You’ve got a big apartment, and the landlord is looking for a place to put you.
You’ve bought a house, built a little studio apartment, but your rent hasn’t been paid yet.
You’re in a bind.
The landlord doesn’t want to move you to a cheaper area, and you’ve heard of condos being a bit harder to find in the GTA.
But you’re also worried about the quality of the new condos.
Is there a problem?
Let’s start with a common problem: rent.
In Toronto, a single-family home can rent for $1,200 a month, or $3,000 a year if you have a three-bedroom unit, according to the Toronto Real Estate Board.
(A three-bedroom unit costs $1.25 million in Toronto.)
The Toronto Real Estates Association recommends a rent of $2,500 a month for single- and multi-family housing, depending on the type of unit.
(CBC’s A.J. Daulin has a great rundown of what’s available.)
If you’ve already bought a home, you’ve probably bought your first condo for $150,000.
A condo with a three bedroom can be as cheap as $500,000, according a 2016 report by the Canadian Association of Realtors.
A four-bedroom condo can be $800,000—or $10 million if you’re a billionaire.
You can buy a house for a fraction of that, or you can get a $300,000 home with two bedrooms and a bath and walk-in closet, or a $450,000 house with a six-bedroom, three-bathroom, four-bath and five-bath.
And that’s assuming the condo doesn’t need to be torn down and rebuild, which is often the case.
You could also consider a condo that’s only one bedroom, with a garage for storage.
But if you can’t find one that meets all the requirements, you’re going to need to find a way to live in it.
And in Toronto, that means renting in a condo on a site with a lot of space.
There are lots of great places to live.
In fact, the city’s vacancy rate has been in the double digits since 2013.
But the condo market is so competitive that there are many places that are too expensive for someone with modest means to live there.
To make matters worse, many condos are built on vacant land.
If you can afford a condo, you should, right?
You might think you can rent out the apartment for a few months to find yourself a new home.
But there are a few steps you need to take to make sure you’re making the right choice.
First, you need a plan.
Most of the apartments you can live in are listed for one month.
You need to decide what you want to do with your apartment, which could include moving, renting it out, and even selling it.
You may also want to consider whether it makes sense to move into a new apartment once the rental contract is up.
You’ll need to weigh the benefits of moving versus moving versus renting.
You should also weigh the cost of buying or renting the apartment.
This is especially important if you don’t want your condo to be in a rental-condo zone.
If it’s a rental, you’ll need a deed for the property to give you an ownership interest in it, and if it’s not, you may need to buy the property outright.
And if you want a condo to not have a rental component, you can find more information about condo zones.
If the apartment is an apartment, you might also want a deposit.
You don’t have to pay the full amount of the rent if you only rent it for a short period of time.
But it’s always best to get the deposit to make a deposit down payment on the apartment you’ll be living in.
You also have to think about the safety of the apartment and the people you’ll have living there.
It’s important to have a plan to keep out the police and the city.
You might want to build a security system in the condo to protect against thieves.
And you may want to add some sort of fire alarm system.
It may be cheaper to rent out your condo than buy it outright.
But a few years of rent-stabilization payments can help make up for the cost.
In some cases, you could also find a condo owner willing to take a rental loan on the condo for a limited time.
You won’t have the option of paying back the loan after the lease is up, but you’ll get the benefit of a short-term mortgage.
And it’s often cheaper to buy a condo for the first year and keep the rent steady than it is to rent it out for a year and pay it back later.
If your condo isn’t located in a high-demand area, you also might want an elevator.
You’d also want some sort to transport your