Wednesday, May 17, 2017 is National Real Estate Day, a day for all Canadians, REALTORS® and their clients to celebrate home ownership.Read More HAPPY NATIONAL REAL ESTATE DAY TORONTO!
We crunched the numbers for 219 cities in Canada and determined which are the Best Places to Live in the country, based on cost, amenities and more. Source: Canada’s Best Places to Live 2016Read More Canada’s Best Places to Live 2016
Do you know a female entrepreneur who deserves to be recognized? Here’s your chance to nominate her for an RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Award. Nominations close on Friday. As driven and connected young professionals (YPs), we are willing to bet that many of our Notable.ca readers know a female entrepreneur (or know of her) who […]Read More Last Week to Nominate an Exceptional Female for RBC’s Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards
Interesting piece from the Globe and Mail today – although with the market the way it is, if you have a detached or even a semi in good condition, it almost doesn’t matter where it is! By Carolyn Ireland Toronto’s capricious spring real estate market has lots of people feeling perplexed. Sales have been tumbling […]Read More Where are Toronto’s prime real estate pockets?
Ontario Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit The Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit is a permanent personal income tax refund for seniors and the family members who live with them. Those who qualify can claim up to $10,000 worth of home modifications on their tax returns and receive back 15 per cent of eligible expenses. A […]Read More Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit
The Toronto Star’s Royson James wrote an interesting article about job growth in Toronto: “For the first time in 20 years, growth in downtown commercial real estate is outstripping growth in the rest of the GTA, sparking a revival of fortunes for the once battered 416 region.” Some of the more stats: Since 2000, Toronto […]Read More Thriving downtown lures jobs back to the core
Five years ago, the big news was a low-rise condo at the corner of Queen and Sherbourne that was to make the revitalization of Moss Park. Units had been sold and it looked like a go. Then the project fell apart. The GridTO’s Jacob Rutka looks at why: If there was a contest held to […]Read More Why was Kormann House never built?
The Financial Post recently published an article that says the two biggest regrets home buyers have are not having a large enough down payment and not knowing the true cost of home ownership. It’s much more than just a mortgage! A good realtor can let you know the full closing costs, property taxes and what […]Read More How to avoid home buyers’ regret
It’s always fascinating to hear what outsiders think of Toronto and how they view our neighbourhoods. The New York Times recently visited the vibrant neighbourhood of West Queen West and published a piece in their travel section: THE textile and fabric designer Julie Jenkinson was hard at work putting the finishing touches on her vintage […]Read More In Toronto, a Second Act
If you’ve passed by Allan Gardens lately, you’ve likely noticed the hoarding that’s been put up while a new water main is under construction. Kristyn Wong-Tam wanted to prevent this from being an eyesore through 2015. Here’s the story: From OpenFile, by Melissa Wilson: It’s been just under six months since a chunk of Allan […]Read More Kristyn Wong-Tam has big plans in store for Allan Gardens