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BUY IT. SELL IT. RENT IT.

Buying, selling or renting a home doesn’t have to be scary. Armed with helpful information and guidance from the right Realtor, the process can be a pleasant one, allowing you to focus on what matters most — the end result.

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BUY

Buying a home is a big deal as it’s probably the most expensive purchase you’ll ever make. Here are tips to ensure a successful and (virtually) stress-free experience, and, most importantly, become an empowered buyer.

SELL

To make the selling process as pleasurable as possible, it’s important to start planning the sale of your home early. By following these simple steps, you’ll be well on your way to hanging a sold sign on your property.

RENT

Finding a rental property can be time-consuming, stressful and even off-putting in a big city like Toronto that has low vacancy rates. Learn the advantages of working with a licensed Realtor, so you can come out on top.

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Want to explore Etobicoke? Here's your guide to six communities. Learn about who lives there, average home prices, how to get around, local schools, neighbourhood highlights and more in these detailed profiles.

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Stay current on what's hot (and not) in the real estate market, new legislation affecting homeowners, neighbourhood-specific news, home design tips and trends, maintenance matters and everything in-between.

The Greater Toronto Area saw increases in sale prices, inventory levels and buyer activity in March, signifying an improvement in market conditions.
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The Greater Toronto Area is expected to surpass Vancouver as Canada’s most expensive housing market, according to a new report by Royal LePage.
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A Montreal tenant has been ordered to pay back taxes on his monthly rent that his overseas landlord failed to remit, setting a worrisome legal precedent.
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Which condos in the Greater Toronto Area have the highest and lowest maintenance fees? Here are the buildings at the top and bottom of the list.
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The Canadian federal government is extending the amortization period on insured mortgages to 30 years for first-time homebuyers. But there are caveats.
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