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Toronto Condos- New Rules & Tips To Keep In Mind While Buying Condos in 2018

Wednesday May 16th, 2018

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The condos in Toronto, Ontario in Canada are in high demand these days. The real estate business is also on a rise in the city. There have been slight changes in the rules for buying a condo in the city for the year 2018. In order to buy a condo in Toronto, you must first go through the new rules and understand them.   The Current Condo Market of Toronto: It is important that you understand the real market in Toronto. Due to the high demand for condos in the city, the average days... [read more]

Key Things to Know About Latest Mortgage Stress Test

Tuesday Apr 17th, 2018

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On 1st January 2018, new and tighter mortgage regulations are released out. Now, it is the time to put light on what this is for you people. Before, October of the year 2016 government deployed latest mortgage rules, which are most commonly called ‘stress tests’. These stress tests required for each and every insured mortgage to be given approvals by the posted and set of rate 4.46 percent by the Bank of Canada. Now, it is being introduced for the un-insured mortgages and which is... [read more]

Green Trend: Incorporate Green in Your Home Interior

Friday Oct 13th, 2017

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Colors define our world. People, over the years, have attached different meanings to different colors. We design our clothes and homes considering the meanings attached to them.   With green comes the sense of nature, freshness and peace. Why, out of all the colors are we talking about green? The Pantone, color of the year 2017 is greenery, that’s why. Green is a color that is easy on the eyes. It is not only soothing and energizing o look at, but also provides an attractive... [read more]

All That You Need to Know About Entertainment District Condos

Thursday Mar 23rd, 2017

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Did you all enjoy a visit to the entertainment district?  the question to the group was replied by a small girl in a French Canadian accent Yeah!  Between University Avenue and Spadina Avenue lies the old Garments district. Early 20th century this industrial area was full of clothes, looms, and weavers. The rail and water transport facility made this place ideal for industrial growth. The residents were scanty and not many houses or eateries were here. Of course, visitors were... [read more]

Does ‘Curb Appeal’ Exist For Condos?

Monday Apr 03rd, 2017

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Not skin deep but curb appeal is what decide the impulse decisions of connoisseurs. That global trend is more than explicit in Canada. Curb appeal is what you visualise the interior by looking the exterior. The term, coined and exclusively used in America during the housing boom, is catching up other parts, especially Canada. The curb appeal is a litmus test for the customers to decide before stepping in mentally. Symmetry is out now, and asymmetry is in to enhance the curb appeal. In fact,... [read more]

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