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Understanding Insurance for Condo Investors and Landlords with Daniel Mirkovic of SquareOneInsurance.ca

As a condo investor and landlord, do you need to have your own insurance? Find out the answer to this critical question and learn more about insurance and condo investing as Andrew la Fleur interviews the President and Founder of SquareOneInsurance.ca - Daniel Mirkovic. (function() { var baseUrl = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://' : [...]

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The Toronto Condo Market This Week – January 13, 2017

Even Toronto’s condos may become too costly for first-time buyers In the Greater Toronto Area, where the average price of a detached home is well over a million dollars, condos have represented the final vestige of affordability for many first-time buyers. I want to read the full article. Toronto Surges Ahead to Lead Canadian Luxury [...]

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Should Your Parents Sell Their House and Buy a Condo?

Are your parents at retirement age and wondering if now is the time to sell their home and buy a condo? You’re not alone - this is a very common question. In this episode, Andrew la Fleur looks at the many potential reasons why people think it’s a good idea to sell their home and [...]

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The Toronto Condo Market This Week – January 6, 2017

Condo think-tank Urbanation gives us their 2017 predictions Condos to increase in value, foreign ownership likely to remain modest, says Pauline Lierman. I want to read the full article. 2016 record year for Toronto home sales The Toronto Real Estate Board says the GTA’s average home price soared to $730,472 last month, up 20 per [...]

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What Happens When Your Condo Developer Goes Bankrupt?

Toronto developer Urbancorp looks to come out of their bankruptcy proceedings with $31m in their pocket, yet none of their purchasers will be getting their homes. What happened here and more importantly what can we learn from this saga as real estate investors? Listen to the True Condos Podcast on your iPhone or Android device! [...]

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The Toronto Condo Market This Week – December 16, 2016

Realtors say Canadian home prices will edge lower in 2017 Anticipating higher mortgage rates and fewer first-time buyers next year, the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) is adjusting its national housing market forecast for 2017. I want to read the full article. Townhomes offer solution to Toronto real-estate conumdrum Towns offer an affordable solution for [...]

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The Toronto Condo Market This Week – December 9, 2016

Frenzied year in GTA housing market comes to a close Last week, a circa-1930 mansion on the edge of a North York ravine arrived on the real estate market with an asking price of $4,999,800. I want to read the full article. Builders flock to high-end rental development In the past two or three years, [...]

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