A quiet getaway, Stratford is among the best small towns in Canada. It is apt for those seeking a retreat and is also a walkers' paradise.
Greater Toronto Area Real Estate news you shouldn't miss this week.
The May TREB numbers truly show just how quickly a market can change. It doesn't take much to change the sentiment of both buyers and sellers.
Torontoism's TOP 5 picks of the real estate news last week.
Don’t wait for your clients to ask you for something. Instead, anticipate their needs.
By buying office condos you build equity, not just in your business, but in your real estate holdings in your business.
It is a good time to be a buyer now than it was previously in 2017 and likely better than it will be later in 2017.
Richard Silver believes in teams because "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts."
Richard shares his thoughts on the recently introduced Non-resident Speculation Tax.
Do we need an adjustment in our thinking? Do we need to adjust to a new normal??
The major difference between Millennials and Baby Boomers is in shopping habits. What does it look like when they shop for mortgages?
[The sale] is the highest price recorded for the building for any unit type and it's not even the largest unit.
Learn about 'gazumping' in UK, property "ownership" in China, or the differences between US and Canadian mortgages.
Properties that would typically take 7-10 days to sell are selling within hours.
Torontoism has joined up with the commerce in hopes of fostering closer ties and helping anyone who may be making the transition between companies.
“Toronto is known as the most multilingual and multicultural city [in Canada],” said Jim Burtnick, of the Torontoism team of Sotheby’s International Realty. “There are six Chinatowns and everybody and anybody coming here will feel pretty absorbed into the community.”
Toronto has a lack of inventory, and there’s only so much space for new developments.
If you thought it was a tight market in 2016 (that is, a "sellers' market" with more buyers than sellers), watch out for 2017!
Richard Silver, a Sotheby's realtor and past Toronto Real Estate Board president who works with foreign buyers, told Metro Morning host Matt Galloway that most of his foreign clients are coming to Toronto for educational and business opportunities, not just to park their money offshore, and that a foreign buyer tax would be a bad
The Toronto Real Estate Board says 4.9% of transactions involve foreign buyers. But some fear the number is low. Richard shares his international experience.