by DCN NEWS SERVICES TORONTO — A new 62-townhome community by Trillium Housing is part of an innovative pilot project to make home ownership more attainable for middle class families in Toronto and other parts of the province. Non-profit developer Trillium Housing recently held a sod turning event for its first affordable home ownership development in mid-town Toronto. The sod turning coincided with the tear down of a former TTC structure on the site of
Non-profit mortgage assistance program addresses the affordability issue heads on Toronto Sun 2 Sep 2017 NEIL SHARMA Special to Postmedia Network About 500 prospective home buyers attended a home buying presentation by Trillium Housing which offers a non-profit mortgage assistance program. Maissa Saleh desperately wanted to move her three children out of the family’s Parkdale apartment because she didn’t want them becoming influenced by the neighbourhood’s unsavoury elements. “Parkdale is not a great neighbourhood because
Toronto Sun June 30/July 2, 2017 Whether you’re looking for a home in Toronto, where the average price is now over $1 million, with monthly mortgage costs of $3-4,000 not uncommon; or in other major urban centres across the province where prices keep going up dramatically, the reality is that a growing number of Ontario families simply can’t afford to own a home. Enter Trillium Housing, which is tackling the problem head on, working with