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Insider Info: How Resilient Are Your Homes?

Over the last few years, governments at all levels have been talking about the need for improved “climate resilience” in our communities and homes. For builders, the central concern is that, most often, this talk points towards more demanding and expensive building code requirements and land development standards.
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Water wise, tankless toilets conserve up to 35,000 litres of water a year

Tankless toilets are a modern option for homeowners looking for a cost-effective solution for renovating or adding a new bathroom.

Building Excellence, the Official Magazine of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association

The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA), in association with HOMES Publishing Group, is proud to announce that, beginning in 2018, Building Excellence is the new (and only official) national magazine of the Association.

The Marketer: There are innovative ways of delivering affordability

As sales people and marketing specialists who operate in the thick of the GTA condo sales world, my team at In2ition is constantly being asked about trends we’re observing on the sales floor and concerns we’re hearing from the prospective purchasers we deal with on a daily basis.

The Analyst: Housing recession almost over

“The housing recession is almost over,” were the opening remarks from Peter Gilgan, the founder and CEO of Mattamy Homes at a recent Urban Land Institute “fireside chat” at the Board of Trade. I have had the distinct privilege to follow Peter’s remarkable career since its inception in 1978. He explained the secrets to his amazing success as these ...

The Marketer: Print media is not dead

Nearly every day I have to make the case to a client on why to run print. If I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard “print is dead,” I would be rich. The fact is print is not dead. Every day print lands on the doorsteps of millions of people who appreciate journalism and want a deeper perspective on local, national and global events beyond the headlines.

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THE INDUSTRY LEADER: Who is paying for infrastructure?

Since 2004, development fees have skyrocketed across the GTA, increasing between 236 per cent and 878 per cent.
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