Whether you've just sold your place and need to buy a new one right away, you're in the last stages of a purchase and are wondering what to do, or you need guidance figuring out what to do once the storm blows over, you can always count on us for support
COVID-19 has definitely changed how we conduct our daily real estate business. All of our team members are working from home and all meetings are by phone or video. We are focused on how we can adapt our business practices and, in some cases, temporarily
By using your mortgage's skip-a-payment option, borrowing money from a HELOC or negotiating with your lender directly, you may be able to keep your mortgage up-to-date even if your income is interrupted. If you can't work out a deal with your lender, you
One thing we know for sure is that the real estate market is always changing as people and houses are constantly entering and leaving the market. Despite this fluidity, here are some trends to watch for to get a sense of the future of real estate.
There is something to be said about purging and decluttering --- it feels good. The other positive side effect is the opportunity to bless others. This is a lesson to be learned for all of us aging. We can hang on to all "that stuff" or we can bless
2020 Forecast predicts that a low supply, a surging population, and buyers returning to the market after mortgage stress test introduction in 2018, will keep pressure on prices in the Greater Toronto Area.
For most people, the barrier to home ownership in Canada is trying to save for that down payment. If you're already paying rent, you at least have an idea of what it's like managing high monthly costs. Those monthly costs usually aren't the issue
In late November, the Ontario government introduced Bill 145: the Trust in Real Estate Services Act, 2019, which proposes changes to the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002 (REBBA).
You probably know at least one Realtor since there are over 55,000 of them in the Toronto Real Estate Board alone. What do you do when your friend is an agent and you want to buy or sell a home? Here are some important criteria to consider
If this is the year that you’ve decided to do some redecorating or if you are thinking of rightsizing to a smaller home, consider using an app to virtually lay out your ideas first.
If you’re planning on putting your home on the market, you may know the basics of what buyers want to see. However, there are some things that today’s buyers are looking for that you might not have considered like
Comedian George Carlin’s most memorable routine was, “A place for my stuff.” In it, he talked about dealing with the increasing quantity of items we accumulate throughout life.
How long you plan to live in your home should determine which home improvements to tackle and how much you should spend. The top 5 renovations with the highest return on investment are kitchen, bathroom,
This month we are highlighting two bedroom, two bathroom (2B2B) condo apartments in popular areas. You will be amazed at how much you can save by buying in specific key areas in the GTA versus downtown. What does this mean for you? Read this to find out