New Luxury Condo

Welcome to Tridel’s Two Old Mill, a brand new ultra luxury building in the prestigious Old Mill neighbourhood. It’s Walkers’ Paradise (90 Walk Score) — just a short walk to subway, Bloor West Village shops, Old Mill restaurant and Humber River parkland. This spacious (777 sq ft) one bedroom plus den unit has two full… Read More

Invasive Plants A ‘Public Health Hazard’ Across Canada

Giant Hogweed

Giant hogweed sounds like something from a Harry Potter novel, but you won’t get magical powers from this invasive plant. Instead, you could get a nasty skin rash and be told — like a Renfrew, Ont. women was this summer — to avoid direct sunlight for as long as three years. The CBC reported that… Read More

The Top Three Reasons Buyers Choose The Homes They Buy

You may think buyers will love your home because of your extraordinary taste in home furnishings or the incredible job you did with your home addition. Nope, it’s not the décor or the vast add-on that gets them to commit, although they may help. There are three top reasons a buyer chooses to buy a… Read More

Blazing Hot Spring In Transition To A Cooler Summer

Toronto area prices in June were 12% higher than a year ago, continuing the trend toward a widening gap between 2015 and 2014 prices. The same trend is evident in the inventory of homes for sale, which was at 1.5 months’ supply in June, 25% lower than than in June 2014. This is despite a… Read More

Canadians Chip Away At Their Mortgages

During the last couple of years, the average Canadian home buyer made a down payment of $119,000, about one-third of the value of their homes. Most have fixed-rate mortgages with five-year terms and an average interest rate of three per cent, according to a recent report by the Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP)…. Read More