
You think Toronto’s residential rental market is tight now? According to a recent report from the Royal Bank of Canada, the demand for rent is only going to get stronger, and there’s not enough inventory to accommodate it.