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Everything To Lookout For When Involved With A Condo Facing Litigation

Saturday May 30th, 2020

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Toronto Condo Team

The dreamy Toronto condos can seem to be no-brainers at first glance. You have spent an eternity trying to find the ideal condo, and now that it is in front of your eyes, you feel hesitant. The status certificate sets a frown on your forehead as you realize that the condo's board is facing litigation. In this sticky situation, is it right to go ahead with an offer, or should you take to your heels? There are so many aspects to consider before you decide to buy a condo that has a risk... [read more]

6 Myths About Condo Maintenance Fee's

Thursday May 21st, 2020

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Toronto Condo Team

All condos owners are entailed to maintain common areas and assets of their condo buildings through provision of a regular monthly fees, more commonly known as the condo maintenance fees. While these regular fees have the potential to prevent sudden, unexpected costs, and may also cover things like security, utilities, contingencies, and amenities, there is also a lot of misconceptions around them, which makes many condo owners wary of paying their dues. However, the fact of the matter is... [read more]

Are Toronto Airbnbs Turning Into Long-Term Rentals Amidst The Covid-19 Pandemic?

Thursday Apr 23rd, 2020

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Toronto Condo Rentals

After struggling for years on end to stop their buildings from being used by short-term rental operators as de facto hotels, more and more Toronto Condos are finally putting a ban on Airbnbs, in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic. At a time when self-isolation and social distancing are the new buzzwords, Airbnb and other such short-term rental platforms are giving in to global travel bans and experiencing an unprecedented number of booking cancellations. In particular, Maple Leaf... [read more]

Property Prices See A Drop In Response To Covid-19

Sunday Apr 12th, 2020

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Toronto Condo Prices

With the Covid-19 Pandemic wreaking havoc right and left, the real estate market has pretty much come to a halt. Not that it has hit the pause button – after all, those who have recently bought may need to dispose of with their older properties and those who recently sold may be looking for something new. However, things have slowed down considerably since last month. As compared to just last week, sales are down 50%, and if pitted against 9th of March, sales have fallen off a... [read more]

The Toronto Green Line: Revitalizing The Midtown

Monday Mar 02nd, 2020

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Hydro corridors might not be the most attractive sites of the city, but they are important as without them, the place would be dark and dull. Over the years, the spaces available to build parks and other recreational spots are decreasing as Toronto is becoming more urbanized each year. Therefore, hydro corridors are becoming quite popular. Residents in the city appreciate them too. Details on the Toronto Green Line The latest development in this aspect is the revitalization of the... [read more]

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