Housing prices are considered high in the Greater Toronto Area, and many of the professionals in the industry blame the lack of supply. Turns out that’s not how homebuyers see it.
It looks like millennials have officially taken over the City of Toronto, but they won’t hold their top position long as Generation Z is on the rise.
In an effort to combat homelessness, the City of Toronto is moving forward with a pilot project involving underutilized public land and modular housing.
According to the Canadian Real Estate Association, Canadian home sales increased 1.9% in May compared to April 2019, hitting the 10-year average for the month.
As the average price of a new single-family home in the Greater Toronto Area hovers above $1 million, more people with children are embracing the condo lifestyle. But which condos are good for kids?
Doug Ford just can’t seem to let go of his obsession with Toronto. First he cut the size of council nearly in half, and now his government is changing official development plans.
Bill 108, the More Homes, More Choice Act, has proposed numerous changes to land use planning in Ontario. A lot of people are not happy about the amendments and the potential impacts.
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.
The Fair Housing Plan was introduced by the former Liberal provincial government as a solution to runaway home price growth; year-over-year values had spiked over 30% in the Greater Toronto Area, prompting concerns.
The CEO and founder of Mattamy Homes, Peter Gilgan, just made a record-breaking donation to The Hospital for Sick Children.
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