Everything you need to know to keep you in the know…
If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a home that’s been featured on HGTV, now’s your chance.
We always knew Toronto had one of the most expensive housing markets in Canada, but turns out, it’s also one of the least affordable in North America.
Toronto is getting a new addition to its waterfront.
The same day the TTC increased their fares, Metrolinx announced they’re lowering theirs.
Another few seasons like the last and Torontonians will no longer be able to see the ground beneath their feet.
Two industry leaders in Toronto’s commercial real estate sector will be honoured with NAIOP’s Real Estate Icon Award on April 9.
Thus far, Toronto’s spring housing market is looking much the same as last, with just one less home changing hands year-over-year.
Every type of buyer has their own unique needs when it comes to buying real estate.
It’s the first weekend of April, and Toronto is buzzing with a ton of spectacular spring events.
Not only are things supposed to (finally) heat up this weekend, Torontonians are also getting some good news when it comes to weekend road closures.
You can expect another weekend of TTC subway closures, all thanks to the installation of the Automatic Train Control signalling system.
After nearly 60 years, Toronto and Detroit are looking to reconnect via train lines.
A new report from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) predicts housing prices will rise this year.
The deadline to file your taxes is quickly approaching.
Let’s be real, the only redeeming thing about commuting is the fact that the further you go, the more affordable it gets.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) says $40 billion isn’t enough to fulfill the federal government’s national housing strategy.
Experts previously predicted that Canada would experience a recession this year, but according to Bank of Montreal CEO Darryl White, the country isn’t in any danger of that in 2019.
Trurealism: The Future Of Home Staging – April Fools!
After a decade’s work at one of the city’s premier home staging companies, Eric First had learned every trick of the trade.
Toronto serves as muse to a number of celebrated and established artists.
Fans of “Full House” will be excited to know that they could potentially own the show’s iconic San Francisco home.
It’s springtime, which means the world will soon welcome the new royal baby.
The final walk-through will give you a complete picture of what you’re buying.