Tarion has issued a new advisory on mandated deadlines related to the Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act.
A new resource, available for managers and boards, offers a due diligent standard approach for fire, safety and security during the COVID-19 response.
Building owners, managers and occupants can be assured that life-safety systems, telecommunications, elevators and HVAC can be maintained and repaired as necessary, and that janitorial and security staff are permitted on-site.
With the government's request for people to stay home as much as possible, many residential customers had been racking up inescapable higher costs of consuming electricity during the daytime hours.
With construction recently deemed an essential service by the Ontario government, industry members are promoting best practices to optimize safety.
The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board is asking its realtors to stop conducting in-person open houses for the time being and consider virtual alternatives.
Some basic chemistry lessons should be reiterated: mixing bleach with ammonia-containing or acid-containing products will produce a toxic reaction.
Some basic chemistry lessons should be reiterated: any mixture of bleach with ammonia-containing or acid-containing products will produce a toxic reaction.
Canada eased financing requirements for mortgages to boost the housing market and keep prices at bay.
Tridel unveiled a new innovation suite at Ten York Street, equipped with an array of smart home technologies that blend into the interior finishes.
A Montreal condo is rising directly above MAA Sports Club, a well-known heritage building in the Golden Square Mile neighbourhood
Canadian residential real estate is the next industry ripe for disruption, with new technology, innovation and business models poised to shift the sector.
Luxury condo prices are on the rise in Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa where certain factors are creating limited inventory in high demand areas.
Toronto-based real estate firm Marlin Spring and Hines are slated to develop a 2.8-acre property in Toronto’s Junction Triangle.
Aqualina at Bayside is the first high-rise condo in Toronto to earn LEED Platinum certification.
Water leaks are the leading cause of property losses in apartments, offices and other buildings, resulting in repairs and higher insurance premiums.
The City of Vancouver says its Empty Homes Tax program appears to be working as the number of vacant homes decreased since 2018.