As of March 30, 2022, the Government of Ontario has increased the Non-Resident Speculation Tax on real estate from 15% to 20%, and it now applies across the entire province. Here’s what that change means.
There are a couple of situations where sellers need to know the value of a property at a certain point in time. When your time machine is on the fritz, here’s how we determine the historical value of a property.
While it’s challenging to do properly, it is possible to determine a tight range of valuation for your home by gathering market information, assessed values and identifying two types of comparable properties.
As we near the end of the decade, it’s interesting to look back and see what things looked like at the start of the decade. Here’s a comparison of 2010 versus how things look now as we head into the latter half of 2019.
I’m not ashamed to admit I like commercials. Commercial properties that is. If you thought I was talking about those things that used to run between programs, then no, I don’t like commercials. You remember commercials right? Way back when people watched one episode of a show at a time. […]