The Hype at Spadina & College

There has been a lot of hype surrounding the College and Spadina intersection of late. Some of these new developments are more controversial than others. The most talked about project is the new student residence planned on the site of … Read More

Advantages of Being a Landlord

The decision to become a landlord is not one you should make lightly. If you are looking to invest in real estate, there are quite a few things to consider. It is true that becoming a landlord can be a … Read More

New Condo at Queen & Yonge?

Just when you thought there couldn’t be any further condo developments announced in the city of Toronto, a newly suggested project has been proposed by Cadillac Fairview for Yonge and Queen. Still in the city’s approval process since the development … Read More

Benefits of High-Floor Living

Condo hunters are bound to face this age old adage: to live above 10 storeys or not to live above 10-storeys high?  Seriously though, apartment complexes in ancient Rome grew to ten storeys and higher, so there’s nothing too new … Read More

Here I am in a National Post Article with My Client

I’m usually pretty low-key for a realtor, but here I am with my client, Adrian Ma, on his new 1,000 sq. ft. terrace on King Street West. You can check out the online edition of the article here and the print edition here…. Read More

New Condominium Projects Outnumbering Single Housing Ones

Compared to 2010, the number of condominium starts in 2011 overall rose by 17%, while single home starts decreased by 12% during the same time period. These are the latest figures according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp., a … Read More

Toronto’s taking it higher and higher!

Remember that condo boom we blogged about a few months ago? Well, it certainly shows no signs of slowing. We have it on good authority that Toronto is building more high rises than any other city in the continent! According … Read More

Booming Condo Market in Toronto

Urbanation recently released the results for the second quarter of 2011, which reveal that the condominium market in the Toronto CMA (Census Metropolitan Area) has broken virtually every existing record… Read More

To Rent or to Buy?

To Rent or Buy? That is the question. We bet Hamlet never faced this dilemma, so don’t look to Shakespeare for the answer, just read on! Home Ownership The sub-prime mortgage crisis that rocked the United States in 2007 has made potential … Read More

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