Frank Leo Community Profile: Whitchurch-Stouffville

History of Whitchurch – Stouffville 

Whitchurch Township dates back to 1792 as part of the newly-created York County. The name comes from the village of Whitchurch in Herefordshire, England where the wife of Lieutenant Governor Sir John Graves Simco was born.  

While settlement in the area dates back to the 1790’s, the first regional survey wasn’t carried out until 1800. Along with a 2nd survey 2 years later, the township established a system of land concessions which allowed land to be easily allotted to settlers.  

Evidence of this system, which parcelled out 200-acre lots, is still visible today in the layout of the road network. Each square in the grid of rural roads represents the boundaries of original concession blocks.

Typical of GTA towns, the first settlers in the area were Quakers and Mennonites, pacifist groups from New England States who were seeking religious freedom and to escape from conflict. Due to their resourcefulness and settling abilities, the Upper Canada Government granted them permission to settle with the hope that a population centre would attract more settlers

The first settlements in the township were built in the “4-corners” model at the intersections of main roads or near streams where mills could be built to process felled timber. One such hamlet would eventually give its name to the town of Whitchurch – Stouffville. It was called Stouffville and was named after a Mennonite settler named Abraham Stouffer

Stouffer’s successful mill encouraged other Mennonite settlers to join him, and by 1830 “Stouffville road” as it became known was carved through pristine woods to connect with York (Toronto). The establishment of a post office in 1832 cemented the name “Stouffville”  as opposed to Stoufferville. 

Stouffville grew rapidly, perhaps foreshadowing the rapid growth of today’s town, and by 1877 it was officially incorporated as a village

The 1880 survey map of Stouffville. (licensed under creative commons, unknown author)

Rapid growth continued thanks largely to the Toronto and Nipissing Railway which had arrived a few years earlier. By 1877 a second track was built north to Lake Simcoe. Although the railway’s primary purpose was industrial it also made travel throughout Ontario more convenient, further promoting growth. 

 

By the turn of the century Stouffville had modern amenities such as its own newspapers, as well as telegraph and telephone connections. By this time the once lush forests of the region had been stripped down to only 7% of all land being woodland. 

 

Evidence of this deforestation is clear today, though the 1911 reforestation act has brought back a good deal of woodland with conservation areas like Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area and the Porritt Tract York Regional Forest. Today, the area is one of the most successful restorations of degraded landscapes in North America. 

 

Loss of the forestry industry caused the township to Stagnate over most of the 1900’s, up until the ‘70’s when the growth of Toronto incentivized commuting from out of town. What resulted was the amalgamation of Whitchurch Township and the Village of Stouffville into a single governing body called the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville. 

 

Although the township is still officially known as Whitchurch-Stouffville the Town decided to rebrand by dropping the word “Whitchurch” from all signage. As a large and spacious stretch of rural land not far from Toronto, Whitchurch-Stouffville has a promising future as one of the GTA’s suburban communities. 

Overview

Whitchurch-Stouffville, pronounced “Wit-Church Stew-Ville” is a largely rural township of the Greater Toronto Area located on the eastern border of York Region. With the motto “Country Close To The City” it’s no surprise that this pocket of Ontario is one of the fastest growing communities in the GTA. 

 

Although the township sits at just over 45,000 residents according to the latest census, it’s also the 2nd fastest growing municipality in York Region with a population increase of nearly 25% between 2011 and 2016. With a projected 97% of the population growth rooted in the Community of Stouffville, it’s shaping up as a major suburb for the GTA.

Real Estate in Whitchurch-Stouffville

Real estate in Whitchurch-Stouffville is mostly made up of single-family detached homes. 

 

What’s more, most Whitchurch-Stouffville residents own their homes. In a 2012 report issued by the Town, home ownership in the township is considerably higher than the provincial average of 71.4% with 85.3% of local residents owning their homes.

 

Although there are some historic homes in the Whitchurch-Stouffville, the modern population boom began in the 1970’s when suburbs were already a common fixture in urban planning. As a result, The Town of Stouffville has a modern layout and design with winding streets, cul-de-sacs, and plenty of greenspace. 

An example of a new Whitchurch-Stouffville development from 2010. (creative commons license).

Outside of the city there are numerous country estates and micro-communities, many of which are quite affluent.

