As prices continue to rise, many Canadians find they are stuck in their starter home. What options do growing families have, if they can’t afford to move up in the market?
For many Canadians, affording a second baby – and moving to a home with more space for their growing family – is a big challenge. In Canada’s hottest housing markets, buying a larger home isn’t always possible – but you do have options.
Toronto’s condominium market is soaring as Canada’s largest city continues to attract more people for work and play. Currently there are more than 100,000 units under construction, 123 high rise projects underway and 160 planned to start soon. That’s more than any other city in North America. Prices have soared too, up almost 26 per …
Real estate pundits love to point to the crash-prone boogeyman that is the condo market – but two recent reports suggest that high-rise living is just getting started in Canada.
An advantage to condo living is all maintenance and repairs are handled by the board, and included in your condo fees… right? Turns out, owners could be on the hook for certain fixes – meaning it’s just as important to invest in a home inspection when making your condo purchase.