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Buying a home comes with its fair share of contracts to sign and legalese to decode.
In the GTA's high-priced real-estate market, where the barrier to entry for owning a single-family home is exorbitantly high, the City of Brampton represents a rare vestige where detached properties still average for below the million-dollar mark.
06/16/2017 04:46 EDT
According to data from the Toronto Real Estate Board, the average price of a Toronto condo in the fourth quarter of 2016 climbed to $465,403 - a double digit 14 per cent jump that's more synonymous with low-rise family houses than high-rise apartments.
02/28/2017 12:26 EST
Homebuyers thinking of purchasing a new or pre-construction condo are often confused about the HST rebate. Questions like, "Who pays HST on new homes?" are often top of mind. And for good reason. The HST rebate can mean upwards of a $30,000 difference to your bottom line.
11/30/2016 07:53 EST
For die-hard urbanites on the hunt for a condo in the heart of Canada's largest metropolis, the old real estate adage location
10/13/2016 11:54 EDT
The old real estate tenet "don't buy a house more than three times your income" has little merit in today's market. Between the trifecta of record low borrowing costs, monumental price gains and a dire lack of supply across the Greater Toronto Area, working out how much you can afford to spend on your dream home isn't exactly clear.
08/15/2016 05:28 EDT
With prices at record highs, several industry insiders are speculating detached homes will soon be unattainable, pushing would-be buyers further toward more affordable options. Namely stacked townhomes and condo apartments -- even in the suburbs.
07/20/2016 12:35 EDT
For buyers in search of more space and other perks a condo can't offer, finding an affordable place to call home is a tough proposition, even in the burbs. In 2016 so far, the average detached home in the suburban GTA sits at around $855,000, up almost 20 per cent from a year earlier.
06/30/2016 04:11 EDT
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