 

For home-buyers seeking privacy, Whitchurch-Stouffville is an ideal choice. Since the turn of the millennium the number of private residences has practically doubled, creating ample opportunity for the GTA home buyer who wants a break from the city.

 

Interested in learning more about Whitchurch-Stouffville real estate? Review real estate listings & homes for sale in Whitchurch-Stouffville or reach out to one of our representatives for expert advice. We’re here to answer all of your real estate questions. 

Shopping

While you might not find boutique shopping opportunities in Whitchurch Stouffville, the town nicely combines a Main-Street shopping thoroughfare with a more contemporary strip-mall packed with most major big box stores. 

 

The small pedestrian commercial district cuts through the town horizontally following Main St. in typical small-town fashion, with a few dense commercial patches spanning its length. Many of the businesses along Main St. are franchises, but there are still several independent restaurants and shops along the strip.

 

For a more suburban style of shopping, SmartCentres Stouffville is the place to go. There you’ll find all the big names you could expect of an Ontario outdoor shopping centre. 

Recreation

As a smaller GTA town, Whitchurch-Stouffville may only have 2 recreation centres but still offers numerous other recreational opportunities for the whole family, both indoors and outdoors.

The Stouffville public library, image courtesy of creative commons.

Leisure Centre

The Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre provides all the amenities and facilities you would expect from a municipal fitness and recreation centre. It’s the town’s primary centre and boasts a large 25m pool complete with slide, gymnasium, and multi-use fitness rooms. 

 

The “WSLC” as it’s referred to also houses the Latcham Gallery and Whitchurch Stouffville Public Library.

 

Stouffville 55+ Club

Catering to the town’s older population, the 55+ club is exactly what it sounds like – a club designed to foster community, friendship, and activity for older residents. Activities include exercise, socializing, and even shared meals. 


For a mere $20/year members can take part in card games, travels & book clubs, or just enjoy the “meals together” initiative. Actively-inclined members can take yoga & tai chi classes, try line dancing, or even take a group day trip.

 

Stouffville Arena

 

Although the Stouffville Arena Recreational is mostly used for ice bookings, it also provides public hours for free skate, shinny hockey, family skate, and adult free skate. You can get all the details on the town website’s Skating section.

 

Other Active Recreation in Whitchurch-Stouffville

 

In addition to indoor facilities, Whitchurch Stouffville manages a number of outdoor recreation spaces, parks, camps, classes, and a spring/summer guide to help residents take full advantage of all local and surrounding amenities.

 

For a complete list of all recreational opportunities & programing, consult the Whitchurch-Stouffville town website.

Schools in Whitchurch-Stouffville

For many GTA residents considering a move to a smaller town like Whitchurch-Stouffville, one of the big draws is the education. It’s no secret that in small towns class sizes can be smaller and communities generally more tight knit, and Whitchurch-Stouffville is no exception.

 

Quality education is available across 2 school boards from elementary school to high school. Both local school boards are York Region boards and offer several school options for residents. Continuing education programs are available as well.

 

The township’s school boards are:

 

York Region District School Board – an amalgamated board covering the entire York region. It is the 3rd largest school district in Ontario.

 

York Region Catholic District School Board – York’s Catholic board which serves over 55,000 students across the region.

 

Elementary Schools

Whitchurch Highlands Public School

Stouffville Christian School

Glad Park Public School

Harry Bowes Public School

Barbara Reid Public School

Oscar Peterson Public School

 

Secondary Schools

Stouffville District Secondary School

Transportation

 

Public Transit in Whitchurch-Stouffville

Whitchurch Stouffville is serviced by York Region Transit, and the service consists of 1 route within urban Stouffville as well as connections to Markham and its other routes. Route 9 runs a course around Stouffville before going down Highway 69 to around Highway 407. There was a route 15 which connected the town to Yonge St., but it was cancelled due to low ridership.

 

Travelling By Rail

Staying true to its history as a town that was made by the railroad, Whitchurch-Stouffville remains well connected by track. In fact, the entire north-eastern branch of the GO Network gets its name from the town.

The GO Transit map showing both GO Buses and Trains.

Riders can take the Stouffville line up to Lincolnville and right back down to Union Station. That’s where travel opportunities truly open up, since there’s no VIA Rail service on the Stouffville tracks.

