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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR BUILDERS, VENDORS, CONSUMERS, AND  OTHER ONTARIO NEW HOME INDUSTRY STAKEHOLDERS

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR BUILDERS, VENDORS, CONSUMERS, AND OTHER ONTARIO NEW HOME INDUSTRY STAKEHOLDERS

February 1st, 2021, The Ontario government established the Home Construction Regulatory Authority (HCRA) to enhance the professionalism of the new home building industry in Ontario and to increase consumer protection.   The establishment of a separate regulator for new home builders and vendors will ensure that new home builders and vendors are held to professional standards and […]

Mandatory Registration for Toronto Short-Term Rental Units

Mandatory Registration for Toronto Short-Term Rental Units

Short-term rental operators in Toronto who rent out properties for periods of less than 28 days will have to formally register with the City of Toronto starting September 10, 2020, to keep operating in the city.  The new online registration system is part of a broader effort to better regulate short-term rentals across the city, […]

What Landlords and Tenants need to know about Bill 184

What Landlords and Tenants need to know about Bill 184

On March 12, 2020, Ontario’s Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing introduced Bill 184, proposing the new Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act.   The new legislation officially passed on July 22, 2020, and received Royal Assent. The changes will apply retroactively to March 17th, 2020. The legislation, which updates the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 […]

Condominium Occupancy Fees

Condominium Occupancy Fees

Whenever you purchase a new condo, there is a period of time between when you take occupancy of your unit and when you take ownership of your unit. This is known as the ‘occupancy period’ or ‘interim occupancy’. During this period you will be requested by the developer to pay occupancy fees or ‘phantom rent’ […]

Is Your Roof at Risk?

The following will help you identify the potential for roof failure.   CURLING The upward curling of shingle tabs makes them highly susceptible to wind and ice damage. This is a problem on older roofs where moisture build-up in the attic affects the underside of the shingle.   BROKEN SHINGLES   Damage can be caused […]