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Calling Out to All Dog Lovers; Here Are 7 Best Dog Breeds for Condo Living

Tuesday Mar 30th, 2021

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The biggest reserva-on of pet lovers when it comes to choosing the condo life is whether they will be able to keep a dog inside such cramped quarters, with an obvious dearth of outdoor space. However, there are plenty of low-energy and calm dog breeds that are perfectly suitable for the condo life and won’t get you in a rough spot with the association or your neighbours. Here are some of the best dog breeds that you can consider keeping as a Toronto condo dweller. Bichon... [read more]

Who Is Responsible For The Flood Damages in condos?

Tuesday Feb 2nd, 2021

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Maintaining a condo is quite a task. You cannot determine the responsibility for paying for the flood damages caused to a Toronto condo for sale upfront. You might think that the person whose toilet caused damages to your condo. Thus, that owner is responsible for the insurance deductible. However, that isn’t the case. Unless the unit owner’s negligence can be proven, the condo owner will have to pay for all the damages. And, they should pay it from their own... [read more]

5 Space-Saving Furniture to Make Your Condo Look Bigger

Tuesday Dec 29th, 2020

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Looking for furniture for small spaces can be complicated and confusing. With so many furniture options available to you, furnishing your stylish Toronto condos can take a great deal of time. And with the right furniture, your condo won't fail to amaze anyone! It may be very elusive to get the right "look" for a little area. You need a design that looks beautiful and interactive. With the contemporary furnishings available, it's tenable to have excellent designs that... [read more]

Are Pet Restrictions Enforceable in Toronto Condos?

Tuesday Jul 14th, 2020

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There is a cliché that most disputes in condominium communities stem from one of parking, pets, or people. Well, considering that there are over 55,000 licensed dogs and 25,000 licensed cats in Toronto as of the most recent census, not to count the ones not legally licensed, such as rodents, birds and reptiles, it makes sense that a great number of disputes involve pets. As such, a question that often springs on the lips of condominium boards of directors and unit owners is whether... [read more]

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