 

Travelling By Car

Whitchurch-Stouffville is covered by a grid of smaller, rural highways but the primary roads are Highways 408, 407 (toll road), and 404. The later 2 form the south-western borders of the township.

 

Personal transportation is essential for Stouffville residents, since transit options are limited and the GO Bus service follows the same route as the train tracks. 

Have Questions About Whitchurch-Stouffville or Whitchurch-Stouffville Real Estate?

If you’re thinking of buying or selling real estate in Whitchurch-Stouffville or you’re seeking advice about real estate in this beautiful part of Ontario don’t hesitate to reach out to Frank Leo & Associates

 

We have over 30 years of real estate experience in the GTA at your disposal. You can also get started taking advantage of our Guaranteed Home Selling System with a Free, no-obligation Home Evaluation

 

New Ryerson University Study Shows Toronto is North America’s Fastest Growing City

According to a new study from Ryerson University, Toronto is now the fastest growing city in North America. “Toronto” here refers to the city itself as well as the surrounding metropolitan area. 

The report, published by Ryerson’s Centre for Urban Research and Land Development compares data on growth estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau and Statistics Canada. 

According to the study, last year Toronto proper saw a jump of 45,742 residents while the surrounding metropolitan area’s population increased by 127,575 people.

Toronto beat out Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington in Texas as well as a number of other major U.S. Cities. Montreal sits just a few spots down the list as the 6th fastest growing city on the continent. 

Looking at just primary municipalities we can see that Toronto tops the list followed by several other Canadian cities including Montreal, Calgary, Ottawa, and Edmonton.

The study’s authors cite Immigration as the primary cause for the rapid growth. Although Canadian cities are seeing considerable immigration, it’s surprising to learn that the study also indicates New York’s metropolitan area has the fastest declining population due to population moving to other parts of the country. 

Canadian cities represented 11 of the top 20 fastest growing cities last year, including Calgary, Ottawa, Edmonton, London, Winnipeg, Halifax, Vancouver, Kitchener and Hamilton.

Should I Sell My Home By Myself (FSBO) & Pay The Lowest Fee Possible? How About If It’s A Rental Property?

What You Should Know When Selling Your Home in Toronto & The GTA.

As any first-time home seller will tell you, selling a property can be a lot more trouble than buying it. It’s definitely worthwhile, but it’s a great deal of work even when you sell with a real estate agent.

Fortunately, with some foresight, planning, you can make the home selling process easier on everyone and help your property fetch a higher price in the Toronto & GTA real estate market.

With a career spanning over 3 decades, Frank Leo, #1 Individual RE/MAX Agent in the World, has gathered this collection of essential home selling tips which every home-seller should know before they start the home selling process.

If you have any further questions about real estate don’t hesitate to contact us at any time.

The Big Question: Should I Sell Independently (FSBO)?

Maybe you’ve driven by a home for sale in Toronto and seen this sign on the front yard: “For Sale By Owner.” If the thought of selling your home independently crossed your mind as you returned home, you’re not alone.

While this approach may  seem to work for a select few.  Most people will have difficulty selling their home without a real estate agent. It’s possible, but you just won’t get the same results without proper marketing and skilled negotiations.

Most people have careers and families which they need to concentrate on. Putting hours of effort into selling your house is a commitment most people can’t afford to make. Some of those less successful sellers could end up either losing money by getting considerably less for the property or having the house sit on the market for weeks or even months.

Small Mistakes Can Cost A Fortune

Whether or not you sell independently or with a Toronto or GTA real estate agent, the small mistakes can be quite costly.

Let’s say you don’t get an accurate home evaluation before selling your property and end up setting the price too low. Sure, the house may sell because some market savvy investor will spot the opportunity and take advantage of the situation. Your losses could be massive. The market and the market conditions are continually changing; if you are not aware of these changes it could be very costly to you.

Conversely, you could set the price too high. Many people who are selling the homes they live in end up setting a higher price than others are willing to pay because of their own sentimental attachments to their properties. In this case your property will just sit for sale having people wonder what is wrong with it.

Can We Save Money By Hiring A Discount No Commission Company?

The simple answer yes but at a cost. Often the cost can be very high. These mere posting companies are all about a transaction fee. They charge a listing fee up front (non refundable even if the property does not sell).  What they do not clearly state is that the selling fee is up to you to pay what you wish, but most end up offering the average fee to the selling agent. Therefore only half the expected and perceived savings right off the start.

