The Port Credit neighbourhood is all geared up for an upgrade like never before. The most anticipated Brightwater project in Mississauga’s Port Credit is planning on redefining the place as “A neighbourhood within a village within a city.” A group of four leading developers in Toronto – the Kilmer, DiamondCorp, Dream and FRAM+Slokker have worked … Continue reading To the bright side with Brightwater.
The newest talk of the town, Untitled Toronto is the name of the new residential development near Yonge and Eglinton, in Toronto. This brand new joint venture from Reserve Properties and Westdale Properties has hit the news due to the involvement of the ten-time Grammy award winner – Pharrell Williams. The launching of Untitled Toronto … Continue reading UNTITLED TORONTO CONDOS: THE NEW WAVE OF CONDOS DESIGNED BY PHARREL WILLIAMS
A pedestrian-friendly and historic town located in Toronto, the Distillery District has plenty to offer, ranging from artistic places to endless shopping destinations. The area gets its name from its former occupants, the Gooderham and Worts Distillery and is now one of the prime areas of settlement in the city of Toronto. Located in close … Continue reading The Ever-happening Distillery District, Toronto
It is a known fact that condos have had a significant role in bringing up a drooping real estate market in Toronto. But everyone is doubtful whether this trend of high demand for condos has started to cool off. Considering the fact that the contribution of the condo market in any increase in sales or … Continue reading Is there a Cooling in the demand of Condos in Toronto?
The United BLDG is a new development by Devpart located at 481 University Ave, Toronto. Located in Toronto’s Downtown neighbourhood, this ultramodern and sophisticated tower is just a few yards away from the subway station and Eaton centre. It is strategically located at the intersection of three prime business zones – Bay Street Corridor, Hospital … Continue reading Davpart Launches The UNITED BLDG at 481 University Ave, Toronto
With the condo market is growing fast in Toronto, people are largely turning to pre-construction condos. The surge in demand for pre-con condos is contributing to the increased construction projects across Toronto. The pre-construction condo market has become a preferred investment option for people who look to allocate money for making a profit in the … Continue reading Investing in a Pre Construction Condo
It is estimated that in 2017 roughly 48% of condo purchasers were investors. Many attribute this high number to the fact that buying a condo is one of the safest ways to invest your money profitably. These are times where investors have little confidence in the stock market and are not receiving enough from leaving … Continue reading 4 Reasons to Invest in Condos in Toronto & the GTA
Toronto is a city that offers many options when it comes to jobs, restaurants, education and places to live. However, everyone knows that this city can be expensive and when it comes to buying a singly family dwelling home this is certainly the case. The average price for a “house” on the market for Toronto … Continue reading Torontonians Prefer Condos over Houses as an Investment | 2018
To take in as much of what the city has to offer, urban home buyers show immense interest in downtown condo living in Toronto and the GTA. But incredibly different styles of living exist between residential homes and urban condominiums. Before making this major lifestyle decision, read up on the pros and cons of condo … Continue reading The Ups and Downs of Downtown Condo Living in Toronto and the GTA
Understanding the Turnover Trends in New Condo Development Projects in Toronto and the GTA When looking at the 2018 sales of over 130 downtown Toronto condos, the average market turnover is 6.35%, but this number doesn’t tell the whole story. Condo turnover relies greatly on several factors, including age, region, demographics, size, and others. We’re … Continue reading Understanding the Turnover Trends in New Condo Development Projects in Toronto and the GTA