20 Wayland Avenue Neighbourhood From a 20-Year Resident. 8

20 Wayland Avenue Neighbourhood From a 20-Year Resident.

Interview with Kendra Connelly: The Connelly Group   Here is an interview just completed with Kendra Connelly of Sotheby’s International Realty Canada from the perspective of a 20-year resident of the Upper Beach area. What does she like about living in the area and what are some of the best parts of living there. Please …

How to Realistically Save for a Down-payment in Toronto 14

How to Realistically Save for a Down-payment in Toronto

A recent survey by Point2Homes found that while 66 per cent of millennials had an interest in buying a home, half had savings significantly below the national average down payment ($25,000) and 12 per cent didn’t have anything aside. What’s more, 70 per cent of millennials believed that for a down payment they would need …

Enjoying summer in Toronto 19

Enjoying summer in Toronto

Stay home this weekend and enjoy all Toronto has to offer. You may be surprised! It is Heaven without the six-hour drive! However, if you are someone who must leave Toronto on the weekend then we love you for doing so…Saturday or Sunday shopping at Costco or IKEA and actually having parking available…unbelievable!

To Renovate or to Relocate 22

To Renovate or to Relocate

The words “Toronto” and “condo” have become synonymous. There’s no avoiding them. It seems as though every week more are commissioned, and half a week later a cluster of three or four high-rise, garden-topped buildings appear. Different people will experience this influx of infrastructure differently, but there’s no denying it’s changing Toronto, and the change …

Shopping for Mortgages: Millennials versus Baby Boomers 25

Shopping for Mortgages: Millennials versus Baby Boomers

Members of various demographic groups shop for mortgages in different ways. Do the contrasts in the way the baby boomers and the millennials shop for mortgages tell us something about modern home buying? You bet. A pair of mortgage professionals recently took the time to chat about the way Canadians of different generations think debt …