If use a property at $600,000 if sold at the average 5% fee, the listing portion would be $15,000.00 minus the flat fee paid $3100.00 equals $11,900.00 ( less paid). The question is but at what cost. One of the best known companies that has a colour in their name as well as construction material (not a block,)  LOL, has a tiered fee structure. If you used their services, a for sign, advertise your home on the MLS, realtor.ca , their own website, manage the showing process, help with the offers, negotiations and paperwork. This service is currently offered for $3,100.00

The TREB (Toronto Real Estate Board) Statistics.

In 2018 TREB had Register Agents                              53554

Agent who did 0 deals                                            20182 / 37.69%

Agent who did 1-6 deals                                           25,516 / 47.65%

Agent who did 7-12 deals                                            5048 / 9.43%

Agent who did 12+ deals                                             1798 / 5.22%   

As you can see almost  38% of agents sold zero properties. If you add the agents who sold 6 or less properties then 85.34% of all the agents on TREB sold 6 or less properties in an entire year.  Now take into consideration that they all would “provide a for sign, advertise your home on the MLS, realtor.ca , their own website, manage the showing process, help with the offers, negotiations and paperwork” like the discount fee for service company. MLS and a sign on the lawn is not enough. If it was all agents would be selling the same amount of properties.

So why are only 5.22% of realtors selling 12 or more properties in all of 2018 on TREB?

Well as we can see it is not that easy even for licensed professionals. Imagine for the novice For Sale By Owner it can be overwhelming and stressful.  To get the best results it’s simple you must reach more buyers but not only any buyer but ideal buyers although not easy. Knowing where they are, targeting them and then getting them off the fence to come and see the property and put in a great offer is required. It is safe to say if someone wants to buy in your area and is looking for a home like yours with all it’s attributes they would pay more than someone who would say “it’s not exactly what I’m looking for but it will do”. Of course and the difference in price would be substantial. We must recognize that there would be a fee for that extra advertising and also require experience to know where and how to market effectively. Experience in how to prepare the property for sale requires experience and often some cost. Then there is the negotiation process. This is very important and if done properly you will be much better off but if not you could end up getting a lot less for your property. It is not as straight forward and easy as many people think.

Going back to the fee for service company, once they are paid their fee what is their incentive to get you more for your property. They already have your money, they have been paid. They say they offer access to experienced realtors. The question I have is if they are that experienced realtors why would they work for a nominal fee if they could make much more working at a conventional real estate company? How experienced are they really (look at the stats above)?  If you had a successful experienced realtor with a proven system how much more would you get?

So you are frustrated and your property does not sell, this is very common with flat fee services. The actual list to sale ratio of these companies is very low (you should ask for this information before you had over your hard earned money) it will shock you. So you paid their fee and now what?

You call an experienced successful realtor to help, but you have already paid the fee to the other company so you are actually paying more. Plus by having your property on the market and it not selling, the realtor will now have to fix the perception that there may be something wrong with the property. That’s why experience is so important. The good thing about traditional realtor is that you do no pay unless they get you results and your property sold. So they have to get you results or they are the ones that lose money. That is peace of mind.

Where Would You Sell Your Picasso Painting?

I believe that no two properties are alike. Everyone’s property is unique like painting ”one of a kind”. We have heard those stories of people having a garage sale and a buyer that sees the true value of that ring or painting and they buy it for a ridiculous price. Then they announce to the world how they found this treasure at a garage sale and how smart and lucky they are. This makes me mad. It is not fair to the sellers but that is the way it is. Would you want to sell your Picasso painting at a garage sale or would you want to hire the best art dealer to market it to all the art collectors they know and have access to and then expertly negotiate the highest price possible for you? The difference would literally be millions of dollars more in your pocket, but there would be a fee to pay for the service.

When it comes to your largest investment your property would you want to make the same mistake and sell it in a garage sale type of method?  Do you really want to take a chance?

Working With The Best Toronto & GTA Real Estate Agent

There are numerous benefits to working with a successful real estate agent when selling your home in Toronto & The GTA, not the least of which is getting top dollar value for your property and selling in a time-frame that works for you.

When you sign a listing agreement with a real estate agent your chances of selling under great terms goes up immediately, perhaps more than any other single action could provide. Frank Leo & Associates, for example, offer a Guaranteed Home Selling System to clients, ensuring that every client’s home is sold for top dollar.

