Most Canadians drive or ride in cars, vans, or buses to get where they want to and need to go. There are many forms of transportation in the city of Toronto. Within the city, the TTC operates an extensive system of Subways, Buses and Streetcars that are heavily used by people who live in or near the city. Here are few links to help you figure out how to navigate the resources and help you get to and from your new home’s location.
The School and Board Finder provides contact information for Ontario schools and school boards. Using this database, you can perform a simple search on school and board names or an advanced search that allows you to also include city, language, level and type in your search criteria.
Below are attached related links you may need to help you search for more relevant information in regards to your move. The decision making process can get complex as you need to consider many different needs of all family members.
When working with a Realtor, it is important to understand who the Realtor works for, and to whom is the Realtor legally obligated. The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) requires Realtor to disclose Agency Relationship to a potential client at the earliest time possible.
Here is an explanation of most commonly used mortgage terms used in association with the Real Estate Transaction.
One of the most common sources of confusion for prospective home buyers is the difference between a mortgage term and amortization period. A typical mortgage in Canada has a 5-year term with a 25-year amortization period.