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How do micro-condos impact resale value?

These minimalist yet fast-selling units are one reason why real estate experts believe they will play a “big role” in Toronto’s housing future.

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Cost to rent: Toronto vs the suburbs

Check out rental price differences between comparable units in Toronto, Scarborough, Etobicoke and Mississauga.

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Is there a money laundering problem in GTA real estate?

And are the crimes inflating housing prices in one of the tightest markets in Canada? Hear both sides here.

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Buy or rent: When each makes sense

What are some personal signs you should stay in the rental market, or, venture out into buying territory? 

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When a landlord can and cannot enter your apartment

What's the difference between legal and illegal entry when it comes to your rental? We visit the Residential Tenancies Act to find out.

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Here are 4 new records the Canadian housing market has broken

Fewer mortgages, fewer sales, a booming population, and curtailing household debt.

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What’s the difference between a written and verbal lease?

Contrary to what one might assume, not every lease will be in the form of a written, paper document.


Noisy neighbours? How noise complaints work in Toronto

Specific Noise Bylaw information to help you keep the peace and quiet in your Toronto building or neighbourhood.

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RBC reports Canada has more millennial homeowners than other countries

The report supplements the Liberal government's plan to create more housing opportunities for millennials.

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6 things a landlord must provide in a rental property

When it comes to a rental unit, what must be included by the landlord? What's the responsibility of the tenant? Find out here. 

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5 common building code violations tenants should be aware of

Safe buildings are vital to ensuring a rental property is successful and that tenants actually want to live there.


TREB calls for policy review as prices rise and sales drop

The Toronto Real Estate Board is calling for a regulatory review of the mortgage stress test.