Everything you need to know to keep you in the know…
While some people buy homes that are located close to work or that boast a high walkability score, others choose their homes based on the rating of the school district.
Bloor-Yorkville is booming and there’s little wonder why.
For the second month straight, Toronto’s rent rates have outdone themselves.
The spectre of development hangs over Kensington Market as never before.
The average cost of a two-bedroom condo in Toronto may be going for $715,000, but you’d be hard-pressed to find a place at that price on this list.
Investors might be driving up condo prices in Toronto, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find a condo for less than $250,000.
It’s no secret that Toronto’s home and condo prices have increased dramatically over the years.
DVP, Six Points and Eglinton LRT construction continues to wreak havoc on the City of Toronto.
TTC riders are in for a headache this weekend.
August might be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to.
Don’t be surprised if the Bank of Canada cuts rates come September.
Borrowing has apparently become a way of life in Canada.
There are plenty of reasons why many people rent instead of own, and the overall cost associated with buying a home is typically the biggest deterrent from making a purchase.
So, you’re shopping around for a home and have decided that a pool is a must-have.
Moving out of your rental home and into a new one can be an exciting chapter in your life.
Erica Cho knows how to sell a home fast.