I have a client who is in the middle of purchasing a new condo and we are currently in our 10-day rescission period. I am helping my client do their due diligence in reviewing their contract with a lawyer, making sure the financing is in place for the deposits as well as the mortgage, answering [...]
For years, it wasn’t much of a contest. Queen West vs. Queen East? Come on. Bloor West Village vs. The Danforth? Please. Trinity Bellwoods Park vs. Moss Park? Not even close. The West side has consistently come out on top in the battle of the most desirable ‘hoods in the City to call home. Come […]
It’s crazy out there. The spring real estate season is well underway and as a result hundreds of Torontonians are suffering from PBWS (Post Bidding War Syndrome). Common symptoms include dizziness, lack of sleep, and a major case of the shoulda woulda couldas. Like what you see? Read the rest at blogTO.com.
It’s that time of year again. The weather is warming up, the Maple Leafs are booking their tee times (sorry Leafs’ fans), and ‘For Sale’ signs are popping up on front lawns across the city. Yep, the Real Estate season is in full swing. It’s about this time every year that thousands of Torontonians ask […]
While not everyone in this city is enthusiastic about the chance to buy a pre–construction condo, the fact is, new condos make up a growing portion of the condo market in Toronto and they have that undeniable ‘cool’ factor by virtue of their newness. Like what you see? Read the rest at blogTO.com.
The fall real estate market is in full swing and many Torontonians are spending their days surfing MLS.ca and their weekends visiting open houses, searching for that perfect place that makes their heart flutter. For those of you who are looking at condos, you may have heard something about a Status Certificate and if you […]
In response to the public outcry regarding Miller’s new taxes, BMO is offering a promotion in which they will pay the city’s new land transfer tax for buyers. Of course certain restrictions apply including you must switch your primary bank account to BMO if it is not there already. However, if their interest rates are […]
The province just announced a new tax rebate for first time buyers in Ontario. Well, it is not exactly new, because the program previously existed for new homes and condos, but now the program will apply to resale homes and condos as well. The province will rebate up to $2000 for all first time buyers […]