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April 2019 - Posts

Hold up: Did Mississauga just become the food capital of the GTA?
Mouth-watering baked on-premise pies, authentic hand-made Italian pasta, charcuterie boards, fresh fish, gourmet chips, sweet-whiskey pork ribs. All of this (with a dash of healthy options, if that’s your vibe) can be found in the heart of one of Read More...
The ROM is offering FREE entry on the third Monday of every month
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is offering Torontonians the perfect reason to ditch their regular Monday night plans. Starting Monday, April 15, the museum will be offering free admission to all visitors, every third Monday evening of the month. On 3rd Read More...
You'll be able to fly from downtown Toronto to Bruce Peninsula this summer
If you’ve ever wanted to visit the clear blue waters of Bruce Peninsula National Park during the summer, but don’t want to spend nearly four hours driving, we’ve got some good news for you. Starting in May, you’ll be able to fly Read More...
Average price of homes within walking distance of every GO Transit station (MAP)
With soaring real estate prices within the City of Toronto, many are looking just outside of the city to buy property. And for commuters, being close to a GO Transit station ranges from added bonus to downright necessary. Real estate website Zoocasa collected Read More...
This is how much you need to make to buy the average home in Toronto
It’s time to make a pact: no more avocado toast. And that’s just the first step to saving up enough dough to purchase a home in Toronto. According to new data from Zoocasa, buying a house in Toronto is only accessible to those within the top Read More...
Canadian housing affordability has actually improved, and it’s going to get better: report
For the first time in more than three years, owning a home has become more affordable in Canada, according to a new report from one of the country’s biggest banks — and the trend is expected to continue. “Home ownership costs dipped Read More...
Toronto’s condo boom is so big, the city has more cranes than New York, LA and Chicago combined
above its rapidly changing urban centre. There are 104 cranes set up in Toronto’s core, according to construction consultancy Rider Levett Bucknall’s latest Crane Index, which counts the presence of the lofty lifters in the 13 cities it has Read More...
Signs point to lower Canadian mortgage rates this year
Experts see signs that mortgage interest rates in Canada may continue dropping this year. In a note sent to clients this morning, BMO Senior Economist Robert Kavcic points to the fact that five-year government bond yields have been declining, a key indicator Read More...
Ontario town will soon accept Bitcoin for property tax
Experiment launched amid controversy about the risks of digital currencies The Ontario town of Innisfil will soon begin accepting digital currencies as payment for its property taxes, starting with Bitcoin. The town of 36,000 people is north of Toronto Read More...
Why Doug Ford's subway plan might actually work
Province’s push to change the city’s current transit plans has triggered outrage from Ford’s political foes Many Torontonians are quite understandably hugely skeptical about any transit plan touted by Premier Doug Ford, given the premier’s Read More...
GTA Apartment Building Sales Report
The chart below displays the total dollar volume invested and average price per unit on a quarterly basis for all apartment building transactions over $1M in the GTA. Total investment volume in 2018 reached a new high at $2.71B, outpacing 2017 volumes Read More...