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New Condo Sales in Toronto Soar 73% in Q3 November 23, 2016 There were a total of 6,677 new condominium apartments sold across the GTA during the third quarter of this year. That amounts to a 73% increase year-over-year, allowing sales to reach the highest level of third quarter activity on record. Sales were 58% higher than the 10-year average for Q3 periods, as well as 12% higher than the previous […] Read More
Pre-Construction Condos: Should You Use a Realtor? August 1, 2016 Should you use a realtor when buying a new pre-construction condo? The answer for this is a definite YES. I specialize in helping buyers navigate through the complicated process of buying new condos. There are many pitfalls and disadvantages of buyers going it alone when dealing with the builders’ sales staff. Above all else, realize that the builder’s […] Read More
Car-Free Condos on the Rise in Toronto March 29, 2016 No parking? No problem. A boutique loft building in Toronto’s downtown core is set to become the city’s second car-free condominium. The 15-storey development at 24 Mercer St., which was recently given the go-ahead from the city after years of back and forth, will include 14 residential units – just one per floor – and absolutely […] Read More
How to Get the Most Out of Your Pre-Construction Condo Purchase October 23, 2015 Whether you’re an investor or an end-user, buying a condominium during the pre-construction stage can have several advantages. For one thing, if you’re prepared to wait the average two or three years for the building to be finished, you will own the newest building on the block. That brings the peace of mind knowing that […] Read More
More Condominiums Coming, As Toronto’s Residential Land Prices Reach New Highs August 2, 2015 "Residential land prices reached new highs in Toronto in the second the quarter of 2015 as developers bet the housing boom will continue in Canada’s largest city, according to a new survey. Residential land purchases accounted for 27 per cent of the $3.6 billion in property spending in the second quarter, beating out other classes like […] Read More
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