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Toronto Real Estate: Navigating Market Shifts for Smart Investments

  • Regarding inflation, interest rates, the Bank of Canada, whether there is a housing bubble, and investment options, the apartment has a negative cash flow and cannot obtain a mortgage loan; 
  • regarding pre-sale apartment transactions, the original buyer cannot apply for a mortgage; Explore the construction of large multi-family properties (5+units), and the high-profile home loan option program, up to 95% loan-to-value ratio and 4.25% interest rate (bank 7.2%); 
  • Explore laneway/garden suites, Ontario Proposition 23, and build up to 4 units + laneway gardens anywhere in Toronto, avoiding punitive development fees;
  • Learn about changes to property owners associations
    (neighbors can no longer appeal); explore investment
    opportunities in Toronto today, whether to buy a single-family primary residence or keep renting.

Canadian Real Estate
(Crisis) of (Mourning)

Our Toronto one-site four-unit +laneway house investment plan will be very popular! The (opportunity) that will be the solution to the real estate crisis!

Project Budget Return Feasibility

Project: short flat and fast project, with advantages
of fast approval,The estimated approval time is only
six months!

  • Free 5 sets of development fees!
  • Land is easy to get!
    One year built and completed!
  • Available for rent! Available for sale!
  • Project Budget
    Return Feasibility

Program Overview

The Toronto City Council has approved a plan allowing for the construction of multi-unit residences to meet the growing demand for housing.

247 Drewry Ave, North York, ON,M2M 1E3

1304 Military Trail, Toronto, ON M1C 1A5.

1458 Military Trail,Toronto, Ontario,M1C 3V5

341 Morningside Ave,Toronto, Ontario,M1E 3G4


Major Real Estate
Innovation in Toronto

A New Era for Toronto's Streets

The Dawn of Change

From 2024, witness the transformative redevelopment of Toronto’s main street houses into modern multi-unit dwellings.

Converting Houses into Communities

The Blueprint for Transformation

Plans include converting existing structures into 30 units with a potential rise to 6 stories, reshaping the urban landscape.

Capitalize on the Future

Unprecedented Investment Opportunity

This significant urban development marks a rare investment prospect in one of Canada’s fastest-growing markets.

A Visionary Leap


Seize the future and be part of Toronto’s ambitious journey towards innovative living and investment excellence.


Multiplex Housing
Revolution in Toront

Chief Planner Proposes Game-Changing Reforms

Proposal Overview

Breaking Ground: Legalizing Multiplex Housing Citywide

  • Proposal by Chief Planner Gregg Lintern.
  • Legalizing duplexes, triplexes, and fourplexes in all Toronto’s low-rise residential areas.
  • Impact on housing diversity and community facilities.

Benefits and Design Guidelines

Revitalizing Communities with Multiplex Living

  • Benefits: Increased housing options, better facility utilization.
  • Design Guidelines: Multiplex housing up to 10 meters or three stories.
  • Potential for four-story multiplexes in certain communities. 

Future Steps and Considerations

Towards Balanced Urban Growth

  • uture Impact: Anticipating gradual changes in community landscapes.
  • Affordability Focus: Addressing concerns about affordable housing.
  • Approval Process: Review by Planning Committee on April 27, Council on May 10.


Toronto's Ambitious
Housing Growth Plan:

285,000 New Units in 8 Years, a 23% Increase

Housing Challenges and Government Response

  • Anticipating 70,000 new residents by 2051, Toronto faces escalating housing prices and rents, highlighting affordability issues.
  • The government approves the conversion of detached houses into four units and commits to constructing 285,000 new housing units in the next eight years.

Approval of Multi-Unit Residential Construction

  • On May 10th, the council voted 18:7 in favor of allowing multi-unit residential construction in all communities.
  • Independent houses can be demolished, replaced with low-rise housing containing two, three, or four units, enhancing housing diversity in various regions. 

Construction Challenges and Solutions

The city implements a multifaceted strategy to address construction challenges.

    • Revision of official planning, zoning, and criteria
    • Strengthening key growth areas
    • Advancing housing policy initiatives
    • Training and industry strategies for building market capacity
    • Utilizing public land to increase housing supply
    • Safeguarding existing rental housing stock

Implementation Details, Collaboration, and Conclusion

  • Implementation through the “2022-2026 Housing Action Plan” and the “2020-2030 Housing Action Plan.”
  • Facing uncontrollable factors, collaboration with other levels of government and community engagement is crucial.
  • The initiatives will reshape the delivery of new housing, and comprehensive collaboration is essential to ensure the realization of housing goals.


Addressing Toronto's
Rental Housing Gap

Ambitious Plan to Construct 65,000 Units Faces Funding Challenges

Toronto's Ambitious Housing Plan

  • City Council Overwhelmingly Approves Bold Affordable Housing Construction Plan
  • Funding Challenges Pose a Barrier to Current Government Housing Initiatives
  • Mayor Olivia Chow aims to invest $36 billion over the next seven years to build 65,000 rental units.
  • The proposed budget is not currently allocated in the municipal budget, sparking intense debates on funding sources.

Budget Breakdown and Government Support


      • Government secures funds for 4,455 housing units; additional 60,545 units require an estimated $28.6 to $31.5 billion.
      • Approximately $800 million annually is expected from federal and provincial governments, with a plea for immediate federal action.

Council Approval and Varied Housing Approaches

  • City Council votes 24-1 to build 65,000 rental units by 2030, addressing the critical need for controlled rental housing.
  • Diverse housing strategies proposed, raising questions about the city’s role as a builder on public land, potentially excluding private developers.
  • Debate centers around the city government’s capability as a public builder, with concerns about efficiency, speed, and cost.

Council's Humanitarian Call and Land Usage Strategies

    • City Council signs a letter and motion urging the federal government to open military facilities as shelters.
    • Mayor Chow highlights the urgent need for federal and provincial support to address the homelessness crisis, with 300 nightly rejections.
    • Council votes to consider using city-owned land for permanent or temporary housing.
    • A report on this matter is expected from city officials by April 2024, exploring the possibility of acquiring surplus school board properties for shelter purposes.