There are several reasons that bring people to live in a big city such as Toronto, Markham, and Mississauga - bigger career opportunities, better jobs, cultural immersion, higher education or a more dynamic lifestyle. But, when people want to strive for a healthier way of living, they usually go the other way – away from the noisy, fast and the dynamic city beat. But, before you head out, here are ways to make city living healthier for you and your family. Walk the neighbourhood With all amenities and establishments nearby, you can forget about driving in downtown Toronto ...
Ways to Make City Life Healthier for You
February 5, 2018
Reasons Why Condos are the Best Retirement Home
January 29, 2018
Retirement is one of those milestones that call for a change. A change in lifestyle, change of scenery and a new home. Due to the significant financial, physical and lifestyle changes, most retirees will need to downsize and/or move to a more retiree-friendly location. Condos are popular as starter homes for singles and young couples. Here are reasons why they are also the best option for retirees; Comfort and convenience You have reached the phase in your life when you no longer want to drive to places just to get your groceries, watch a movie or eat at ...
Advantages of Raising a Family in a Condominium
January 22, 2018
While the old way of thinking is to raise children in suburb homes with fenced-in yards, it is also entirely reasonable to raise a happy family in condominium buildings. Looking at the number of new condos popping up that are designed for families, the idea is steadily gaining recognition and appreciation. Besides the fact that condos cost significantly less than houses, here are other advantages of raising your family in condos; There’s fun in numbers By the numbers, we mean the people nearby who can become your kids’ friends and playmates, babysitters, other moms who can take ...
6 Rookie Mistakes Every First Time Homebuyer Makes
January 17, 2018
If you are reading this, then it can only mean one thing – you are gearing up to buy your first condo and you want everything to be absolutely seamless. But will it? The truth is although the thought of buying your own place can be invigorating and exciting for the most part, it can also be an exhausting and scary affair too. Especially when you hardly know where to start and how to go about it. You can make plenty of mistakes along the way that might end up costing you a home and tons of money too ...
The Advantages of Downsizing to a Condominium
January 15, 2018
The downsizing trend has taken the world by storm. Although the minimalist lifestyle is now widely appreciated and accepted, a lot of people still have to grasp its advantages. The word downsize may seem to have a negative connotation to some, but, it really is a positive change when taken with the right attitude and approach. Condominiums are considered the most sensible first-step option to downsizing. While condo living offers a lifestyle that for some is not the traditional image of “home”; not having your own backyard, sharing amenities with other people and abiding by certain rules, many ...
Which is More Beneficial – Buying a Condo or Renting?
January 12, 2018
I know what you must be thinking right now. Isn't that question a little bit obvious? Unfortunately, the answer to this question is not as easy as it was decades ago when common wisdom dictated that you buy a property as soon as you can. In fact, the schematics and dynamics of ideologies have evolved quite a bit over the past few years thanks to the cold hard economics that owning a home now brings to the table. No need to worry though. Here are a couple factors that we have put together to help you determine whether it is ...
6 Ways to Maximize a Small Space
January 8, 2018
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 ...
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 email@example.com
What You Need to Know When Renting A Home or Apartment in Canada
December 20, 2017
Relocating to a new place can be quite a hurdle. Most especially when you have absolutely no idea what to expect in terms of rentals and what not’s. That’s why in a bid to make your relocation efforts a little less hectic we have compiled a few important things you need to know when you rent a home or apartment in Canada. Understand the expenses included in the rental rate Although other places might have a slightly different way of doing things, in Canada, the rental rate is often tagged to a number of different expenses. For instance ...
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 ...