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Are we building complete communities today and for the future?

As an industry, we strive to build complete communities where residents can live, work and play.






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Our neighbourhoods are intensifying as the GTA grows up and not out

Across the GTA our neighbourhoods are intensifying and it’s affecting all of us.






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GTA needs more housing for lower-income families

It’s no secret that the GTA needs more affordable housing and that creating it is a challenge.






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2016 could be record year for GTA high-rise sales

Sales of new high-rise homes in the GTA are on pace for a record year.






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Toronto Fall Home Show helps you renovate with confidence

The Toronto Fall Home Show runs from September 23-25 at the Enercare Centre at Exhibition Place and there’s plenty to get excited about if you’re looking for inspiration, ideas or advice for your next home renovation.






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City looks to new revenue tools to bridge deficit gap

You have probably heard that the City of Toronto is dealing with deficit woes and you should be aware of some of the potential ways that are being looked at to fill the budget gap.






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Giving back to the communities we create

The building, development and professional renovation industry does more than just build homes. Members of the industry spend countless hours and many thousands of dollars every year giving back to the communities they are working to create.






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Industry innovation gives a boost to affordability

As an industry, we continue to innovate and develop ways of building homes that provide consumers with affordable new housing choices.






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Partner with a pro to renovate with peace of mind

With housing prices in the GTA continuing to hit record highs, more and more homeowners are opting to renovate their existing homes instead of looking for something new.






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Price of low-rise homes more than doubled in last decade

The average price of new low-rise homes in the GTA hit $887,543 in June, more than double the June 2006 average of $393,398.