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Archives for May 2007

Highest midmonth total ever

May 16, 2007 — The resale housing market got off to a roaring start in May, with 5,003 sales reported during the first 15 days of the month, Toronto Real Estate Board President Dorothy Mason announced today. This is an 11 per cent increase over the first half of May 2006 and the highest midmonth […]

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Five New Buildings Slated For The Foot Of Yonge St.

One of Toronto’s last prime pieces of waterfront real estate is about to get the condo treatment. The old Marine Terminal 27 site at the foot of Yonge St. is about to see construction. The developers are hoping for 5 towers with 1500 to 2000 units. City councillors claim there is nothing that they can […]

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DO YOU INTEND TO BUILD A HOME, A COTTAGE, RENOVATE?

Understanding the Construction Financing Process 1 Building your own home is an exciting and rewarding project. We’re here to help you understand the process of financing the construction of your new home so that you can get started with confidence and proceed with peace of mind. You may have some experience in obtaining mortgage financing […]

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Revival in Corktown

Corktown is one of Toronto’s oldest and most historic areas. Nearby the Distillery District and running from the Don River in the East to Berkeley St. this area used to be a gathering place for Irish immigrants many from County Cork. They came to Canada fleeing the potato famine. Toronto’s population doubled in the mid […]

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City Plans New Tax For Toronto Home Buyers! Time to Protest

Public meetings, which start today, are an opportunity for Toronto residents and businesses to tell the City what they think of various new taxes that are being considered. These proposals were only announced less than two months ago, and the City’s Executive Committee could make decisions on them next month. Possibly the biggest tax that […]

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