Many buyers returned to the market after government restrictions on mortgages took effect since January, and continue their search for a home.
How should you price your home? And what are the different pricing strategies that can help you sell your home quickly and for top dollar?
Toronto is currently experiencing strong growth in sales across all segments in the entirety of the GTA.
The new affluent are technology savvy and conduct their own research when purchasing or selling a property.
Sotheby’s International Realty Canada’s Top-Tier Real Estate Report is a bi-annual study highlighting market trends for the most expensive homes.
Sales are picking up the pace once again after many buyers and sellers hesitated to enter the market with new government policies.
Many home buyers want a story and that’s exactly what you get from heritage homes—and something you won’t get from a newly developed property.
Setter is a virtual property manager and concierge service for your home.
The tale of two cities continues, as GTA remains polarized by its real estate market.
Jim Burtnick's presentation on office condominiums.
Buyers are still buying and sellers are still selling, it's just taking a bit longer these days in Toronto.
In a year-over-year comparison, sales are down for all segments. In the first quarter of 2018, TREB announced 16,482 sales.
A common mistake home buyers make is assuming that retrofit means a legal basement apartment. There is a difference.
February 2018 happened to be a very turbulent month for our market. After last year's golden era of real estate, we are experiencing a mild fall.
GTA REALTORS® are reporting lower numbers of sales. But real estate headlines are not everything when it comes to judging the current market.
Here is our review of the 2017 Toronto Real Estate Market and predictions and expectations for 2018.
There are a few differences between buying a home in Canada and Belize. Here is what you need to know if you're interested in buying down south.
This past year could be described as the year of the condo. All the other segments experienced a roller coaster ride in 2017.
With the right amount of planning and a reputable contractor, a fixer-upper can be a viable option for many potential homeowners.
It was a bumpy year for Toronto real estate market. 2 per cent price drop started a craze regarding the future of GTA real estate.