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Buying a house is a complex process with many moving parts and professionals working together to get the deal done.
Keystone is here to be your one-stop resource for all things real estate and this goes well beyond just buying and selling property. We provide clients with recommendations, referrals and resources before, during and after your home transaction. Whether it’s your ﬁrst or next home, we are committed to helping you every step of the way.
Keystone works with a team of professionals and third-party service providers who deliver a wide range of real estate ancillary services including legal counsel, accounting, mortgage brokers, admin staff, and relocations. We can also recommend resources for your post-purchase or pre-sale needs such as home inspectors, designers, contractors, trades, etc.
Our Featured Links page includes resources you may find useful during the buying, selling, moving and settling in phases.
Knowing what you can afford and estimating how much your transaction might cost is a big part of a successful real estate experience. We have included a number of tools in our Finance Centre to help with this critical step.
We also curate a collection of interesting real estate news articles via Twitter and Blog posts. We are very active within the real estate industry, volunteering with the Toronto Real Estate Board and regularly attending continuing education courses to stay current with the most modern information and best practices to best serve our clients.
For more extensive and customized info, resources and tools, clients can also log-in to their Client Centres:
Latest from Twitter
- CRA targeting some of Canada's wealthiest neighbourhoods in a bid to clamp down on tax evasion: https://t.co/fvBcmdfeyb 11:09:01 AM November 30, 2017 from LinkedIn ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Good insight on rules re: claiming the principal residence tax exemption when selling a home with a rental suite: https://t.co/zYQdj84xJZ 11:57:47 AM November 13, 2017 from LinkedIn ReplyRetweetFavorite
- 66% of families in downtown TO now live in condos...new guidelines approved to help make better condos for them: https://t.co/BSfLmGOZYe 09:54:53 AM October 26, 2017 from LinkedIn ReplyRetweetFavorite