There are many intangible things that determine quality of life that can’t be quantified and measured - but many can be! Macleans gathered data on 415 communities across the country to detemrine some of the best places to live in 2019!
This unsettling documentary, told through the eyes of United Nations special rapporteur on adequate housing Leilani Farha, takes a hard look at the “financialization” of various housing markets around the globe.
Real esate sales across Canada remained steady and largely unchanged over the past month, with housing market activity falling only 0.2 per cent! Similarly the number of new listings rose a marginal 0.8 per cent.
Real esate sales across Canada rose another 2 per cent over the past month, with housing market activity reach the highest level since January 2018! Unfortunately, the number of new listings brought to market declined by 1.2 per cent.
If you've ever wanted to live in a slice of an authentic century-old brick and beam factory loft in downtown Toronto, The Button Factory at 200 Clinton Street - offered for $1,699,000 - is worth seeing!