Category: Real Estate

Toronto is a bustling city with a wide variety of office space options for rent. Some popular areas for office rentals in Toronto include: When it comes to office rentals, there are different options such as: When looking for office space in Toronto, it’s important…

As anyone who has ever let an apartment or alternative piece of real estate will testify, the process is an exceedingly difficult and challenging one to manage. Not only are there continual concerns regarding maintenance of the property, but the rights of paying tenants must…

History:The first settlers were the Ashbridge family who migrated to Canada from Philadelphia in 1793. The Ashbridges’s Bay Park was named after them. They and a handful of other families farmed this area until the late 1800’s when The Beaches properties were subdivided, and large chunks of land were set aside for local parks. When…

History: Subdivided during the 1870’s and 1880’s, The Annex quickly became one of the elite neighbourhoods in Toronto. The first residents were extremely affluent and included Timothy Eaton the owner of Eaton’s Department Stores and George Godderham of the Gooderham and Worts Distillery. The Golden era lasted until…

History:The story of Cabbagetown begins in the 1840’s. Thousands of settlers came from Ireland fleeing the potato famine in their homeland. These families were very poor and grew cabbage on their front lawns in order to feed themselves. The working class in this neighbourhood was…

History:Looking at the street names in this neighbourhood will give you clues to its rich history. Jarvis Street was named in honor of William Jarvis’ family, a previous provincial secretary in Upper Canada. Homewood Avenue was named after past Toronto mayor George Allan. Sherbourne Street…

As a prospective tenant looking for a place to rent, you should be aware that there are some very interesting rules that landlords must obey. As a renter you do have options and you do have rights. Please read below for some helpful hints. 1. The landlord…

Before hitting the classifieds and websites, make sure you have established how much you would like to spend on your monthly rent. If you are looking into a Toronto apartment rental you will find that an average 1 bedroom apartment ranges between $650 and $1400…