MoneySense’s list factored in both the hard numbers as well as the professional opinions of realtors.
House hunters and would-be-buyers in Toronto back in 1996 would have to budget for $265,822 for an average single-family home – a 356% gap from today’s prices.
Former film studio turned spacious two-storey hard loft, this stunning residence located in the heart of the Annex stretches over 5,000 square feet.
The average price of a Canadian home passed the $500,000 mark for the first time ever.
Interior designers are not only for the rich and famous – in actuality, designers can save you time, money and headaches.
Before you even lay eyes on any of the homes available in your neighbourhood, here are five things you should do to get yourself mortgage ready.
A sink is a long-term investment. Most homeowners spend hours prepping and cleaning at their kitchen sink — it’s the heart of the space.
With its contemporary cube-like dimensions, flat roof and sleek interior finishes, this custom built property in Mississauga is a far cry from the city-suburb’s more traditional Victorian and Edwardian inspired houses.
Clean, declutter, organize and price accurately. Even after ticking all those boxes, many home sellers can be faced with a short supply of private tours and open house attendees, much less offers that are enticing enough to pull out the pen and sign on the dotted line for.
According to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), total number of home sales across the Greater Toronto spiked to 7,621 in February – up 21.1 per cent compared to the same month last year.
At 5,390 square feet, prospective buyers eyeing the million dollar property can also rest assured they won’t be forging any space by choosing a high-rise over a traditional house.
As fireplaces are such an impactful design element in your home, make sure you are equipped with a bit of knowledge as you sit there deciding what’s best for your room.