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Real Estate Forecast for 2018: What to Expect!

Real Estate Forecast for 2018: What to Expect!

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Real Estate Forecast for 2018: What to Expect

As we head into a new year, the most common question we receive is, “What’s the outlook for GTA’s real estate in 2018?”

 

It’s not just potential buyers and sellers who care; current homeowners also want reassurance about the value of their investment. No one knows exactly what 2018 will bring, but we’ve outlined expert predictions on where the market is headed and how government interventions are expected to impact the Canadian housing market in the year ahead.

HOUSING PRICES WILL REMAIN HIGH IN URBAN CENTRES

Although the Toronto real estate market did experience a slowdown in 2017, housing affordability will remain a major issue in both Toronto and Vancouver in 2018. According to the Royal Bank of Canada’s most recent Housing Trends and Affordability Report, as of Q2 2017 it cost more than 75 percent (Toronto) and 80 percent (Vancouver) of median household income to cover the average cost of owning a home.1

In an effort to stabilize prices, both the Ontario and British Columbia governments enacted a 15 percent tax on foreign investments in housing. However, according to the PricewaterhouseCoopers report on Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Canada and the United States 2018, “Industry players are skeptical that recent tax moves … to curtail foreign investment will have a long term cooling impact on housing affordability in Toronto and Vancouver.”2

In its Canadian Regional Housing Outlook, TD Economics predicts ”The decline in sales activity in both Vancouver and Toronto has helped to redistribute the balance of power from a pure seller’s market, back towards buyers, as evidenced by the sales-to-listing ratios. But, first-time homebuyers sitting on the sidelines waiting for higher interest rates to trigger a market crash may be holding their breath for a while. Prices are likely to only reset back to levels that existed prior to a year of exorbitant gains.”3

The high cost of living has forced a growing number of millennials to seek alternatives to traditional housing. The 2016 census found 47.4 percent of young adults in Toronto and 38.6 percent in Vancouver live with a parent. PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts a rise in multi-generational and multi-family homes, a move towards larger condominiums to suit growing families, and a flight from urban cores as new public transit projects make commuting more feasible.2

What does it mean for you? If you’re a current homeowner, you can expect your investment to hold its value and continue to appreciate over the long term. And if you’re considering selling this year, contact us to request a free Comparative Market Analysis to find out how much you can expect your home to sell for under current market conditions.

If you’re a potential buyer who has been waiting for real estate prices to drop, don’t expect a fallout any time soon. Governmental bodies have taken steps to slow down skyrocketing prices, which has helped to balance the market. Now is a great time to buy. And if traditional housing options don’t fit your budget, we can help you find alternatives to meet your needs.

GOVERNMENT INTERVENTIONS WILL HELP TO STABILIZE THE MARKET

Skyrocketing real estate prices have caused Canadians to take on a growing amount of debt. The federal Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) reports that the average household indebtedness is up to 174 percent of disposable income, and they predict it will reach 180 percent by the end of 2018. Coupled with rising interest rates, the share of income that will go towards debt payments is expected to reach historic proportions.4

Regulators at the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) have attempted to curb the potential fallout with interventions, the latest of which went into effect on January 1. These new regulations raise the requirements for mortgage borrowers with down payments of 20 percent or more. They are now required to qualify for a mortgage at an interest rate two percentage points higher than their current rate to ensure they can manage payments when interest rates do inevitably rise.

A similar “stress test” was enacted in 2016 for borrowers who put down less than 20 percent, but that regulation impacted a much smaller percentage of buyers.

According to Jeremy Rudin, the head of OSFI, “We clearly see the potential risks caused by high household indebtedness across Canada, and by high real estate prices in some markets. We are not waiting to see those risks crystallize in rising arrears and defaults before we act.”5

All federally regulated financial institutions will be obligated to utilize these requirements for both new mortgages and mortgage renewal applications of borrowers applying to switch lenders. It is not mandatory to apply the test at mortgage renewal for existing borrowers. Since credit unions are regulated provincially, they are not required to follow the new OSFI rules, although some may choose to out of prudency.

What does it mean for you? With new rules in effect, if you’re a buyer, your purchasing power may be impacted. If you’re concerned you may not be able to meet these requirements, securing your mortgage through a credit union may be an option. We are following this issue closely. Give us a call so we can discuss how these new rules will affect your home search.

