Ontario's Fair Housing Plan From Ontario's Ministry of Finance Ontario's Fair Housing Plan introduces a comprehensive package of measures to help more people find affordable homes, increase supply, protect buyers and renters and bring stability to the real estate market. The plan includes: Actions to Address Demand for Housing Introducing legislation that would, if passed, implement a new 15-per-cent Non-Resident Speculation Tax (NRST) on the price of homes in the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) purchased by individuals who are not citizens or permanent residents of Canada or by foreign corporations. Ontario's economy benefits enormously from newcomers who decide to make ...
Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan
April 24, 2017
Holiday from Real Estate?
November 24, 2016
It’s holiday time again! And we are all so busy, even busier than usual. But that doesn’t mean you should put your real estate plans on hold! It may be inconvenient, or your home may look crowded with holiday decorations, but I recommend to all of my Sellers to keep their homes on the market through the holidays. You never know who is coming in to town, or coming in to money this holiday season so make your home available for showings and keep up the exterior even in the dead of winter. As for buyers, you too! Keep looking ...
Ask Sandra: Your Real Estate Questions Answered
November 21, 2014
There’s a lot to know when it comes to buyingand selling a property. So, we put the call to find out what you wanted to know. Real Estate expert Sandra Rinomato answers your questions. CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO Q: If I sell my 100-year-old house, am I responsible for hidden defects the buyer may uncover? A: A home owner is required to disclose all latent and patent deficiencies. If you know of an issue you are advised to disclose it to a potential buyer. Chances are anyone interested in buying a 100-year-old home will expect a few issues anyway and ...