Mortgage Advice

“Why you shouldn’t take the highest mortgage you are offered” A good piece of advice, courtesy of The Globe and Mail by Paul Attfield “For prospective buyers, one glance at any real-estate listings page in cities like Toronto or Vancouver does not make for pleasant reading. The average price of a home in the Greater Toronto Area was

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Chinese Buyers Say They Want Toronto Real Estate For Schooling

Foreign Buyers continue to drive the Canadian Housing market and though many believe the cause of that is purely investment, its actually not. In fact most of foreign clients are coming to Toronto for educational and business opportunities, not just to park their money offshore. Below are the various reasons and statistics why foreign buyers want to come to Canada. “The

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Bank of Canada Makes Interest Rate Announcement

The Bank of Canada is sticking with its trendsetting interest rate of 0.5 per cent, saying uncertainties continue to overshadow the economy’s stronger-than-expected start to the year. In explaining its decision Wednesday to hold the rate, the central bank once again highlighted weak wage growth and the softening rate for underlying inflation as examples the

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SOLD | 2092 Shawanaga Taril

SOLD – 2092 Shawanaga Trail 4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms Lot Size: 100 X 152.21 Feet  Fabulous lot was on the market for the first time in 40 years! And, it sold fast! This large bungalow was beautifully maintained and extensively renovated over the years.  Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need more information.

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JUST LISTED – 481 Woburn Avenue

JUST LISTED 481 Woburn Avenue   $2,198,000 4 + 1 Bedrooms | 5  Bathrooms 8 Years Old – Looks Brand New! Single Car Garage (lane access) + legal front pad parking Lot Size: 20 X 125 Feet    This spectacular, custom built home is located on the sunny south side of Woburn (first block west of Avenue).

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Toronto Ranked In 8th Place For City With Most Skyscrapers In The World

Toronto has been ranked one of the 10 cities with the most skyscrapers in the world. That’s not too surprising considering it seems like there are new super tall towers going up all the time. The rankings, which were compiled by the architecture site ArchDaily, use data company Emporis’s definition of a skyscraper: a building that’s at least 100 metres tall.

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Foreign Buyers In The Canadian Housing Market

Foreign Buyers continue to drive the Canadian Housing market and though many believe the cause of that is purely investment, its actually not. In fact, most of foreign clients are coming to Toronto for educational and business opportunities, not just to park their money offshore. Below are the various reasons and statistics why foreign buyers want to come to

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