If you’re considering selling your home this year, these regulations could alter the type of buyer who will be willing and able to purchase your home. We have expertise in this area and know how to market your home to a changing demographic.

5 YEAR MORTGAGES WILL MAKE A COMEBACK

Expect interest rates to rise in 2018. Bank of Canada has indicated that borrowers should expect to see rate increases this year … and notably, nearly half of Canadian mortgage holders are set to renew their mortgages in the next 12 months. Combined with the new, more stringent “stress test” requirements, a greater number of homeowners will be opting for five-year-fixed rate mortgages over the historically popular variable rate mortgages.6

According to LowerRates.ca, “Since January 2014, 56% of Canadian borrowers who applied for a mortgage through LowestRates.ca have gone variable, compared with 43% of those who got a five-year fixed. But this past August, there was a shift, where the five-year-fixed rate mortgage saw a sharp increase in applicants, with 59% of users on the LowestRates.ca site opting for this option versus only 39% opting for the variable mortgage.”7

What does it mean for you? If you’re in the market to buy, act now. Rising interest rates will decrease your purchasing power, so act quickly before interest rates go up. Give us a call today to get your home search started.

And if you’re a current homeowner who is set to renew your mortgage, you may want to consider locking in a five-year-fixed rate. Contact us if you would like assistance navigating your options.

 

 

2018 ACTION PLAN

If you plan to BUY this year:

 

1.    Get pre-approved for a mortgage. If you plan to finance part of your home purchase, getting pre-approved for a mortgage will give you a jump-start on the paperwork and provide an advantage over other buyers in a competitive market. The added bonus: you will find out how much you can afford to borrow and budget accordingly.

2.    Create your wish list. How many bedrooms and bathrooms do you need? How far are you willing to commute to work? What’s most important to you in a home? We can set up a customized search that meets your criteria to help you find the perfect home for you.

3.    Come to our office. The buying process can be tricky. We’d love to guide you through it. We can help you find a home that fits your needs and budget, all at no cost to you. Give us a call to schedule an appointment today!

 

If you plan to SELL this year:

 

1.    Call us for a FREE Comparative Market Analysis. A CMA not only gives you the current market value of your home, it’ll also show how your home compares to others in the area. This will help us determine which repairs and upgrades may be required to get top dollar for your property … and it will help us price your home correctly once you’re ready to list.

2.    Prep your home for the market. Most buyers want a home they can move into right away, without having to make extensive repairs and upgrades. We can help you determine which ones are worth the time and expense to deliver maximum results.

3.    Start decluttering. Help your buyers see themselves in your home by packing up personal items and things you don’t use regularly and storing them in an attic or storage locker. This will make your home appear larger, make it easier to stage … and get you one step closer to moving when the time comes!

 

WE’RE HERE TO HELP

 

While national real estate numbers and predictions can provide a “big-picture” outlook for the year, real estate is local. And as local market experts, we can guide you through the ins and outs of our market, and the local issues that are likely to drive home values in your particular neighbourhood. If you have specific questions, or would like more information about where we see real estate headed in our area, please give us a call! We’d love to discuss how issues here at home are likely to impact your desire to buy or a sell a home this year. Please visit our website SnapHomes.ca for latest MLS listing and pre-construction Homes & Condos.

Can’t find what you are looking for? Contact us for Exclusive list of Pre construction Homes and Condos and our pocket listings for Land!
Sources:

1.     Royal Bank of Canada’s Housing Trends and Affordability Report –
http://www.rbc.com/newsroom/_assets-custom/pdf/20170929-ha.pdf

2.     PricewaterhouseCoopers Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2018  –
https://www.pwc.com/ca/en/real-estate/assets/Real_Estate_ETRE_2018_PDF.pdf

3.     TD Economics Canadian Regional Housing Outlook –
https://economics.td.com/canadian-regional-housing-outlook-aug-2017

4.     Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer –
http://www.pbo-dpb.gc.ca/en/blog/news/HH_Vulnerability

5.     Financial Post
http://business.financialpost.com/personal-finance/stricter-osfi-rules-on-mortgage-lending-will-do-more-harm-than-good-fraser-institute

6.     Bank of Canada Financial System Review November 2018  –
https://www.bankofcanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/fsr-november2017.pdf

7.     Maclean’s  –
http://www.macleans.ca/economy/money-economy/canadians-rushing-to-lock-down-five-year-fixed-rate-mortgages/

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Oak & Co Condos

Oak & Co. Condos is a new condo development by Cortel Group currently in preconstruction. The development is scheduled for completion in 2020. Sales for available units range in price from $360,318 to over $605,820. Oak & Co. Condos has a total of 750 units, sizes range from 540 to 989 square feet.