The benefits of working with a successful real estate agent is that they have a system and it will  kick in right away. Most Toronto & GTA real estate agents will offer a free home evaluation that will give you an idea of how much you can sell the property for. Understanding what your home is worth is a hefty benefit on its own, even if you don’t sign a listing agreement with that particular agent.

If you decide to go forward with an agent, he or she will be able to address issues that you didn’t even know existed with the house. Working in the Toronto & GTA real estate market provides them with insights that you might never come across on your own. Many of these issues need to be corrected before the house hits the market in order to maximize the chances of selling.

You can read more about all of the benefits of working with an agent in our post about what it’s like working with the Best Toronto & GTA real estate agent for you.

It Takes The Best Real Estate Team in Toronto & The GTA To Get You Top Dollar & Sell In A Timeframe That Works For You

The Best real estate agent in Toronto & The GTA will certainly do well to help you sell your home, but having a top real estate team is even better.

A top real estate team like Frank Leo & Associates, rated the #2 RE/MAX Team in Canada, provide the firepower of an entire company to sell your home. In practical terms, that’s many times the amount of experience and effort a private seller or even an experienced agent is able to deploy on their own.

At Frank Leo & Associates, for example, our team has a dynamic 360 degree multi-million dollar marketing system which advertises your home 24/7 until sold. A sophisticated understanding of economics, marketing, and the Toronto & GTA real estate market allow us to market each individual property to buyers who are likely to want to buy it. A more sophisticated home-selling approach is likely to help your home fetch a far higher price on the market.

Your Home Needs Marketing Just Like Any Other Product

Most companies spend 1,000’s of dollars advertising their products and trying to make an impression on buyers. Only a real estate brokerage dedicated to real estate services can add the weight of their sophisticated marketing efforts to help you sell your home.

All of the efforts that goes into the marketing and advertising of each home alone is a great deal of work, but that’s saying nothing of the experience and understanding of the local market which is absolutely necessary to sell effectively.

Home Preparation Is Critical When It’s Time To Sell Your Home In Toronto or The GTA

A big part of creating an appealing perception of a home seller’s property in Toronto is, of course, the property itself.

The best Toronto & GTA real estate agents have home presentation down to a science. They understand what buyers look for and how to leverage the strengths of each home to create a positive first impression.

Home staging comes down to more than just tidying up and putting away family photos. Depending on the home, it can be quite an extensive process to get the property ready for photographing for the digital MLS listing and for prospective buyers who come see the home.

With no previous experience or insights into the psychology of home buying or what people are looking for in a home, independent sellers are at a distinct disadvantage when it comes to getting their  home ready for sale in Toronto & The GTA.

You can get up to date on home staging in our post about preparing your home for sale in Toronto & The GTA.

Don’t Hold An Open House!

One of the biggest misconceptions about selling homes in Toronto, the GTA, or anywhere else is holding open houses. The truth about open houses might come as a surprise to you.  

Although they are seen as a tried and true method of getting exposure for property and finding interested buyers, open houses actually aren’t the best way to get a home sold. Like door-to-door sales, they are an outdated form of real estate advertising which is less effective than modern methods and much more of a security issue.

Most real estate agents who use open houses are doing so to network with buyers. Even if a buyer doesn’t want to buy the house, they’re likely to be in the market for a similar property. That agent is then perfectly situated to show the buyers their choice of other properties.

You can read more about why the best Toronto & GTA real estate agents don’t depend on open houses in our post about how ineffective open houses don’t sell homes.

What If You’re Selling A Rental Property In Toronto or The GTA?

If you’re selling your property in Toronto & The GTA there are a few additional considerations to keep in mind.

First, you can rest assured that the myth that landlords have to wait until their tenants decide to leave before they can sell is just that – a myth.

As a landlord, you have the right to put your property up for sale at any time you please. The only stipulation is that you must continue to abide by the Residential Tenancies Act and/or the terms of your lease agreement with the tenant(s).

Tips For Selling A Property Which Has Tenants

You can read the Residential Tenancies Act yourself but we’ve summarized the key points relating to selling for you below.

Please note that although the information we’re providing is up-to-date and accurate it isn’t a replacement for legal advice.

