Posts Tagged 'condominium'

No Real Estate Bubble Burst!

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Real Estate Prices have taken a significant increase so the public tends to be concerned “are we going to see the bubble burst”.  I can say with over 36 years experience that Real Estate is still one of the best investments a person/s can have.  The last time the bubble burst was 1990 and compared to today, the market was extremely different.  The condo market is flourishing and we have a variation of buyers and sellers.  The reality is that people ...

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Honest Advertising for Condo Projects

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Honest advertising for condo projects

Transparency key to longevity of industry
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Friday, June 14, 2013  Condo Business Part of REMI Network
By Daniel Viola & Michelle Ervin

Toronto condo developers may soon have to adhere to stricter advertising rules.

On April 4, city councillor Josh Matlow brought forward a motion that, if agreed to by the Ontario Ministry of Consumer Services (OMCS), would require developers to ensure that advertisements for proposed ...

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Condo Act Review lobbyist calls for more owners to join the fight

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Condo Act Review lobbyist calls for more owners to join the fight

Mississauga News  Apr 30, 2013     By  Erin Obourn
Mississauga realtor and condo owner’s rights advocate Linda Pinizzotto is in this Ottawa this week as the Ontario Condominium Act Review moves ever-slowly forward, with more and more owners pushing to modernize the current act’s severe shortfalls.

Pinizzotto, founder and president of the non-profit Condo Owners Association (COA), is making waves in the Condo Act Review process, vowing ...

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COA pres says Condo Act revisions don’t go far enough

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COA pres says Condo Act revisions don’t go far enough

 Mississauga News  by Brenda Dalglish    Feb 27, 2013
The Condo Act’s severe shortfalls have been recognized almost since it came into effect in 1998. Last year former Premier Dalton McGuinty announced a process to update the legislation and provide long-overdue changes to the rules that govern condo ownership and management.  Last fall a series of public discussions took place including a meeting in Mississauga attended by ...
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