In an effort to combat homelessness, the City of Toronto is moving forward with a pilot project involving underutilized public land and modular housing.
Right before the federal election, Canada’s First-Time Home Buyer Incentive will kick into action, making it easier for thousands of buyers across the country to dive into the market.
The province of Ontario just passed Bill 108, also known as the More Homes, More Choice: Ontario’s Housing Supply Action Plan.
Toronto’s population is growing quickly, and I’m worried we don’t have enough homes to accommodate all the people who want to call this city home.
Is it true that the mortgage stress test doesn’t really have unintended consequences? That’s what Evan Siddall, the president and CEO of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, believes.
On May 28, 2019, the Inclusionary Zoning Official Plan Policy Directions will be considered by the Planning and Housing Committee, then pending the results, it will go to City Council on June 18.
With Toronto Council at odds with the province about the Housing Supply Action Plan, and talk of some serious money laundering through Toronto real estate, I wouldn’t blame you for being concerned.
Hamilton will soon be home to Canada’s first-ever residential tower retrofit that meets Passive House standards, surpassing Ontario’s building code in energy efficiency by leaps and bounds.
When the Housing Supply Action Plan was announced, members of the new home industry praised the Bill, but it looks like Toronto City Council has many concerns.
It’s been an interesting couple of weeks - details of Ontario’s Housing Supply Action Plan were released, debate over the mortgage stress test continued, and sales activity started to heat up.
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