winter-construction

Conquering your winter renovation

Winter might seem like an unusual time to undertake a renovation but with the right knowledge and a bit of preparation it can be a great time to add value to your home.






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Housing prices continue to grow as supply trends downwards

Lack of new housing supply continues to escalate prices and average prices for both new single-family detached houses and high-rise condos in the GTA reached unprecedented levels in November.






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Building cities, creating jobs

The building, development and renovation industry builds homes and cities which creates jobs and provides employment for thousands of GTA residents.






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The rising cost of constrained housing supply

The shortage of housing supply in the GTA and Vancouver is getting more and more attention as prices continue to climb.






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The GTA West Corridor is a much needed link

The GTA has experienced considerable growth in recent years and with it we’ve seen a huge increase in traffic congestion. The roads that move people and goods across the GTA haven’t been able to keep up with the increase of vehicles using them.






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Renovation grants offer savings to homeowners

There are numerous grants available to homeowners in the GTA to make their renovation easier financially.






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Outdated zoning bylaws act as barriers to intensification

Outdated zoning bylaws in municipalities across the GTA are contributing to our worsening housing supply shortage, further eroding choice for new home buyers and ultimately adding to the price growth of new homes.






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Welcoming the Mohammed family home

BILD Chair Steve Deveaux presented our Habitat partner family the Mohammeds with keys to their new home on November 7.






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New home prices see slight decline in October

October saw a modest increase in supply and mix of new homes in the GTA, as well as a slight decrease in average prices.






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OMB plays a key role in provincial land-use planning

The Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) is a needed third-party body that provides a public forum for appeals on local land-use planning matters.