Recent polls have proven what I’ve noticed for a while - that more and more Canadians are choosing condominiums for their homes. In some cities 35% of those polled said they were likely to purchase a condo, which is similar to my own client statistics.
So who's looking for condos as their new home? Just about all walks of life are inclined to do so. First-time homebuyers are attracted to condos ...
Posted by Bedros Manikian
on February 4, 2011
As part of my daily routine, I consult with buyers who are thinking of buying into a variety of condo developments. In most cases, the issue of noise comes up.
In the last few months, several of my ViP clients have complained about sound leakage in their new units. I have heard everything from people being able to hear their neighbours talking (and, in some cases, much more).
The best advice I ...
Posted by Paul Indrigo
on March 3, 2010
Condominiums - like so much else in our economy today - are going through a transition. Here we take a look at recent past, present, and near/distant future scenarios in condo developments.
Good-Times Glitter of the Past
During the boom of recent years, the condo market reflected the lives of the rich and urbane: sleek fitness studios, pools, steam rooms, spa services, concierge, imported counter ...
Posted by Don Lawby
on August 4, 2009