Kiwi Condos – How Cool Is That?
An iconic 14 Storey Condo is coming to 212 King William in the heart of Hamilton's Urban Art scene.
5 Things We Can Learn From Real Estate In 2018
With much of 2018 in the rear-view mirror, It’s been quite the year for the housing market in the GTA and elsewhere in Ontario. From sales and price fluctuations to supply concerns to rising housing costs. As 2019 approaches, here are five things we can learn from real estate in 2018.
Video – homes Publishing Group Celebrating 34 Years In 2019
A new year is always exciting, and as 2018 comes to a close and we look forward to 2019, HOMES Publishing Group prepares to celebrate its 34th year in business next year!
Gta Moving Into Balanced Market For 2019
Although the Greater Toronto Area housing market is somewhat in balanced territory, buyers and sellers are both up against the ropes.
Gta Home Prices Continue To Rise
Great Toronto Area average home prices continued their upward trajectory in November, rising 3.5 per cent year-over-year to $788,345, according to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).
Discover Your Urban Sanctuary At Pemberton's New Community In Stouffville
Set in the heart of Stouffville, presenting future residents with the modern conveniences of urban living coupled with the tranquility of overlooking a stunning ravine with spectacular views.
Valera 2 Condo Offers Buyers Another Option In Burlington
Gain first access to this fall's hottest condo from Adi Developments
Pratt Homes Offers Several Condo Options In The Barrie Area
Currently, Pratt Homes has condos available for sale in the following communities: Bistro 6 (South East Barrie), Bear Creek Ridge (South West Barrie) and Banting Square (South West of Barrie)
New Home Buying Opportunities Abound In Oshawa And Durham Region
Despite the bad news this week that General Motors Canada plans to close assembly operations in Oshawa, there are some good home buying opportunities in the city and elsewhere in Durham Region.
Ontario Government Commits To Housing Action Plan
The Ontario government says it is committed to a housing plan that makes more good quality places to live available for “the hardworking people of the province.”