GTA Realtors reported 9,989 sales through TREB’s MLS® System in May 2019 which makes for an 18.9 per cent increase.
Purchasing a home remotely—that is, putting in an offer without ever setting foot in the property—is gaining popularity in Toronto.
Toronto has undergone a massive transformation in the past 20 years. However, are the new developments catching up with the migration?
Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® finally reported an increase in home sales in April 2019.
If you think living in the suburbs is cheaper than living downtown, think again - and consider commuting costs.
In March 2018 GTA Realtors reported 7,187 residential sales. Amazingly, this number is almost identical with sales in March 2018.
First in our series of the upcoming office-condo developments in Toronto - Theory Condos on College Street.
With frozen prices and sales, GTA is currently waiting for a thaw that could push both sellers and buyers to the market.
Condominiums continue to be hot sellers in Toronto. Here are five upcoming developments you should know about.
The pros and cons of buying a preconstruction or resale condo in Toronto and in which one you should invest.
New year started strong across the Toronto real estate market, with better inventory and equal opportunities for both sellers and buyers.
Sotheby’s International Realty Canada released their Top Tier Real Estate Report for end of 2018.
Appraisers started using AVM’s to assess the value of a residential property rather than going out and doing a full inspection of the property.
While tax and legal fees may be the largest costs to closing, they’re not the only ones. Here is a guide to closing costs each buyer should know about.
A rundown of December TREB market report statistics and a summary for the year 2018.
Richard was recently a guest on Michael Lafido's podcast show called Luxury Listing Specialist Podcast.
Jim was recently interviewed for CityNews.ca about the current state of the Toronto real estate market and the predictions for 2019.
Toronto was battling falling sales and inventory in November 2018, but the market might overall experience "a soft landing".
There's never a dull moment on Toronto real estate market. October was quite a heated month with rising sales and prices, but lack of supply.
Trying to convince potential buyers to take over a rental contract on expensive appliances can prove to be a deal breaker.