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Oak Park is one of the residential neighborhoods in Oakville that boasts of charming, friendly and urban-style architecture. It has a friendly and casual ambiance that is welcoming. Oak Park is lively, warm and welcoming. The community that lives in this area is exciting and superb. In addition, the area has exceptional facilities that you will find amazing if you choose to live in Oak and Co condos. The area boasts of shops, restaurants, trails, parks and a walkable neighborhood.
Oak Park has a number of condominium options that ranges from affordable living such as 1 bedroom condos, spacious suites and apartments. It also offers double garages and family friendly townhomes. Also, Oak Park area offers a moderate lifestyle that is worth exploring.

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Things to know about disclosure and clauses

5 things to know about disclosure and disclaimer clauses

 

The basement floods after closing. Can the buyer sue the seller? The agreement contained wrong information about the property dimensions but also included a disclaimer clause. Can the buyer sue if there is a problem after closing? Do you need to disclose a murder that occurred in a home? These are not simple questions, but if you remember the following principles, you should be able to understand the law.

 


Here are 5 key lessons to remember:

1.    When there is a flood after closing, the buyer will have to prove that the seller knew about this defect and that it was serious or else that the seller actively concealed the defect from the buyer. It will also depend on whether the buyer conducted a home inspection and in the case of basement water, whether the seller actually finished the basement themselves. A buyer will have to prove that the seller must have known about the problem during their ownership. Buyers will have to take pictures of the damage and bring in an experienced contractor who will be able to look at the damage and then give an expert opinion, in court if necessary, that the seller either must have known about the problem or did work behind the walls to conceal the problem. If the buyer cannot prove this, they will likely not be successful.

2.    The defect must make the property uninhabitable or dangerous. This means that the defect must be so serious that the buyer may not be able to continue living in the property. This would include a foundation problem. It is not clear if this would include a disclosure that the property was previously used as a grow op, as it would depend on the extent of the operation and whether it was actually remedied according to accepted industry standards. It would also depend on whether the buyer could obtain insurance for the property. Suffice to say that if the seller does not disclose a minor basement leak, the buyer will not be successful suing about it after closing.

3.    The law is not settled as to whether a seller needs to disclose a property stigma, whether it is a murder, suicide or neighbourhood condition, such as a pedophile who lives next door. Most appraisers will tell you that this will affect a property’s value. However, it will still be hard to prove that this stigma would make the home uninhabitable and this is why many lawyers will tell you that you do not have to disclose property stigmas.

4.    If you advertise the boundaries of a property in a listing, can the buyer get damages or get out of the deal if it turns out the boundaries are incorrect? Will it make a difference if there is a disclaimer clause in the offer itself, saying that the information, while believed to be correct, is not guaranteed and should not be relied upon without independent verification? In most cases, if the disclaimer is there, the buyer will not be able to sue the seller for any damages and will need to make sure that they do their own proper due diligence in advance. The lesson for any buyer is to make sure that if there is a disclaimer present, that you check a survey of the property or make the deal conditional on your own independent verification of all boundary lines.

5.    If you have any concerns about disclosure, ask the sellers point blank if they have had any water in the basement, murders or grow houses on the property in the past, or insert a clause to this effect in your offer. The sellers then have to respond truthfully. Speak to the neighbours and ask if any repairs were done at the property during the past year or whether there are any other issues with the property that you should know about. Also ask the neighbours about anything peculiar going on in the neighbourhood, including asking about the neighbours on either side of the property you are interested in buying. A major reason sellers sell a home is simply to get away from a neighbour.

When you understand the rules about disclosure and properly protect yourself, you should be able to minimize any problems that could arise after closing.

