According to the latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association, the average residential home will now set prospective home buyers back $525,000, though affordability challenges are much more acute in the nation’s priciest markets.
Though millennials may be the most educated and making a decent amount of money, homeownership still seems like a “pipedream” to many of them, according to the results of a new poll commissioned by KPMG.
Driving around the suburbs at this time of year, you get to take in the holiday decorations lining the streets. You can’t say the same about walking home through the hall of your condo building.
Nearly all Canadians believe the average household is in too much debt, and it looks like everyone is right. The results of the Manulife Bank Debt Survey shows that 40% of indebted Canadians do not expect to escape their debt in their lifetimes.
It looks like it could be a long, harsh winter! Accu-weather predicts Ontario to have cold, stormy weather and Arctic blasts. The GTA can expect significant snowfall. This could be the perfect time to think about saving energy.
One of the benefits of living in a condo building is the lack of maintenance required on your part. This perk is especially noticeable in the winter, but there are still a few things you should keep in mind as the temperature continues to drop.