Kamran  Ebrahimi

Kamran Ebrahimi

Broker, B.Comm, ABR®, SRES®, CNE

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8 Things to Know When Buying a Pre-Construction Home in the GTA

Like any real estate transaction, there are many moving parts involved in buying a pre-construction home in the Greater Toronto Area. But there are also important differences from the resale process that you should keep in mind, from project and developer research to assignments and interim occupancy, and more. To get started, read these eight must-know tips first.

October 2021 Real Estate Update

With the Fall market in full swing, the question is will Toronto home-buyer witness another double-digit price increase on the sticker price?

In the month of October, Homeowners in the Greater Toronto Area listed their property in record numbers, reaching the second-highest level on record for the month of October.

Canada's Real Estate Market Grew Faster than any G7 Country In the Past 30 Years

Canadian home prices just keep rising at a faster and faster rate. US Federal Reserve (The Fed) data shows real home prices in the country surged in Q2 2021. Actually, that’s really underselling what happened. Residential real estate prices in Canada are growing at the fastest rates in the G7. Not just over the past year, but over the past 3 decades, nothing in the G7 even comes close to this rate of price growth.

PM Trudeau’s Plan For Housing

Now that the dust has settled and the Liberal government is back at the helm, you may be wondering what to expect and whether anything will change. Time will only tell, but as housing prices continue to rise and supply dips to an all-time low, it’s important to understand what promises the Liberals made during their campaign and how we can best prepare for some of these changes that could roll out shortly. 

$4B Housing Accelerator Fund

September Real Estate Update for the GTA



Each year, we generally see an uptick in sales, average selling price, and listings after Labour Day, and September 2021 was no different.

Owning a home in Canada costs way less per month than renting

Despite the sky-high prices of homes in major Canadian cities, the fact that most residents will never be able to afford them, and the trend of homeowners carrying way more debt than non-homeowners given the hefty mortgages needed to acquire those expensive homes, Canadians who own are spending way less per month than renters.


The competition for Toronto pre-construction condos is high and the process can feel quite rushed. To ensure you fully understand the process and the steps to purchase, let’s take a closer look at builder worksheets, or as we like to call them, suite request worksheets.

White Hot North: Residential Real Estate Investment in Canada


Residential real estate is breaking records in Canada. As of Q4’2020, it accounted for 9.3% of the country’s GDP.

The purchase, sale, and construction of new homes in Canada currently makes up more of the country’s economy than it does in any other developed country.

End of Summer '21 Real Estate Update

The end of summer housing report is here, and situation of supply continues to hunt house hunters. In 2020, the International Airport in Toronto nearly shutdown, reducing population growth. By the Summer of 2021, Pearson International Airport is only seeing 8% of the normal flight traffic. Meanwhile the demand of housing continues, due to the existing demand for affordable housing.

ELECTION 2021: Where The Federal Parties Stand On Canadian Housing

Housing affordability has been at the forefront of Canadian’s minds for the last eighteen months and it’s even more important now during this federal election. But what exactly does affordability mean in the context of housing, mortgages as well as what has gone into changing affordability? A basic definition of housing affordability is the cost of housing, whether renting or owning, relative to the household or family’s income. So, in Canada, affordability has decreased due to the increase in rents or home prices while incomes have not adjusted accordingly.

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