Source: Mark Weisleder LLB

 

A FULL RECOVERY AND NEW MILESTONES FOR TORONTO’S CONDO MARKET IN Q2

TORONTO – July 25, 2014:  Urbanation Inc., the leading source of information and analysis on the Toronto condominium market since 1981, released its Q2-2014 market results today.

A total of 5,992 new condominium apartments were sold in the Toronto CMA during Q2-2014, representing the third highest volume of activity for a second quarter behind 2011 and 2007 and a 56% year-over-year increase from a post-recession low in 2013. The 12-month total for new condo sales reached 18,463 — directly in line with the 10-year annual average.

Price growth remained consistent with recent quarters, coming in at 2.8% annually to an average index price level of $554 psf in Q2. Pricing for unsold units continued to hold steady, growing by less than one percent to an average of $570 psf.

“The new condo market has performed well above expectations in the first half of the year, reflecting a sharp rebound in buyer confidence, a number of highly attractive new openings and a variety of incentives for existing inventory” said Shaun Hildebrand, Urbanation’s Senior Vice President.

“While sales have heated up, prices have remained in check due to competitive supply pressures and an absence of short-term speculation on the part of buyers” added Hildebrand.

The industry reached a new milestone during the second quarter by surpassing the 100,000 unit mark for projects in active development. Out of the 105,027 units in the pre-construction, under construction and occupancy phases, 18,744 units were unsold — above historical averages but down 3% from a year earlier. The share of total units sold reached a 10-year high of 82%.

Resale condominium apartment sales hit a record high of 5,238 units in Q2-2014, up 12% from a year ago. Listings also reached a new high of 11,246 listings, growing by a slightly slower pace than sales at 10%. As a result, resale market conditions tightened with the sales-to-listings ratio rising to 47% — just below the 50% boundary between a balanced and sellers’ market. Prices for resale condos grew by 3.4% year-over-year to an average of $427 psf, also a record high.

Source: urbanation Inc.

 
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Musée Condos

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Amidst a civilized, tree-lined pocket off Adelaide West, near the vibrant street scene along King Street West, is a cosmopolitan condominium like no other. Musée elevates the urban experience with places and spaces
that prompt surprise and delight.

The 21-storey building brings an unmistakable gravitas to the neighbourhood. The dark and dramatic, stone-like base is paired with a luminous glass tower. Brilliant splashes of colour are scattered throughout, much like an immense painted canvas of a field accented with bunches of bright wild flowers.

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The modern lobby with its long, low Zen fireplace invites the outside in. Dramatically long and deep sofas interrupt texts and tweets with a social space that encourages lounging and laughing with friends. With dramatic architecture, exquisitely detailed interiors and luxurious amenities, Musée presents an uncompromisingly sophisticated take on urban style.

Features & Finishes

DESIGN AND DECOR FEATURES
•Solid core suite entry door, contemporary hardware, deadbolt lock, keyed entry, through-door viewer •Modern designer selected interior doors with lever door hardware in satin nickel finish throughout •Painted baseboard trim with matching door casings and jambs throughout •Hard surface flooring* or 60 oz. carpet* or Berber/Sisal style broadloom* in entrance area (if any), kitchen, living/dining area, bedroom(s) and den as per Vendor’s plan; white ceramic tile flooring in laundry area •Horizontal white mini-blinds on all exterior windows •Rocker style white light switches and matching white receptacles •Ceiling light in walk-in closet; bedroom(s) and den as per Vendor’s Plan •Capped ceiling outlet in the dining area as per Vendor’s plan •White designer selected windows and sliding door sills as per Vendor’s plan

COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE FEATURES
•Individually controlled year-round heating and air-conditioning systems (heat pump) with thermostat to suit Purchaser’s personal comfort levels •All water (for drinking, bathing, washing and cooking) filtered by the Building’s central-source water filtration system •Pre-wiring and outlets for telephone/cable television/internet access in living room, bedroom(s) and den as per Vendor’s plan •Individual consumption meter for electricity to reflect Purchaser’s personal consumption; separate billing from the Corporation or its service provider •Thermally isolated double-glazed windows throughout with operable sections as per Vendor’s plan •Intrusion alarm rough-in for suite entry door(s) and for windows on Level 1, which rough-in shall be provided for Purchaser’s own remote monitored individual intrusion alarm system •Built-in heat detector(s) as per Building Code •Stacked full-sized white front-loading washer and dryer vented to the outdoors •Sliding glass door or swing door with full glazing for access to Balcony,Terrace or Patio as per Vendor’s plan •Balconies have waterproof electrical outlet •Terraces and Patios have outdoor wall light, waterproof electrical outlet and hose bib as per Vendor’s plan

