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Keep An Eyes On These Toronto condos Occupying in 2020!

Wednesday Jan 22nd, 2020

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2020 is here and Investors and buyers cannot seem to contain their excitement. Those who were impatiently eyeing empty parking lots, waiting for their pre-construction condos in Toronto to rise up into magnificent architectural wonders, will soon have a move-in ready condo. Since I have been thinking about buying a condo for quite some time now, I had all the new Toronto condos occupying in 2020 on my radar. Here are 5 that have caught my fancy, and for good reason! Canvas... [read more]

Condo Dwellers Believe These Are The Worst Views To Be Looking Out At

Thursday Jan 09th, 2020

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If you already own a condo or are looking at condos for sale in Toronto under 200K, you must know the zillion factors that come into play when you are making a final decision. Of all those, a condo’s view proves to be quite a deciding factor. I mean, how many times have you gone to a viewing, and surreptitiously peeked out to see what you were looking out at?  Don’t we all! In fact, a great view is the ultimate deal breaker for most clients. Let’s face it; most... [read more]

7 Up-and-Coming Toronto Condo Neighborhoods To Look Out For In 2020

Monday Dec 09th, 2019

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Indubitably, Toronto has witnessed massive growth and exponential development over the last two decades, with its population growing from 2 million to six and a half million. That’s a lot of people in need of housing, and the market has grown accordingly to accommodate. Neighborhoods have witnessed copious gentrification, which while helping residents, has driven the prices to sky height. If you are in the throes of renting or buying a Toronto condo, experts at Toronto Condo Team have... [read more]

How Are Toronto Condo Residents Faring With Airbnb?

Tuesday Dec 03rd, 2019

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It’s no surprise that a recent report from Fairbnb, a national coalition of condo residents, affordable housing advocates, and union workers, has reported a 30 percent growth in Airbnb listings in the waterfront communities; a whopping 3,443 listings in December 2018 as compared to 2,644 the year before. The report also attributed 72 per cent of Airbnb’s revenue in Toronto to “ghost hotels”, which are Airbnb condo units run by hosts who have listed two or... [read more]

10 Tips To Make The Most Of Your Condo Kitchen

Thursday Nov 21st, 2019

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If you live in a condo, chances are, you sigh and wish that you had a larger kitchen everytime you even have to fry an egg. Well, you have to make do with what you have, but just because you can’t extend your kitchen, doesn’t mean that you can’t at least “make” it appear bigger? Here are a few tips to create an illusion of space and breathe easier in your condo kitchen. Use color If you are looking for a simple, low-cost update that will maximize the look... [read more]

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