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Good Apartment/Condo sites??

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Bumbaclat, Mar 21, 2002.

  1. Bumbaclat

    Bumbaclat TRIBE Member

    Can anybody post good sites for searching for apartments/condos in TO? :)

    Thanks,
    Bumbaclat
     
  2. Mr_Furious

    Mr_Furious TRIBE Member

  3. kamis

    kamis TRIBE Member

    If you're looking to buy try www.newinhomes.com which has listings for almost all developers in southern Ontario.

    For rentals I think www.torontorentals.net has listings.

    This is my first post after months of lurking. Yea me!!
     
  4. Bumbaclat

    Bumbaclat TRIBE Member

    Mr_Furius - you are incorrect! :D

    I'm looking downtown.

    Every place I've ever rented has been utilities included. how much does everybody pay for utilities per month for a 2 bedroom?

    Bumbaclat
     
  5. Bumbaclat

    Bumbaclat TRIBE Member

    Kamis - thanks for the tips and welcome to the board!

    Bumbaclat
     
  6. Bumbaclat

    Bumbaclat TRIBE Member

    good night and *bump*
     
  7. nusty

    nusty TRIBE Member

    try this, I hear Toledo Oregon is nice this time of year. (T.O.)
     

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  8. sauce

    sauce TRIBE Member

    Try www.viewit.ca some of Spots are taken but you can see pictures of the apartments. Hope that helps.
    peace
    sauce
     
  9. mcbee

    mcbee TRIBE Member

    are you looking to rent or buy?

    :)sarah
     
  10. dj_dopamine

    dj_dopamine TRIBE Member

    Bumbaclat
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  11. Bumbaclat

    Bumbaclat TRIBE Member

    hey mcbee - That's up in the air right now. I know you just bought a condo, how did you find the experience?

    Bumbaclat
     
  12. Bumbaclat

    Bumbaclat TRIBE Member

    I'll e-mail you right now.

    Bumbaclat
     
  13. daddyiwantchocolate

    daddyiwantchocolate TRIBE Member

    Completely depends on the type of heating (baseboard electric heat, rads, or central air w/o a/c)

    If it's baseboard heating with high ceilings you could easily pay $500/mo in the winter, but without a/c, pay $30/mo in the summer.
     
  14. mcbee

    mcbee TRIBE Member

    good overall.

    its pretty stressful tho...mortage rates are soo low that its definately a good time to invest if you can afford it.

    however, in my price range for waht i wanted there was not alot on the market.
    i wanted a one bedroom (not a studio or a bachelor) in downtown for around 160 000$
    thankfully my real estate agent found me the perfect one!

    the whole process was pretty smooth due to the fact my real estate agent is also a personal friend and i trusted everything he did for me. he was also able to explain things to me in layman's terms and also refered me to people who were very easy to deal with. ie my mortage broker and my lawyer....both helped me out tremendously!!

    so basically having people i trusted and i could ask anything to really helped me out and made the whole process less stressful and not confusing at all!!

    and now i'm the proud owner of a condo! (i still can't believe it sometimes!)

    i can forward you my friend's name and number if you are interested in a downtown condo (that's his speciality!!)

    good luck!

    :)sarah
     

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