What is a Condominium?

Monday Mar 14th, 2022

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What is a condo

What is a Condominium? You can find sky-scraping, modern buildings nearly everywhere you turn in Toronto. But what exactly are condominiums? A condominium, or condo, is a housing or residential development comprising separate units, with each unit owned by a single individual. A person owns individual units in a condo while the common area is owned jointly by other unit owners.  Condominium owners are accountable for the upkeep and maintenance of their units. However, the... [read more]

12 Reasons to Invest in Toronto

Monday Jan 3rd, 2022

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Toronto South Core Condos

Toronto is a rapidly growing world-class city, finding itself in the line similar to grand cities such as London. San Francisco and NYC. You may think that it is too real to be true. But, the Toronto real property market is likely to grow in the coming years. If you've been asking yourself if investing in Toronto condos for sale is worth the risk? Yes, it is. We will tell you the top 12 reasons why investing in luxury condos can surely benefit you. Robust Economy Within North... [read more]

Guide To Buying Your First Condo In Toronto

Saturday May 8th, 2021

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Buying A Condo In Toronto

A lot of people are showing a proclivity for condo living, especially the millennials who are choosing to buy condos as their starter homes. A condo gives you all of the perks of homeownership but without any of the grueling tasks that come with caring for a single-family home—like maintaining the plumbing and cooling, mowing the lawn, or cleaning the gutters. However, buying a Condo is not like buying a single-family home. There are a lot of factors to take into... [read more]

Are Pet Restrictions Enforceable in Toronto Condos?

Tuesday Jul 14th, 2020

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Toronto Condos

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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