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Are Boomers transforming the Toronto condo market with a Bevy of Unprecedented Luxuries?

Tuesday Jun 11th, 2019

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Toronto Condos Baby Boomers

Condos are no longer construed as mere starter homes. While the condo market was once dominated by starting out professionals in their twenties, on the first step of the real estate staircase, we have recently witnessed a wave of baby boomers stocking them for their golden years, escalating the demand for turnkey, ostentatious developments that can appeal to their exuberant taste. Royal LePage conducted a survey of 1000 Canadians baby boomers in 2018, which revealed that more than half... [read more]

Making Every Inch Count; Boosting the Space of Your Micro-condo

Wednesday Mar 13th, 2019

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Luxury Condos In Toronto

Doesn't it seem like Toronto condos are shrinking faster and more steadily than the breathing room on public transit. However, since it appears that prices don't appear to be going down anytime soon, we just have to swallow the bitter truth. So how are city dwellers who cannot afford Luxury condos in Toronto, managing to live in such an exorbitantly pricey city? This is where micro condos come into play. Coming somewhere between roughly between 275 and 400 square feet,... [read more]

Looking to Sell your Condo? It’s different from Selling a House

Saturday Feb 02nd, 2019

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selling your condos in Toronto

As much as you love kicking back in your condo and living a life of utter luxury and convenience, there would inevitably come a time when you would move on; perhaps relocate to a more opulent building or shift to a single-family home.  This is when you would need to get to grips with the ins and outs of selling a condo. And no, its not like selling a single-family house. Before you put your condo on the market, it is a clever idea to know about the challenges and unique selling points... [read more]

Advantages of Living in Toronto Lofts

Monday Jun 26th, 2017

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Toronto Lofts

1. Lofts Feels More Open: One of the best focal points of living in a Toronto loft is the way that the roofs are high to oblige for the space region. High roofs make the space feel open and extensive something you won't really find in a customary condo design. As a rule, hang style lofts likewise have various windows. If you don't care for feeling shut in, a space style loft gives you the light and breezy surrounding. 2.  The Loft Has a Unique Feel: If you have ever... [read more]

Attending your First ever Condo Board AGM? Here are a Few Do’s and Don’ts to Live By

Monday Dec 31st, 2018

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Toronto Condos

Toronto is becoming a hub of condos, with new condominium buildings springing up every now and then from some nook and crevice of the city. Most people choosing to purchase units in those buildings are first-time condo owners who are as yet oblivious to condominium procedures and governance. Even now, we see no shortage of first-time unit owners phoning us in, asking us what they should expect at the meeting or fretting over making a good impression by knowing what they should do, or steer... [read more]

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