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Investing

What to know before listing my condo on Airbnb

We’ve summarized a handful of things to know if you’re planning on turning your condo investment into a part-time or full-time Airbnb suite.

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Neighbourhoods

Toronto's 5 most transit-friendly neighbourhoods

Toronto is Canada’s largest city, and has the third best transit system out of all North American metropolises, according to its Transit Score.

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Neighbourhoods

Toronto's 5 most walkable neighbourhoods

Even though Toronto is Canada’s largest city, it’s also one of the most pedestrian-friendly, ranking as the country’s second most walkable city,

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Buying

Do I need condo insurance to own a condo?

When it comes to property insurance it isn’t always black and white, and that’s especially true of condo insurance.

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Buying

8 terms to know when buying a condo

This article will provide prospective condo buyers with an overview of key terms related to the purchasing process.

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Buying

How much do land transfer taxes cost in Toronto?

Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make. Between the down payment and the mortgage, there aren’t many other things that even come close - private jets aside.

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News

TREB scrambling to protect sales data in wake of court ruling

The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) is taking action to protect private home sales data after several businesses it governs violated a recent court-ruling.

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Buying

Are communal condo amenities worth the cost?

Would you split the cost of a rooftop telescope? All that and more in our latest blog post-- one that takes a hard look at condo amenities. 

Buying

How and why to move within your building

A huge move is not always necessary, and sometimes, it can be as simple as moving to another unit in your current condo building.

Buying

4 laws and rules for high condo balconies

The balcony on your condominium unit is a great place to catch a breath of fresh air, relax with a book, eat a meal, or entertain guests. At the same time, that condo balcony is also a space known as a “common element.” This means that it’s owned by your condo corporation.

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Other

Do I need condo insurance if I’m renting?

In this post, we’re going to look at all the different and confusing types of insurance coverage required in a condo building. If you’re a condo renter, there are some guidelines for you as well.

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Selling

8 questions to ask a real estate agent when selling your home

The sale of your home represents one of the largest financial transactions you’re ever likely to make.

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