In the search for a condo purchase in Toronto, hunters might come across what's known as a "condo assignment" sale.
Today we’ll go over some of the steps to take which mitigate the risks involved with buying pre-construction.
What if, after you’ve started paying the developer for your reserved unit, the project gets cancelled? What if the developer completely abandons ship?
Toronto has gained and sustained a reputation of constant vertical building and growth in the downtown core, but what about the suburbs?
To understand what an assignment is, you need to first understand the phases of the pre-construction condo. We explain it all here.
As you wait for the project to near completion, you’re going to start thinking about getting a tenant inside at the first available opportunity.
If you’ve always wanted to get into the real estate game, a new pre-construction condo might look like a pretty alluring investment.