KITCHEN FEATURES
•Solid granite slab countertop* or quartz countertop* as per Vendor’s plan •Kitchen cabinets* with a full bank of drawers as per Vendor’s plan •Engineered laminate flooring* in kitchen where applicable as per Vendor’s plan •Light valances under upper kitchen cabinets as per Vendor’s plan •Small format halogen track lighting fixture as per Vendor’s plan •Ceramic tile* or glass tile* backsplash, all as per Vendor’s plan •Stainless steel undermounted kitchen sink as per Vendor’s plan •Single-lever kitchen faucet with integral pull-out vegetable spray •Slide-in glass cooktop and self-cleaning oven; built-in multicycle dishwasher; frost-free double door refrigerator with bottom mount freezer; built-in combination microwave over/range hood vented directly to the outdoors (stainless steel facing for each appliances)

WASHROOM FEATURES
•Solid marble slab vanity countertop* with undermounted square format sink and square format faucet •Vanity cabinet* with space saver drawer as per Vendor’s plan •Ceramic or porcelain tile flooring* and tile baseboard as per Vendor’s plan •Small format halogen pot lighting in dropped washroom ceiling as per Vendor’s plan •Full-height, full-width fitted mirror above vanity countertop as per Vendor’s plan (decorative mirror in powder room) •Wall-mounted square format temperature balance controls and rainshower shower head •Privacy lock on washroom door •Washroom ventilation fan vented directly to the outdoors

 

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181 Davenport Condos

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An elegant sweep of classic architecture, designed to create a handsome and evolving streetscape in upper Yorkville, 181 Davenport is topped with glass-enclosed “sky” penthouses overlooking their pleasant vistas of mid-town Toronto.

181 Davenport in Yorkville is located at the best nexus of green space, entertainment, fashion and convenience that Toronto has to offer. As close to the tennis courts and tree-lined pathways of Ramsden Park as you are to the boutiques and popular restaurants of Yorkville, you can indulge in the excitement of city life as easily as you can escape it.181 Davenport Condos is a new condo project by Mizrahi Developments currently in preconstruction at 181 Davenport Rd in Toronto. The project is scheduled for completion in 2015. Sales for available condos/apartments start at $580,000. The project has a total of 110 units.

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FEATURES

There is one simple design philosophy at 181 Davenport. Employ a high level of craftsmanship to make a home that is classic and instantly welcoming. Attention to detail translates into a feeling of established permanence, a sense that the building has always been there, part of the neighbourhood from the beginning and for years to come. It’s what homeowners feel when they enter a building project from Mizrahi Developments. “Instinctively home” is how they describe it. There’s a grace to how a room feels, found in the proportion and the fine detailing of the coffered ceilings, paneled walls and heavy walls. You know, almost without thinking, that this is home.

Grand Entrance

Step in through the grand entrance into a two-storey lobby with shimmering chandeliers and polished, grey marble floors inlaid with an intricate, geometric pattern in dark brown. Sit with your friends in front of a library wall of books. Watch life unfold in a lobby that feels like a film set for an intriguing European romance.

Protective Windows

To create a cocoon, the windows are a high level of sound attenuation, letting in as much light as possible, but keeping the noise of the city to a minimum. In addition, UV filters provide added protection from the exterior environment.

Mansion Height Ceilings

Every residence has the sensibility of a time when the world was a little slower and more refined. They’re built to feel like a traditional home, equally grand and established. Ceiling heights are 9 feet. Architectural mouldings are classic. Baseboards are 9 1/4″ high.

Heaviness of Doors

Mizrahi Developments has become synonymous with an old-world sensibility, a desire for a sense of permanence and stillness in the homes we build. It may seem inconsequential to other builders, but we believe in such things as the heaviness of solid wood doors, which usher in the world in a grand manner, but also discreetly shut it out.

