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Toronto’s Population Density

February 12th, 2020
A recent survey by Finder verified that Toronto is the most desirable city to move to for real estate. In 2018, Toronto was named the 4th most liveable city in the world. Toronto is also the fastest growing city in North America. With all this great buzz and desire to live in Toronto (Toronto real estate truly is outstanding), one would think Toronto’s density is quite high from a global pers ...

Facts about Corporate Apartments You May Not Know

February 7th, 2020

Corporate housing is an excellent option for business professionals who are planning temporary stays in Toronto for any given period of time. Since these accommodations are turnkey or move-in ready, renting a corporate apartment in Toronto saves you the hassle of having to spend a lot of time and money looking for a place to stay. Renting a corporate apartment also saves you from burdening ...

What's Happening Around Town

February 5th, 2020

A Guide to Events Taking Place in Toronto

Courtesy of MAC Real Estate Services Inc.

 

Canadian International Auto Show

Feb. 14 - 23, 2020

The largest auto show in Canada is back with over a week’s worth of events and displays with the newest advents of the auto world. Skydome City is a five minute walk from the Convention Centre. MAC Suites’ Skydome City and King & Spadina Reside ...

Toronto’s Finest Coffee Shops For Business Meetings

January 31st, 2020

As one of the largest, most diverse, and densely populated metropolitans in the world, Toronto has a lot to offer business professionals in the way of commercial opportunities. People come to Toronto from all over the world to work and live here both temporarily and permanently. Over the years, Toronto has more than earned its reputation for a major financial and business hub. One reason th ...

Green Moving: Eco-Friendly Tips for Moving to Toronto

January 27th, 2020

We all like to fancy ourselves eco-friendly minimalists—that is, until moving day comes along and we realize just how much useless stuff we have. None of us wants to admit this, but many of us are not as minimalistic as we think, and this becomes the most evident when the time comes to move from one dwelling to another. It’s easy to fall into the trap of simply throwing out unused items rat ...

Duct Cleaning: getting your ducts in a row

January 15th, 2020
Many people often wonder whether duct cleaning is a valuable service or simply a scam. Luckily, it’s an easy question to answer. Duct cleaning is important for the quality of air within your home, and therefore, for your health - for this reason, it’s a very valuable service.

In a typical six-room home, up to 40 pounds of dust are created annually. When not properly maintained, the air ducts i ...

CONDO CORNER: Condos lead housing rebound in 2019

January 15th, 2020
The condominium apartment segment recorded some of the biggest increases in the GTA housing market throughout most of 2019. At the end of November, on a year-to-date basis, sales were up by 2.8 per cent, and the average price at $586,554 was up by $34,208 - a jump of 6.2 per cent - over the same period in 2018.

This growth trend will continue into 2020, gathering more steam. The recent Canada ...

Money Matters: tax credit for seniors

January 15th, 2020


thumb Benefits of being 65+


A homeowner who is 65 or over may be able to take advantage of some tax credits. The Ontario Senior Homeowners’ Property Tax Grant offers up to $500 for Ontario senior homeowners. For singles, with net adjusted family income over $35,000, the grant given will be reduced by 3.33 per cent for income up to $50,000. Seniors above that income level do not qualify for the gra ...

Housing: Toronto’s affordability crisis

January 15th, 2020
City’s economic boom plays a part

Toronto’s affordable housing crisis is an upshot of the supply and demand law at play: a growing housing demand and insufficient inventory are pushing property and rental prices out of reach for many.

The crux of the matter is that as the hub for many industries, Toronto and the GTA do and will continue to attract people from all over the country and the world ...

A year of strong recovery. Full steam ahead for 2020.

January 15th, 2020
With November's impressive year-over-year hike of 14.2 per cent in sales, the GTA housing market is officially back in black. What’s more, according to industry experts this strong housing market trend will continue into 2020.

thumbOn a year-to-date basis, November 2019 saw a 12 per cent increase in transactions over the same period in 2018. The average price for 2019 reached $818,386, which is a ...
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