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The Impact Of COVID-19 Outbreak On Toronto Real Estate

Monday Apr 06th, 2020

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Toronto Condo Team Covid-19

COVID-19 has affected businesses in each sector across the globe. Therefore, it doesn't come as a surprise to see a strong real estate market also face the hit of the coronavirus outbreak. There are many professionals in the industry who are comparing this situation to the financial crisis of 2008. In fact, there are quite a few who have a view that this one is a worse hit. The hit of the market is so bad at the moment that some claim it to be worse than the financial crisis that... [read more]

Buying A Condo in 2020; Here’s Everything You Need To Know

Sunday Mar 22nd, 2020

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If your new year resolution was to stop splurging a fortune on sky-high rents and buy a Toronto condo in 2020, we suggest you start your search as soon as possible. Condos prices in Toronto are expected to go up at an unprecedented rate this year. Not to mention, when you factor in high demand for condos, stable mortgage rates, and a scarce condo inventory, the market has never been more competitive. Before you take a leap of faith into homeownership, we suggest you keep a few things... [read more]

Toronto Real Estate Market Is Bound To Get More Competitive In 2020

Friday Mar 13th, 2020

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We are already headed towards the second quarter of 2020 and overall, it’s looking to be a bright year for Toronto’s real estate and economy; low interest rates, increased demand for housing, and vibrant labor market. But according to Canada’s Real Estate Association and our own observation, here’s how 2020 will fare for Toronto Real Estate: Prices Across The GTA Will Continue To Rise The Greater Toronto Area experienced a price surge in 2019, and the trend is... [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]

Top Items That Make Your Condo Appear Dated

Saturday Feb 15th, 2020

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Your condo maybe new, but your choice of interiors could inadvertently make it appear rather dated to the buyers. The hip, savvy informed buyers of today are aware of what they want and are not ready to compromise. Here are a few things which could be adding age to your condo: Floors We see buyers constantly complain about the condo floors, in both new and old units, since it is the most obvious part of your condo that you have to see every waking moment. We don’t see many... [read more]

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