For die-hard urbanites on the hunt for a condo in the heart of Canada’s largest metropolis, the old real estate adage location, location, location means getting specific.
What really makes this home shine is its abundance of natural light.
It’s a question of supply and demand.
Toronto was ranked fourth, a spot the city has held consecutively every year since 2009 when the annual “livability” study was first launched.
Cleaning isn’t just for spring – especially if you’re in the midst of trying to sell your home.
If you have your sights set on homeownership, take these steps to get on the right path.
Priced at $1.1 million, our house of the week is a spacious fully detached 2,200 square foot home found in Toronto’s east side.
TheRedPin analyzed average homes prices across every major municipality in the GTA and the household incomes needed to afford them using the 32 per cent rule.
Some of the home’s standouts include the 12 feet high vaulted ceilings in the living room and the walnut-paneled office.
Despite the fervent activity and monumental price gains, the real estate board isn’t very enthusiastic about the underlying causes propelling prices skywards – a dire lack of supply.
The allure of buying “new” isn’t exclusive to real estate – and neither are the premiums.
InsurEye compiled an overview of average home insurance cost that allows you to understand how your home insurance rates stack up to those who have similar homes in Ontario.