For some homeowners, owning a large luxurious home with plenty of rooms is like a dream come true. It opens up a world full of opportunities to make the house a tad more appealing when you have enough space at your disposal. However, as much as pretty much all of us would want to own the largest penthouse available, not all homeowners are able to do so. This means that the rest have a much smaller space than they’d maybe hoped for. A smaller space that brings with it limited privacy and one that’s a tad harder to declutter and decorate ...
6 Ways to Maximize a Small Space
January 8, 2018
Happy New Year! 2018 the year of growth
January 1, 2018
Happy New Year! May 2018 be a happy, healthy, harmonious and prosperous one for you. To those that we have had the pleasure of working with and to all those who view Condominiums.ca for the latest listings and developments we are grateful for you and look forward to 2018 being a year of growth. Whether it is buying your first condominium, making a move or adding to your real estate portfolio, growth is always good. To quote Dr Seuss "Your mountain is waiting so get on your way." Happy New Year from the Condominiums.ca Team 416-888-0382 firstname.lastname@example.org
5 tips to make the most of your smaller Condo space
November 29, 2017
While homeowners have basements, spare rooms, and backyard storage sheds, condo dwellers don’t have that luxury. In most cases, condos come in small spaces. With this spatial restriction, people with a lot of things have to toss a few things, give away furniture and other stuff to declutter before moving into a Condo. In this article, we discuss five storage ideas that will make a small condo space feel bigger. Organize your Kitchen Freeing up kitchen space gives an appearance of a having more space. Store appliances and utensils while not in use. Free up the counter. While ...
2 Must Have Black Friday Items
November 24, 2017
It's Black Friday, which means people are looking for deals. Now I love a good deal as much as the next person but i've been fooled by the good deal one to many times in my life. So I now ask myself, do I really need this? Where is it going to go? I mean that 60 inch tv may be a great price but I already have a 55 inch and the room can't really hold a bigger size. You get the jist of what i'm saying. However, there are some things I've discovered this year that you ...
Top 5 Décor Trends of all Time
November 16, 2017
Decoration trends are dynamic. Patterns which may seem classic today might not necessarily be classic tomorrow. It makes sense, thus, to decorate your condo with the state of timeless art décor. It means thus you will always be in harmony with design trends. You don’t have to make any significant changes to keep up with the latest décor trends as they will still come and go. In as much as we want classic designs of all time, change is good sometimes. It is particularly essential when you are in the real estate business. Are you planning to sell your condo ...
Things to Know Before Buying a Condo
November 10, 2017
When you're in the market for a condo, there are unlimited things to consider. To begin with, you need to locate the right home for your needs...something with enough space to grow, something that suits your taste and budget. Be that as it may, all the more critically, you have to consider the neighborhood. In the event that you buy in the wrong neighborhood, even the absolute best home will soon turn into a wellspring of resentment. Below hear the factors clarified for you. Ensure you are ready to buy In case you're contemplating buying a home, look at ...
13.3 Percent Live in Canada Condos
November 6, 2017
CBC News released data from the 2016 census Wednesday showing “…households equal to 13.3 percent live in Canada condos, the ratio of households in condos has increased by 1.2 percentage points from the last census five years ago.” “Statistics Canada says almost 1.9 million Canadian households were living in condominiums as of 2016. As is to be expected, there is wide variety across the country when it comes to the popularity of condos as a choice of places to live.” “In Vancouver, for example, more than 30 percent of the population lives in condos, the highest percentage in Canada by ...
5 Tips to Get the Mortgage That’s Right for You
October 4, 2017
The process of securing a mortgage can be a little nerve-racking. It's sort of like finding a needle in a haystack only that now the process is a little bit more meticulous and more intimidating with a bit more variations and styles. And all the more if you are a new buyer. In this article, we are going to explore 5 helpful tips to help get the mortgage that’s just right for you. Ask for Advice I know what you must be thinking right now. Isn’t that kind of obvious? Well agreeably, it is pretty obvious but it ...
Tips for Buying a Condo in the Greater Toronto Area
September 28, 2017
The number of people that are buying condos in the city has significantly increased over the past couple of years to groundbreaking heights. And while acquiring one in the city and surrounding areas can prove to be a pretty valuable investment in the long run, there are also a couple of pitfalls that could come out of the situation if one doesn't make an informed decision during purchase. In this article, we are going to explore a few tips that will not only help you save time but also money and the mental trauma that comes with the purchase. Know ...
Toronto’s Condo Market Surprising Resilience
September 21, 2017
2017 has been a turbulent year for the Greater Toronto Area housing market. With the sales on a decline and the prices of detached homes slouching from earlier this year it has been surprising to see the GTA condo market’s unrelenting resilience in the midst of it all. In fact, many including the market watchers will tell you that it’s a truly surprising turn of events considering all the turmoil that the housing market is encountering. With all the steps taken to slow it down the condominium market still seems to emerge triumphant in the housing market improvement. On the other hand, economists ...