Thinking of buying an income property? Click HERE for a great new Royal LePage report on the subject. Owning a rental property can be a profitable decision for many people. However, there is a lot to know about buying and selling a rental property. I help clients protect themselves with information, so they can make informed decisions. Ignorance is not bliss. Give me a shout before you buy or sell, if you'd like to be an informed consumer.
According to a new Royal LePage Canadian home price forecast, we may have passed the peak rate of price appreciation. Read why current home prices are nevertheless expected to continue rising here in the GTA, and how a boost in demand may come in the fall from foreign students, newcomers and investors as pandemic-era restrictions are lifted. CLICK HERE to read the full Royal LePage news release.
Every month, the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) releases it's Market Watch Report. It provides market commentary and includes statistics of various kinds on different types of homes in different areas. To read it, CLICK HERE
My ideal summer recreational property is a tent on a bed of pine needles by a camp fire. If yours is something more permanent, maybe with walls and a roof, by a lake, you may be interested in the new recreational property report by Royal LePage. To read it, CLICK HERE.
According to this new Royal LePage survey, most Canadian boomers looking for a new home want something that requires less maintenance. They also yearn for country living, and don't want to sacrifice living space. To read the full report, CLICK HERE.
Young Canadians are on the path to home ownership. Read the stats in this Royal LePage Report. CLICK HERE.
As GTA buyers sought more space and looked to areas outside the city centre, bidding wars arose and detached house prices increased in the second half of 2020. Read more in the new Royal LePage report HERE.