Posts filed under: Real Estate

LandLord Market Update – Fall 2019

With many of our clients and colleagues escaping to cottage country to enjoy the last stretch of summer, we offer our insights on the first half of the year, along...

How We Used Our Real Estate Investment Skills to Acquire Our New Office

515 Logan first came on the market in the fall of 2015.   The spacious and well-situated building had been operated as a martial arts studio for the past 20 years. ...

2019 Market Outlook

2018 was a year of moderation and recovery: many welcomed signs of a more balanced market, while some anxious and hopeful buyers continued to wait on the sidelines for a...

Investment Focused MLS Listings

As Toronto’s leading investment property managers, it’s important to us that your client experience is informative and enjoyable. With this in mind: we’re proud to announce we’ve launched our own...

Toronto Interactive LRT Projects Map

Toronto is a rapidly growing city. To meet the needs of residents and commuters, city planners are building out new transit systems. As these projects reach completion neighborhoods will change....

The Toronto Property Investor: Ready to Pounce

Now more than ever, the Toronto real estate investor must always be prepared. The Toronto Real Estate Board’s (TREB) report on the state of Toronto’s real estate market in the...

Why We Recommend Multiplexes

When investors enlist our brokerage, LandLord Realty Inc., to help them find high?performing investment properties in Toronto, our 20 years of property management often steers the discussion toward multiplexes.  ...

Looking under the hood of an investment property

Who knows what a good investment property looks like? To whom can you turn to get expert advice?   A realtor is a bit like a car salesperson. They know...

The Right Property

The right property isn’t always the one that’s for sale.   There’s an amusing episode of The Simpsons where Marge tries her hand at being a realtor. She has the...

Tenants, are you ready to own?

The mysterious bunker unearthed at York University could have fetched $875,000 in the Toronto real estate market. Or so went the joke on social media. The average cost of a...