LEGO My House: How Many LEGOs Would It Take to Build Your House?

LEGO My House: How Many LEGOs Would It Take to Build Your House?

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INFOGRAPHICS: Economic Impact of a Home Sale

INFOGRAPHIC: When a family or individual purchases a home, there are direct and indirect ripple effects in the province and local economies. With any home purchase, there is more to the buyer’s and seller’s expenditures than the mortgage payment and closing costs.more…….

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Toronto Condo Market Shows Signs Of Slowdown

Toronto Condo Market Shows Signs Of Slowdown

The ‘Manhattanization’ of Toronto will change family-housing dreams. Of the 6,005 condos ready for occupancy this year, 63 per cent are studios or one-bedrooms. The average size is 822 square feet. The 9,090 condos slated for completion in the former city of Toronto in 2014 are an average size of 695 square feet; 67 per cent are studios or one-bedroom units, according to a report by Urbanation. The developers in the downtown market are catering their product to investors, who are interested in smaller units that are easier to rent or flip. The larger the unit, the longer it takes to rent out or sell…..more

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Home prices rise in February, but pace slows

Home prices rise in February, but pace slows

WHY Home Prices are still on the Rise? Source: Hannif Highclass Publish:MY BLOG: Toronto Real Estate: April 6, 2011 what you should expect Price increases in Canada’s booming housing market may be topping out, according to the latest survey by the country’s largest real estate organization. The Canadian Real Estate Association says the survey of […]

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Why Do You Want to Buy a Home?

Why Do You Want to Buy a Home?

Should I Buy or Continue Renting?

What are my real reasons for buying? It seems like a simple enough question yet it is not.
If you are in the market to buy a home of your own, you need to ask yourself one question: WHY?

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What happens during recession?

What happens during recession?

The reasons behind economic downturns remain largely unsolved. However, there are several traditional explanations to the phenomenon.The traditional explanations postulate that recessions are caused by events that have an economy-wide impact, such as an

increase in interest rates

decline in consumer confidence.

Firms reduce output and lay off workers, which further decreases demand, and the economy slows even more. In Canada our Exports especially to USA.

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TREB Market Watch August 2011

TREB Market Watch August 2011

August 2011: Toronto Real Estate Market Report: Market conditions remain tight as sales growth outstripped growth in new MLS listings. Home sales will be bolstered by low mortgage rates. September 7th. – Bank of Canada announced, no intention to raise interest rates at least till early 2012. More details….. complete with charts & videos Go…
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Housing market gone mad?

Housing market gone mad?

Bully Bids Symptom in Housing Market Source:  Susan Pigg Published: Toronto Star  Friday, Aug. 19, 2011 At first glance, 221 Lee Ave. is just a simple semi. Its front lawn could double for a toboggan slope. Its neighbors are a hodgepodge of new infills and century-old homes. It’s hardly a knockout when it comes to […]

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Home Buying Guide

Home Buying Guide

A Must Read especially for 1st. Time Buyer I just wrote this 83 page report just for you and I would like to give it to you for FREE BUY YOUR HOME AS THE PRO’S DO I am also going to show you Location is everything Finding the right Realtor Watching the market Home Inspections […]

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Housing starts climb 4.3% in July

Housing starts climb 4.3% in July

Canadian Mortgage & Housing Corp CMHC REPORT! Source: Toronto— Reuters Published: Tuesday, Aug. 09, 2011 9:23AM EDT Canadian housing starts unexpectedly climbed 4.3 per cent in July, data showed Tuesday, setting the third quarter off to a strong start in new home construction and maintaining its role as a key support to the economy. Starts, […]

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