cost of living
“The price of a pint.”
Toronto is only the 11th most expensive place to live according to urban planning company demographia.
Higher cost of living leaves barely any financial wiggle room, experts say higher interest rates spell trouble.
With rent prices skyrocketing and telecommuting becoming more common, many young people are finding a better life in smaller places.
We find out how and why a group of six friends pooled their money together to buy a million-dollar house in one of Canada's hottest real estate markets.
Buying a house often isn't an option. So we asked, is renting forever really that bad?
Home prices are at a record high. Instead of giving up on ever owning a house or committing to a monster mortgage, consider these alternative housing options.
47 percent of Toronto households spend more than 30 percent of their income on rent
The landlord of a Parkdale building has backed down on their rent increase demands following the two-month-long strike.