New inventory is expected to be introduced into the market as vendors aim to exit at current highs, offsetting an enduring shortage of supply.
Read the most recent issue of our magazine below or download the PDF.
The most important news in Toronto real estate over the last week September 11-17.
The Neighbours of Lawrence Park North Magazine featured Sherille and her family in their most recent issue.
Price your home right or leave the market.
The most important news in Toronto real estate over the last week August 28 - September 3.
Tracy was one of the thirty-five sales associates who have been chosen to participate in the inaugural “Global Advisor: China” training program sponsored by the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand.
Best shots of Toronto cityscape you can find on Instagram.
The most important news in Toronto real estate over the last week August 20-27.
With its world-class health-related policies, cultural and culinary offerings, and fitness-oriented design, Toronto offers an impressive environment for anyone.
This is a very sad case of the City of Toronto Building Department abdicating its responsibilities to the neighbours. It has cost thousands to fight the City's fight.
The latest updates from Toronto's real estate market July 2017.
Bonaire Villa. A spectacular unique private Toronto Landmark.
F'Amelia restaurant review: A homey spot in Toronto's Cabbagetown with great Northern Italian food. ...
Thank boomers for making this summer scorching hot in Ontario's resort areas as the buying goes unabated, never grinding to a halt.
Toronto isn’t the cheapest city to live in. But, its wealth of exciting ventures, an energetic nightlife and arts and culture makes it worth it.
For prospective condo buyers, visiting an open house is extremely rare because there are very few open houses targeting condominiums.
The most important news in Toronto real estate over the last week June 19-25.
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.
Chris Wong, a busy advocate of sustainable urban agriculture, the general manager of Young Urban Farmers and the co-founder of Cultivate Toronto.