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Buyer Resource: Get an Unbiased Home Inspector

As there are not currently any provincial or federal standards that home inspectors must adhere to, home buyers must be vigilant when going through the interview process. A growing number of real estate professionals feel that home inspectors should be regulated to protect consumers throughout the home buying process. While most real estate agents will have a home inspector to refer to ... Read More »

Proposal to Increase Toronto’s Condo Development Fees by 90%

Many home-buyers feel as if the proposal to increase Toronto’s condo development fee is absurd; some developers even believe doubling charges would be “insane”. Regardless of opinion, condo-buyers can expect permit values to rise to $23,000 for a two-bedroom — $12,400 above current rates — if Toronto’s executive committee adopts the proposal. Since Toronto’s condo development fees are the lowest ... Read More »

Market Watch – January 2011

Greater Toronto REALTORS® reported 4,337 transactions through the TorontoMLS® system in January 2011. This result was 13 per cent lower than the record result reported in January 2010. “While off the record pace experienced a year ago, the GTA resale market has started the year on a solid footing. Home buyers in Toronto and surrounding areas continue to benefit from ... Read More »

2,670 Transactions Reported in January

TREB Members reported 2,670 sales in January from the 5,075 sales reported in the first month of 2008. Of these, 1,106 transactions took place in the City of Toronto compared to 2,128 in January 2008. In the surrounding “905” area, 1,564 sales were recorded, from 2,947 last year. The GTA housing market has not been immune to the economic slowdown ... Read More »

Mid-Month January GTA Housing Resales at 888

TORONTO, January 19, 2009 – Greater Toronto REALTORS® reported 888 sales during the first half of January compared to 1,776 in the first 15 days of 2008. “According to Statistics Canada the economic situation throughout Canada changed noticeably over the past year with job losses in the fourth quarter of 2008. Toronto is not immune to this, the GTA housing ... Read More »

The new face of

We’ve been working on a new website for the past couple of months and we’re happy to report that the new website is now ready and is being launched to the world wide inter web. Following is a comparison between the two websites visually. Old website New website There are some very noticable features that I’d like to point out ... Read More »