TRENDING: Nuit Blanche 2019 And Toronto’s Real Estate Bubble

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Toronto

Everything You Need To Know Ahead Of Nuit Blanche 2019

Our guide to Nuit Blanche 2019 and its evening of art.

Here’s How Torontonians Can Vote Early In The 2019 Federal Election

Toronto residents will be able to cast their ballot ahead of the Oct. 21 election day.

This $1.3M Yorkville Condo Has Everything You Need To Succeed

This gorgeous condo has everything you’d ever want in store.

Toronto Ranks Second For Cities Most At Risk Of Real Estate Bubble

The disparity between a growing population and increasingly limited housing has moved Toronto to second from third place in the UBS index.

To Address Student And Commuter Suicides, We Need More Than Barriers

The University of Toronto and the TTC are finding new ways to address suicides on campus and public transit.

Garrison Crossing Opens, Connecting Trinity-Bellwoods To Fort York

The long-awaited Garrison Crossing bicycle, pedestrian and, of course, dog bridge opened Tuesday morning.

Distillery District Parking Lot To Become Affordable Housing Condo Project

Thirty-six per cent of an 836 unit condo complex project will be affordable housing, according to a Waterfront Toronto draft plan.

The Cost Of Closing: Added Expenses Of Buying Real Estate In Toronto

These costs are required before closing and generally add up to anywhere between 2 per cent to 5 per cent of the purchase price of the home you buy.

Site Seeing With Hume: Logan Residences Gets Its Grade

Logan Residences might not be the most eye-catching building on Queen Street East, but that doesn’t mean the city couldn’t use more condos like it.

How To Survive Living Next To The Toronto Maple Leafs

Beginning this past Wednesday night, each and every person connected with the South Core has a front-row seat to watch history unfold.

Toronto’s New Enhanced Noise Bylaw Is Now In Effect

On Wednesday, the city’s tougher noise bylaw took effect, and that means decibel limits and time restrictions for a multitude of irritating noises.

This World Taco Day, Celebrate Mexican Cuisine At These Local Spots

To celebrate this delicious cuisine, we’ve put together a guide to some of the best Mexican-owned taco spots in the city.

September Sees Sales And Price Growth Across GTA Markets: TREB Report

The Fall housing market is off to a booming start, according to the latest numbers released by the Toronto Real Estate Board.

Ryding-Regency Products Recalled After E. Coli Contamination

Following news that the controversial Ryding-Regency Meat Packers at 70 Scarlett Rd., the slaughterhouse is now faced with a national recall of 102 raw beef and veal products due to possible E. coli contamination.

Toronto Road Closures To Steer Clear Of This Weekend (Oct. 4-6)

These are the road closures to steer clear of this weekend.

10 CHEAP Things To Do In Toronto This Weekend (Oct. 4-6)

These are 10 cheap events happening in Toronto this weekend.

Canada

National Debate To Tackle Hot Election Housing Issues

This coming Sunday in Ottawa representatives from the five political parties and five major housing-focused groups square off in what’s sure to be contentious debate on trending housing election issues.

Political Promises Surrounding Housing Are Popular But Not Created Equal

Housing affordability is a major election issue but not all political promises will benefit the country.

New Partnership Aims To Speed Up Verification Process For Home Buyers

Equifax Canada Co. and M3 Group have created a Canadian partnership that streamlines the process by automating employment and income verification.

More Than Half Of Canadians Are Living Paycheque To Paycheque

The BDO Canada Affordability Index confirms what already know to be true: most of us — in fact over half (53%) of Canadians — live paycheque-to-paycheque.

For Millennials, Canada Is One Of The Best Countries To Work In

According to the Working Millennial Index by Silver Swan Recruitment, Canada ranked fourth as the best place to work in a survey of 75 countries.

Nobody’s Home: Vacant Real Estate On The Rise In Canada

Point2 Homes just released a report estimating there were approximately 1.34 million left empty and temporarily occupied between 2006 and 2016.

Canada’s Real Estate Market Experiencing The Boomerang Effect

Canada’s real estate market has almost returned to its 2017 heyday as benchmark prices in Toronto jumped 5.2 per cent to $805,500 this September compared to the same time last year.

CPAC To Broadcast Sunday’s National Election Debate On Housing Issues

This Sunday at 5:30 p.m., Canada’s first-ever national election debate dedicated solely to major housing issues will now be broadcast CPAC’s homepage.

International

Buyer Beware: Flipped Houses Aren’t Always As Good As They Look

One of the biggest challenges is knowing whether or not you’re making a good investment. Despite appearances, not all freshly renovated houses are as good as they look.

Ask An Agent: Are You Required To Put A For Sale Sign On Your Lawn?

The benefit to having a For Sale sign on your lawn is it exposes your property to more people.

Tips For Immigrants Buying A Home In Toronto From Overseas

For those who are in the midst of making a move to Toronto in particular, these tips help with buying a home while still living abroad.

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