Bathroom Oasis

The “aesthetic envelope” of a perfectly designed bathroom with Waterworks fixtures is where restoration is found. Renewal for the next day happens in the slipper of a sloping bathtub or on the warmed marble floor in the master ensuite as you step from the glassed-in shower.

Ledges in the Sky

Terraces and balconies reaching out into the historic Yorkville neighbourhood are integral to the design of homes at 181 Davenport. Tall doors lead outside to a private balcony, similar to what you might find in a Parisian hotel. Enjoy a morning coffee and croissant in the hush before the day starts, and then at the end of the day, sip a glass of wine at sunset. In the larger, penthouse suites, a sweep of outdoor terrace is perfect for a large diner party under the stars.

Culinary Pleasure

Being in the kitchen isn’t what it used to be. The preparation of food for family and friends is a pleasure and a hobby when the environment is aesthetically pleasing and functional. Miele appliances offer superior design and efficiency. Cameo Kitchens have a selection of design styles, from sleek and modern to traditional. Marble countertops add to the over all look of classic design.

Important Message: In order for an investor to take advantage of Buying Pre-construction Condos is to buy before it is open to the public. Prior to opening day of a new condo sales office to the general public, prices may have gone up. This will be an opportunity for you to invest in a unit at the lowest price possible before its open to the public. You can be one of the first purchasers to be invited to Platinum VIP Preview Sales Event long before the presentation centre opens to the public. This gives you an opportunity to have the first access to inventory, best pick at unit levels, floor plans, lowest price not available to the public and the ability to take advantage of Platinum VIP Condo Incentives the builder may offer.  This is a perfect opportunity at the Platinum VIP Price.

For more information and to register now for the  VIP Preview Sales Event please Register, we can only bring limited number of buyers into the Platinum VIP Sales Event, so pre-register now for priority access:

 

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Bristol Condos

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Live with flair at Bristol Condominiums and enjoy freedom, untethered by the ordinary.

Bristol Condos has been artfully designed, blending contemporary and traditional elements of architecture setting the stage for remarkable living.

Inside, you’ll find polished interiors that flow seamlessly from one room to another, with the hues of the sky as your backdrop. Roof top amenities that inspire good living: a modern, well-equipped fitness studio, a sophisticated lounge with fireplace and cozy seating. Appointed with full kitchen and bar, dining area and games room that opens out to a private terrace.

Bristol Condominiums has a superlative location in Richmond Hill, one of Canada’s fastest-growing cities, where there are plenty of hip

Condo living is all about pleasure and the freedom to pursue a life lived with flair!

CONDOS STARTING from the mid $200’s

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downtown boutiques, café and restaurants, parks and recreation, accessible public transit, and a host of places to work and play.

With a location as desirable as this, opportunities must be grasped before they’re gone. Take a moment to register now for your place at our grand opening event coming soon.

Experience a beautiful life where convenience and excitement come together in gorgeous Richmond Hill, famously, ‘a little north, a little nicer’.

This community has everything you need and more. Bustling downtown Richmond Hill offers abundant shopping choices, restaurants catering to a variety of savoury and sweet palettes. Take in some live theatre at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts or see the latest blockbuster at one of the many movie plexes. Tee off at a nearby award winning golf course such as Bathurst Glen, The Summit, Maple Downs or Bloomington Downs. Recreation facilities abound for leisure and enjoyment at the Richmond Green Sports Complex or the Elvis Stojko Arena. Visit Lake Wilcox to experience kilometers of nature trails. Stay connected to wherever you want to go with VIVA’s excellent transportation system and routes.

Important Message: In order for an investor to take advantage of Buying Pre-construction Condos is to buy before it is open to the public. Prior to opening day of a new condo sales office to the general public, prices may have gone up. This will be an opportunity for you to invest in a unit at the lowest price possible before its open to the public. You can be one of the first purchasers to be invited to Platinum VIP Preview Sales Event long before the presentation centre opens to the public. This gives you an opportunity to have the first access to inventory, best pick at unit levels, floor plans, lowest price not available to the public and the ability to take advantage of Platinum VIP Condo Incentives the builder may offer.  This is a perfect opportunity at the Platinum VIP Price.

For more information and to register now for the  VIP Preview Sales Event please Register, we can only bring limited number of buyers into the Platinum VIP Sales Event, so pre-register now for priority access:

 

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