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Hidden Nature Gems in Toronto

It is almost impossible to imagine Toronto without its ravines, shoreline, and woodlands, as they not only offer a welcomed escape from urban life, but they also add new energy to the ecosystem and provide a wide range of habitat for birds and other wildlife. So whether you are new to Toronto or just looking for some city treasures, here are the most amazing hidden gems great for hiking, biking, and connecting with nature itself.

Toronto Homeowner Tips: Getting Rid of Ants, Leaves & Mold

Let's face it, being a Homeowner in Toronto is not easy. From encountering carpenter ants in the spring, to fall bringing the usual dosage of rains and increased air moisture, and thus mold. And let's not forget the leaves - while someone else's leaves are great fun (since they're not your problem), your own leaves are not, because you have to get rid of them! So here are some key homeowner tips for how to get rid of all of these in a simple and ecological way.

Toronto is Facing New Mortgage Rules

As was the speculation the last few months, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI for short) announced mortgage rule changes coming into effect on January 1st, 2018. What does that mean for you? Here is an isight from Mortgage Agent Jason Friesen.

Buying an investment property with tenants already living in it

Looking for an investment property, and you've found the perfect one but it already has tenants? According to Tyler Delaney, buying a property with tenants is not a bad idea: "If the property is over-budget having existing tenants can be a blessing in disguise, especially in cities like Toronto." Read all of Tyler tips here.


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