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What is the cost of living in Toronto and why is it so high?

Toronto is known as one of the most expensive cities in the country. Why is that the case, and where are prices headed in the future?

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Pre-Construction In the Age of Rising Interest Rates

As markets across the country begin to cool from last year's highs, the world of preconstruction is facing its own share of new changes.

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Time to bring back the limited dividend company model to build affordable housing

There’s no silver bullet to end the housing supply crisis but an initiative called the limited dividend company (LDC), if resurrected, might be a good way to gain traction for affordable rental housing projects.

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What Canadians need to know about U.S. mortgages

Many Canadians dream of also owning a home in the U.S., but the homebuying process varies between our two countries. Here is important information you need to know before you dive into the buying process.

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We must lay groundwork to get more youth into construction industry

The labour shortage is a very real problem for the residential construction industry that, if left unchecked, could slow down building of much-needed new homes.

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How downtown Hamilton is poised for a big 2022

Sandy MacKay, a top local realtor from the Hamilton area, says that investors should be paying attention to the city as it has a lot to offer.

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House of Commons Finance Committee to hold hearings on housing “balloon”

Exploding prices on homes have been hitting Canadians harder and harder with each passing year and, unfortunately, many are losing hope. When is change finally going to come?

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Toronto home values grew by over 28% in 2021 – but Brantford has it beat

Toronto may be attracting a lot of attention, but the nearby city of Brantford actually has it beat. Here's what this top Brantford realtor, Adam DeGroote, has to say on the matter.

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Greenlighting new Toronto parking space requirement policy was right move

It made no sense to force developers to build and homebuyers to pay for underground parking spaces that aren’t being used.

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Accelerating climate plan timeline will hamper efforts to build much-needed housing

Toronto city council has accelerated the timeline for its TransformTO climate action plan in hopes of reducing community-wide greenhouse gas emissions to net-zero by 2040.

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GTA real estate market forecast for 2022 and beyond

For over a year now, markets in the GTA have continuously reported record-breaking months and record-high house prices.

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The 5 myths and realities of U.S. home buying for Canadians

Buying property in the United States is well within reach, but only if you have the proper plans in place and help. Here's what you should consider.

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Why diversification in Calgary is key to the city’s new era

Recent efforts towards diversification are making the city an increasingly attractive choice for families and investors.

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