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CFAA urges Senate to ban home growing

Yesterday, CFAA made another attempt to prevent home growing of marijuana in rental units, when CFAA President John Dickie appeared at the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs. Rather than focusing on rental buildings, we fell in line …

Election Act Changes

Elections Ontario would like to remind landlords and condominium corporations about changes to the Election Act that allows candidates and canvassers access to multi-unit residential buildings. 
Under new legislation, a candidate, or his or her representative, is legally entitled to have access to …

Winners and losers f...

It’s been one year since the Ontario Fair Housing Plan changed the rules of the real estate game in the Toronto region, and it’s a dramatically different market 12 months later.
Some 40 per cent fewer homes are changing hands year-over-year, …

Builders scrap pre-s...

Builders in Toronto’s frenzied condo market are walking away from giant towers they have pre-sold, reflecting a rougher road to profits — and leaving buyers in the lurch.
Soaring construction costs and condo values in Canada’s largest city, where prices have …

Pump prices, airline...

OTTAWA — Canada’s annual inflation rate continued creeping higher last month to hit 2.3 per cent.
The March figure from Statistics Canada shows the pace of inflation inched a little farther past the midpoint of the central bank’s ideal range of …

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Quote Worthy

Long-standing rental owners will see compressed incomes, as the discrepancy between rents in existing building and new building widens. That reduces the turnover rate and raises the risk of creating a vicious circle of reduced revenue leading to reduced upgrades, which lead to reduced revenue, etc.. ~ Daryl Chong, President & CEO, Greater Toronto Apartment Association

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RENTT
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Spin Cycle

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