One Reason To Love New Home Development
Sure, everyone understands the need for new home development – homes, condos, infrastructure and other amenities.
Hpg Golf Tournament Helps Fight Homelessness
HOMES Publishing Group’s 15th Annual Invitational Charity Golf Tournament at the Kings Riding Golf Course in King City on September 18 began with a shotgun start and finished with a $18,000 cheque presentation to Raising the Roof, with a 15-year of over $290,000.
A Beach Of A Deal From Warren Buffett
In 1971, Warren Buffett bought a contemporary-style beach home in Laguna Beach for $150,000, long before prices on the Southern California Pacific Coast began to skyrocket.
Product Profile: The Pella Difference
Whether your home is traditional, contemporary or somewhere in between, Pella has the right options to complement your design needs
Menkes Breaks Ground On Waterfront Innovation Centre On Toronto Waterfront
Menkes Developments Ltd. in partnership with Alcion Ventures, has broken ground on the Waterfront Innovation Centre – a new landmark office building on the Toronto waterfront.
Editor's Choice: Kingsmen Group
Every family has different needs, and these needs change over time. That's why Kingsmen has always been proud of the diversity of its communities.
The Researcher: Are Developers Properly Managing Risk?
With land prices skyrocketing across the GTA and zoning approval timelines growing, the upfront financial investment required by developers has increased substantially in recent years.
The Industry Leader: Where Did The Money Go?
Did you realize that when you sell and buy a new home in the GTA, as much as a quarter of the price consists of fees, taxes and charges imposed by the three levels of government?
The Council: Keesmaat’s 100,000 Housing Plan Doomed To Fail
Toronto mayoral candidate Jennifer Keesmaat’s goal to build 100,000 affordable homes over the next 10 years is bold but unrealistic. READ MORE
The Analyst : Premier Ford: Seven Steps To Housing Affordability
Here are seven steps to relieving the price pressure and improving housing affordability in the GTA that Ontario Premier Doug Ford should consider. READ MORE