Condominiums

Condo Insurance Myths

11 Condo Insurance Myths – Busted

There are many myths about all types of insurance, including condo insurance. Even though this insurance is less complex than… Read More »

pre-construction condo project is cancelled

What Happens When a Pre-Construction Condo Project is Cancelled?

Imagine paying hundreds of thousands of dollars for a pre-construction condo, only to learn that your developer has cancelled the… Read More »

Customize a condo for kids

How to Customize a Condo for Kids

It might seem as though all your friends with kids are moving out to the suburbs and opting to take… Read More »

Pre-construction cooling off period

The Pre-Construction Cooling Off Period: What Ontario Buyers Should Know

While experiencing misgivings is a normal part of the home buying process, buyers who feel enough regret to walk away… Read More »

Can You Ever Be Forced to Sell Your Condo

Can You Be Forced to Sell Your Condo?

With the average detached home in Toronto selling for well over a million dollars and semis not far behind, for… Read More »

Hamilton Condo

6 Reasons to Buy a Hamilton Condo

Hamilton has a proud designation as Ontario’s Steel Town, with a rich history as a centre of industry and, more… Read More »

Pay More for a Condo on a Higher Floor

Should You Pay More for a Condo on a Higher Floor?

A cursory glance at Toronto’s skyline is enough to tell you that the city’s condo boom shows no signs of… Read More »

What can you do if your landlord sells your unit

What Can You Do If Your Landlord Sells Your Unit?

If you’ve scored a Toronto condo at a reasonable monthly rent that isn’t so small you feel claustrophobic just thinking… Read More »

Condo communities outside of Toronto's downtown

3 Bustling Condo Communities Outside of Toronto’s Downtown

The view from the CN Tower observation deck has changed drastically in the last few decades. One would look out… Read More »

Investing in a 905 Condo

The Benefits of Investing in a 905 Condo

In 1993 Bell Canada was facing a big problem in the Greater Toronto Area: there was a huge demand for… Read More »