The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) applauds Mayor Tory for making housing affordability one of his top and first priorities of the new term of Toronto City Council.
The Toronto Real Estate Board is concerned about the City of Toronto's continued reliance on the Municipal Land Transfer Tax (MLTT) revenue to balance its budget.
Toronto Real Estate Board President Garry Bhaura announced that TREB Commercial Network Members reported 1,782,401 square feet of total leased space across the industrial, commercial/retail and office market segments.
The OV NAP is a broad based community-led organization with a mandate to work together with residents, businesses, agencies and City representatives to improve neighbourhood well-being and active communication, coordination & service delivery.
Their site is an active archive of the OV NAP. Here you will find records of past OV NAP meetings, related City of Toronto and Provincial reports, and practical tools and resources for civic engagement. You are invited to explore the site and utilize the resources found there.
Updated November 16th, 2018
Ontario Announces New Mandatory Lease Doc
Provincial Government Introduces New Standard Lease for Rentals
February 8, 2018 -- As part of Ontario's Fair Housing Plan and Rental Fairness Act, the provincial government is introducing a new standard lease that will be mandatory for private residential leases signed on or after April 30, 2018, including tenancies in single and semi-detached houses, apartment buildings, rented condominiums and secondary suites (such as basement apartments).
A copy of the new standard lease is available by clicking here. It is important to note that this standard lease form does not apply to most social and supportive housing, retirement and nursing homes, mobile home parks and land lease communities, or commercial properties. The government will develop separate standard leases to address these other types of residential tenancies.