CONDO LIFE – Childhood friends Shannon MacCauley and Cassie MacKenzie have reached a significant milestone together at The Humber: home ownership.
NEXT HOME – Cheyenne and partner Julius made their home ownership dreams a reality when they purchased a condo at The Humber.
Thirty-something working professionals with an infant, this couple felt as though home ownership in Toronto was no longer possible for people like them.
One of Toronto’s great urban waterways, the Humber River is a lush ribbon that bisects the concrete jungle. Strolling along the river’s path, it’s easy to forget that the city is bustling just a few hundred metres away.
Living in Toronto is too often a story of compromises: To enjoy the urban vibrancy of the city, you often have to forgo expanses of nature; in order to afford homeownership, you have to move to the suburbs.
A new CMHC program designed to make it easier to buy a home would be limited to first-time buyers who earn less than $120,000 a year.