Toronto Power of Sales

The year 2007 in Toronto was a crazy year in terms of real estate sale and skyrocketing prices. Many buyers bought during this frenzy and paid top dollar for a property. As reality sets in and property values start to decline, these home owners are now struggling to pay off their financial obligations, forcing the bank to take over the mortgage on their home. Because of this, home buyers and investors see it as a great time to buy real estate in Toronto. With low interest rates and with homes being sold under power of sales, it may seem like a good deal, however you may want to look at the hidden details before moving ahead.

Continue Reading June 16, 2009 at 12:39 pm Leave a comment

Buying a New Construction Condo: Warranty Protection

When buying a new construction condo in Ontario, the Tarion Warranty Corporation provides protection to buyers under the New Home Warranty Program. Membership in this program is mandatory for new construction builders and offers protection to buyers of new construction in terms of a deposit protection, defects in the workmanship and materials and protection against delayed closings and occupancies.

Continue Reading June 4, 2009 at 10:22 am Leave a comment

Condo Apartment or Freehold Home

With Interest rates at an all time low, it is a great time to buy real estate in Toronto. Home owners are upgrading and first time home buyers are taking the plunge. As a Realtor, a common question asked by many of my buyer clients is what route to should take; purchase a condo apartment or a freehold home. My answer…well it depends.

Continue Reading June 4, 2009 at 10:20 am Leave a comment

Toronto Condos with Low Maintenance Fees

Buying a condo essentially means buying into a low maintenance way of living. Condos can be an affordable and stress free way to live as each month the owner pays a maintenance fee to cover certain common costs of the building. While having a low maintenance fee is ideal there are other factors to consider such as what is included in the monthly maintenance fee and the financial health of the buildings condo corporation.

Continue Reading May 31, 2009 at 1:20 pm Leave a comment

Toronto Condos Going Green

Toronto is going green. I’m sure you’ve noticed a large majority of Grocery stores in Toronto are now encouraging shoppers to bring their own recyclable grocery bags. As well, Torontonians took part in the earth hour which demonstrates that we are becoming more aware of our environment. Did you ever think about living your every day life more green? Well now you can as Toronto has jumped on green band wagon with over over 2,000 green condos units.

Continue Reading May 29, 2009 at 2:40 pm Leave a comment

Toronto Real Estate Market “Springing” Back

April was great news for the Toronto Real Estate Board. With 8,107 real estate sales is the Toronto Real Estate Market “springing” back?

Continue Reading May 14, 2009 at 10:10 am Leave a comment

Mandatory Home Energy Audits in Toronto Real Estate

Did you ever wonder how energy efficient your home is? Well now you are required to find out. The provincial government has passed Bill 150: the Green Energy Act, forcing Ontario residents to add another task to their to-do list before they can sell or lease out their home.

Bill 150, the Green Energy Act would force home owners to provide information on how energy efficient their home is before selling or leasing the property.

Continue Reading April 29, 2009 at 1:35 pm Leave a comment

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