Can You Terminate A Tenant’s Lease When Selling Rental Property in Toronto?

As a landlord in Ontario, you can’t legally evict tenants in order to sell a property. Unless you mutually agree for them to move out or the new owner must continue to respect the terms of the lease.  At the end of the lease the tenant may be required to move out if it’s for the personal use of the new owner.

You can refer to the Landlord Tenant Board’s resources for more information regarding landlord/tenant rights.

When The Tenant’s Lease Ends And You Want To Sell The Property

If a tenant’s lease expires they automatically become a monthly tenant. You will still need to follow the Landlord and Tenants act.

There are many variables when dealing with tenants and knowing how to proceed it key to getting the best results. An experienced realtor can make all the difference when selling.

Doing Renovations When Selling A Rental Property in Toronto

If you’re planning to renovate, upgrade, refurbish, or do any work on the unit or building you are selling you have an obligation to be upfront with your tenants. Asking the tenants to leave on some pretext but fixing the place up instead is grounds for recourse.

Any wrongful eviction leaves you vulnerable to a lawsuit. The Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board could slap you with a fine of up to $25,000 in addition to the cost of damages you might have to pay out to the tenant.

Since the property belongs to you, you are entitled to make upgrades so long as you abide by the terms set out in the Act.

What To Do When Showing A Property That Has Tenants Living In It.

Potential buyers will want to see the property for themselves, naturally. So long as you  abide by the law of reasonable entry you are completely within your rights to show the property. It’s important to have the appropriate clause in your lease to avoid any confusion.

Marketing The Rental Property For Sale In Toronto

There are many legalities to deal with when selling your rental property. Trying to sell it yourself can be very challenging. If you are not aware of all the potential pitfalls you will have a difficult time selling your rental property.

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What If You Have Difficult Tenants?

If you’re dealing with difficult tenants you have legal recourse. That is, tenants aren’t allowed to refuse to let potential buyers see the property. They must also maintain a reasonable standard of cleanliness. Although you have legal recourse this may be very costly and the results are not guaranteed.

If tenants are especially difficult and jeopardize the sale the landlord can sue for damages. But the likelihood of getting the money for the damages even if you win can be difficult.

What Rights Do You Have As A Landlord When Selling Property In Toronto

Landlords in Ontario are completely within their rights to sell a property which is occupied by a tenant. If you want to close the sale before the end of the tenant’s lease,  the new owner must assume the tenant. If you can try and reach an agreement with the tenant about leaving earlier.

How To Make The Sale Go Smoothly

Securing a sale for your rental property takes enough effort on its own without having to worry about complications with your tenant.

A great deal of frustration on everyone’s part can be saved with a little bit of planning. Be upfront with your tenants and let them know your intentions for the property. They can start looking for a new place with plenty of notice, making them less likely to disturb the sales process.

Giving the tenants advance notice is also likely to make them more amicable when it comes to future showings or photography. They’ll know what to expect. Accommodating their schedules when it comes to bringing people to the apartment will also go far what it comes to making them comfortable and co-operative.  Keep in mind the tenants do not have to leave and many informed tenants will refuse.

Reaching An Agreement With Your Tenants When Selling Rental Property in Toronto & The GTA

Some landlords take a proactive role with helping their tenants move to give them an incentive. Whether it’s covering moving expenses, helping them find a new place, or helping them relocated to another unit, there are many ways a landlord can help a tenant to encourage them to move out.

Depending on your relationship with the tenants you can offer them more or less to move. It may be better to add these incentives after letting them know you intend to sell and opening negotiations. You don’t want to find yourself in a disadvantaged bargaining position when your tenant figures out how important it is for you to sell the property in a timely fashion.

Get Help Selling Your Rental Property in Toronto or The GTA

Regardless of what happens with your tenants, you can count on Frank Leo & Associates to help you sell for top dollar in a timeframe that works for you.


For 3 decades we’ve been helping people in Toronto & The GTA buy and sell properties. You can book a no-obligation free home evaluation to get started with our Guaranteed Home Selling System.

You can also contact us with any of your Toronto & GTA Real Estate questions.

More Resources For Landlord/Tenant Rights When Selling A Rental Property in Toronto and The GTA

You can find all of the available information about landlord/tenant rights in the Residential Tenancies Act. For any further inquiries, you can reach out to the Landlord Tenant Board of Ontario.