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Toronto’s Short-Term Rental Bylaw Under Review

The City of Toronto is evaluating its short-term rental bylaw to identify areas of improvement. Specifically, the City is considering strengthening the primary residence requirement, streamlining the operator registration revocation process, introducing additional measures to curtail rental activity by unregistered…

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New Laws that Affect Buyers and Sellers

At the start of 2023, several new government policies impacting buyers and sellers came into effect. Here is a breakdown of three of the most noteworthy. Foreign Buyer Ban Non-Canadians are prohibited from purchasing residential properties, including detached and semi-detached…

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Toronto Residents Face Increased Fees in 2023

Toronto city council has approved the highest property tax increase for homeowners since the city’s six boroughs amalgamated in 1998. The 5.5% residential tax hike will amount to an additional $183 for the average Toronto household, says the City. However,…

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How to Find Out About Construction Projects

Ever wonder if a neighbourhood you’re looking at buying a home in will soon see a flurry of construction activity? Not construction (and the associated disruption) related to the filling of potholes or the replacement of city pipes. Rather, I’m…

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