Everything you need to know to keep you in the know…
The subway experienced early evening closures for maintenance.
According to the new October 2019 Rent Report by Rentals.ca, the average monthly rent for a one-bedroom has been decreasing month-over-month!
Toronto’s wonderful Christmas Market, which opens Nov. 14, is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Take a peak at Emma Bitove’s beautiful, newly renovated King West condo.
Architects and building designers beware, renowned architecture critic and veteran journalist Christopher Hume is reviving his condo critiques.
The forecasters have spoken: Ontario is going get hit hard with storm weather. Oh joy!
We’ve teamed up with Zoocasa to bring you a list of the cheapest condos sold in Toronto between September 15 and October 15.
Starting Nov. 29, you’ll be able to skate, for free, at Union Station’s Sir John A. McDonald Plaza on Front St.
Justin Trudeau’s Liberals are ready to provide billions in transit funding to back Toronto’s new Ontario Line subway. And Toronto Mayor John Tory seems to be on board.
The hot sales activity that characterized September is starting to slow its roll, as drearier weather and darker evenings usher in the mid-fall market.
While poverty has become endemic to North Scarborough, none of Toronto’s 31 Neighbourhood Improvement Areas (NIAs) — communities earmarked for special support to tackle youth violence, poverty and social service gaps — are located there.
This 4-bedroom home is currently listed at a single dollar. Can you spare a loonie?
Head on over to The Museum of Contemporary Art this Saturday, Oct. 19 in the Distillery District.
These dazzling homes all sold for more than $3 million. Check them out!
Read on for a few more spots you’ll want to avoid this weekend in Toronto.
This weekend has TONS of events that are either free, cheap and sure to get you in the spooky mood.
This weekend, four stations will be closed on Line 1. So make sure to keep these in mind as you plan your commute across the city.
Join Dana Levenson as she explores St. Claire Ave. West in our new video series.
Relive the glory of our NBA champions as Kawhi comes back to Toronto!
CreateTO, the city’s real estate agency, is finally issuing its market offering for the first round of City-owned sites through the Housing Now initiative.
Sadly, the average cost of rent for an apartment in Toronto has reached an all-time high of $2,500.
Finding an affordable place to live in this city is no easy feat. But you might be happy to hear that homes half this price do actually exist.
Here’s everything you need to know about this weekend’s weather.
We look back on one year of legalization through this handy round up.
A Re/Max consumer survey that found 65 per cent of Canadians would not like to reside near cannabis retail stores.
The second wave of cannabis legalization has come into effect, ushering in new provisions for beverages, edibles, extracts and topicals.
A new survey from Royal LePage reveals that 75 per cent of newcomers arrive with savings which go towards purchasing a home.
Read our handy guide to learning how to grow your own cannabis at home.
The Liberals and the Conservatives are both promising to crack down on the criminals behind money-laundering schemes that are inflating housing prices in Canada’s big cities.
National Bank of Canada’s chief executive officer Louis Vachon, federal party candidates need to pause before making any major changes to housing policies.
Award-winning realtor, Munira Ravji, is a neighbourhood expert and co-leader of Royal LePage Signature Realty’s TOrealestategroup.