Carmelina Condos

Carmelina Condos: Toronto New Condos For Sale Carmelina Condos is a new project in the Danforth coming soon developed by JFC. TACT Design has gained a notable reputation in the city by designing new condos such as Bauhaus Condos, Sync Lofts and Market Wharf. Carmelina is a sleek condo with …

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New King Edward Hotel by Skyline

Read this article from the Star and contact us if you are interested in new developments. Gil Blutrich is in the famed Crystal ballroom of Toronto’s King Edward hotel giving a guest a tour of his latest acquisition. There’s a forlorn chandelier in one corner, surrounded by exposed wiring and dust. …

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The best investment? Paying off your mortgage

Globe and Mail John Heinzl Published on Tuesday, Sep. 22, 2009 7:42PM EDT Last updated on Friday, Oct. 30, 2009 4:49PM EDT What if I told you there was an ultrasafe investment that paid 6 or 7 per cent annually, guaranteed? Would you be interested? No, it’s not a Ponzi …

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What condo purchasers need to watch for

From Friday’s Globe and Mail October 31, 2008 at 12:00 AM EST Ask anyone who has bought a new condominium suite recently and they will tell you: (a) it is not like buying a house, (b) it is not like buying a resale condo, and (c) unless you are prepared, …

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GTA Resale Housing Market Continues to Reflect Economic Times

TORONTO, November 5, 2008 — The Greater Toronto Area resale housing market reported 5,155 sales in October, Toronto Real Estate Board President Maureen O’Neill announced today. This represents a 35 per cent decline from the 7,915 sales reported in October 2007 and a 25 per cent decrease from the 6,876 …

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June Market More Balanced [media clips]

July 4, 2008 — TREB Members reported 8,600 sales in June, TREB President Maureen O’Neill announced today. “Sales were down 18 per cent from the 2007 total of 10,451, which was the best performance ever for that month,” noted the president. “Nevertheless, the 8,600 figure is the fifth best June …

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Condo numbers hold steady [media clips]

First-quarter results were surprisingly strong, but the second quarter may be a better indicator Brianna Goldberg, National Post Published: Thursday, May 22, 2008 Toronto is being remade on a grand scale. Each Thursday, the National Post examines the people, places and issues behind Toronto’s condo boom. Even as there are …

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Trading parking for partying [media clips]

Young condo dwellers are ditching their cars to spend more on the finer things in life Dave McGinn, National Post  Published: Thursday, May 08, 2008 Toronto is being remade on a grand scale. Each Thursday, the National Post examines the people, places and issues behind Toronto’s condo boom. When Jennifer Lee …

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