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This ultra chic fully renovated corner penthouse condo suite features two bedrooms plus a den, two bathrooms, high ceilings, and quality finishes. You will appreciate the numerous upgrades and features including a home automation system for lights, blinds, temperature control, custom white and gold finishes throughout and extended doorways.
While purchasing a cottage as a recreational property or even as a year-round home can be an excellent investment in both the short and long term, there are some important factors to consider during your hunt for the perfect getaway home.
Buying a home with tenants is a unique scenario. The transaction goes beyond the typical buyer and seller arrangement. It can be an especially complicated scenario for the buyer.
A recent report from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) revealed that two-thirds of the nation’s housing markets are slanted in favour of sellers. With supply failing to keep up with demand, this could be the top trend for the foreseeable future.
We are excited to share that RE/MAX Noblecorp Real Estate Brokerage is opening a new office, located at 20 Maud Street in Toronto – in the heart of King West! Broker/Owner Vito Anthony Casella has a growth focused vision for his brokerage, and this expansion will allow his team to better serve the Greater Toronto Area as a new Urban Division, targeting the downtown core.
Residential unit sales in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) have doubled and average price has increased more than 450% since 1996, as strong demand and limited supply continue to drive rapid price escalation throughout the 416 and 905 area codes, according to a report released today by RE/MAX Canada.
Would you move further out of the city to secure the type of home you’re looking for within budget? Given how popular work from home has been in the last few years, the option to choose home type first and city second is opening up to more buyers in Southern Ontario.