Top 5 Articles of 2012

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2012 has been an amazing year. From diverse topics to amazing conversations, we’ve had a lot going on and it has been a pleasure to share everything with our audience.

We take a moment to reflect on everything we have done and present you with the Top 5 pieces we’ve put together over the past year. Take a look, have a re-read and send us some feedback! We’d love to know what you think about everything we have done and take your feedback forward into 2013 programming.


How First Time Home Buyers Should Assess A Potential PurchaseHow First Time Home Buyers Should Assess A Potential Purchase

For first time home buyers, buying a property is not only a big step, but also a big risk. TheRedPin has put together a document that helps first time home buyers assess a potential purchase. Read more!


How Transit Affects Toronto’s Real Estate MarketHow Transit Affects Toronto’s Real Estate Market

With Toronto growing at a rapid rate, the need for sustainable and effective transportation is becoming a must. Transit in the city plays a major role in the evolution of the real estate market, affecting housing prices & where people decide to live.


Canada’s Real Estate Don Has SpokenCanada’s Real Estate Don Has Spoken sits down for an in-depth conversation with Don R. Campbell, Founding Partner of the Real Estate Investment Network (REIN), Senior Analyst, best-selling author, educator and real estate investor.


First Time Home Buyers Guide To Evaluate Potential Real Estate InvestmentsFirst Time Home Buyers Guide To Evaluate Potential Real Estate Investments

We take an in-depth look at the various criteria, factors and elements that First Time Home Buyers should look at to evaluate their intended purchase, looking at everything from neighbourhood elements to interior design.

The Neighbourhood Factor: Location MattersThe Neighbourhood Factor: Location Matters

Location, Location, Location – The location of your property matters. Toronto is divided up into various different neighbourhoods, each offering different value propositions based on multiple factors. Read our detailed study.


Thank you to all our readers for making 2012 an amazing year. We hope to continue bringing you awesome stuff in 2013. From our family to yours, Happy New Year!


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