Finding the Perfect Toronto Real Estate Agent

Perhaps you are finally ready to start your own business and have decided to buy the local diner on the corner. Or perhaps you have decided to sell your starter home and are upgrading in size to meet the needs of your expanding family. Currently, the real estate is booming in Toronto. However, buying/selling real

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Will Toronto surpass New York as high-rise capital of North America

High-rises have long been considered the mark of a city and even a country that’s economically prosperous. These tall buildings shape the skyline, represent the best in living and office space, and make the densest urban areas in the world possible. Of the top 20 cities with the most high-rise buildings, six of them are

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Looking For A New Home On The Toronto Market

The Toronto real estate market is a big one to enter and can be intimidating just by the sheer number of properties that are on the market on any given day. The good thing about this is that there are plenty of real estate agents to help you, but if you’re just getting started, here

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Brett Miller to Lead Jones Lang LaSalle in Canada

Jones Lang LaSalle has just announced the appointment of Brett Miller as the new president of its Canada operations. Miller, who is based in Toronto, will be responsible for overseeing and growing business throughout Canada from 14th May onwards.

Scotia Plaza to Go On Sale with Possible $1 Billion Price Tag

Money talks, and the Bank of Nova Scotia is hoping some prospective buyers with fat wallets are ready to start chatting. The bank has confirmed that it is now looking to sell its towering 68-story Toronto skyscraper, Scotia Plaza. Canada’s second-tallest skyscraper will soon be up for sale, and the transaction could go for around

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Canada’s Real Estate Now More Affordable, Study Says

Homes in Canada became a bit more affordable in the third quarter of 2011, according to a new report by RBC. Most parts of Canada saw a decrease in housing costs, with Vancouver being the one exception. The index RBC uses calculates the affordability of housing at a given time. The lower the index, the

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