Modern Elegance: North York's Vibrant Semi-Detached Residence

Discover the epitome of North York living with this charming semi-detached residence, ideally situated in the heart of the vibrant neighbourhood. Boasting six parking spaces, this property goes above and beyond by featuring a legally added second unit with separate entrances. Each unit is thoughtfully designed, equipped with its own fully equipped kitchen, providing convenience […]

Housing Investments in Canada’s 2022 Federal Budget

The Government of Canada announced its 2022 budget on April 7, with housing being among the top areas receiving investments during this pandemic recovery period. This budget is arriving at the halfway mark of the government’s ten-year National Housing Strategy (NHS), and there remains much room for improvement.  

GTA Condo Sales Reached an All-Time High

TORONTO – A record fourth quarter capped off a record year for condominium apartment sales in 2021. While condo listings were high from a historic perspective, it was not a record year on the supply side of the market. In fact, condo buyers experienced.

LACKIE: Tough times for Toronto rental market

Every day, without fail, someone will ask me, “So, how’s the real estate market these days?” The fascination is real, and I get it. Toronto real estate in the time of COVID-19 is somehow exactly as you’d expect while simultaneously defying all conceivable expectations.

Housing Market Snapshot for July 2020: A Record-Breaking Month for Home Sales

With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted across Canada, home buyers and sellers have been busy! National home sales and new listings have continued to increase since June, with July seeing more home sales across Canada than any other month in the history of the Canadian Real Estate Association’s (CREA) database–which dates back more than 40 years! 

Toronto Housing Prices Continue To Climb 📈

Ontario has announced plans for most of the province to enter Phase 3 as of Friday, with the exception of Toronto and a few other regions. The final phase of Ontario's Action Plan means the re-opening of nearly all businesses, including gyms, theatres and restaurants. Indoor gathering limits will increase from 10 to 50 people, while outdoor […]