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    Buying a home in Jane and Finch

    Okay, there’s absolutely no avoiding it — Jane and Finch has a bad reputation, to the point that your friends and family who don’t live in Ontario probably know of it for the wrong reasons.

    But rising real estate prices have a funny way of putting things in perspective, and now that prices have gone sky-high in downtown Toronto, buyers are beginning to look beyond historical biases and bad press, and these neighbourhoods are getting some much needed attention. Which is exactly why now is the time to consider condos for sale in Jane and Finch.

    Jane and Finch is located in North York on the western banks of Black Creek; life in this neighbourhood is not nearly as tumultuous as its reputation would suggest, and in large part, Jane and Finch is much like any other family neighbourhood; there are an abundance of green spaces and playgrounds in the area, walking trails, recreation centres, and schools at varying academic levels.

    Jane St and Finch Ave W is the major intersection in the neighbourhood and it’s there where most businesses are located — fast food chains, restaurants, and a variety of service based businesses. Jane Finch Mall is found at this intersection, and hosts a small number of retail stores. Additional dining and shopping is situated on Sheppard Ave on the neighbourhood’s southern border.

    Condo Life in Jane and Finch

    Condo hunting on a tight budget? Condos for sale in Jane and Finch are a good place to start. As it stands, there are 8 buildings to choose from in this neighbourhood — traditional high-rises towers, low-rises condos, and townhouses.

    Regardless of the building, Jane and Finch condos for sale are extremely affordable, and in some cases sell for a fourth of the price of condos in downtown Toronto. Want and 1800 square foot 3 bedroom condo for the price of a studio in downtown Toronto? That’s possible here.

    As most buildings were built in the late 70s and early 80s, amenities and finishes can be dated, and you might even find — gasp — carpets in some units. Of course, that makes Toronto condos for sale in Jane and Finch a great opportunity for investors.


    Most errands in this neighbourhood require public transit or a vehicle, and few residents will find Jane and Finch to be easily navigated on foot. Publics transit users have bus routes on all major roads, and Finch West Station is just east of the neighbourhood.

    Car owners can easily get where they’re going in a hurry, thanks to the 400 which serves as the neighbourhood’s western boundary.

    Jane and Finch Overview

    The Locals: Diverse families of all ages.

    Code of Conduct: Telling Torontonians that Jane and Finch isn’t as bad as people say.

    What You’ll Find: A neighbourhood in the midst of a transition.

    What You Won’t Find: Trendsetting restaurants and bars.

    The Homes: Semi detached houses, detached bungalows, and traditional high-rise apartments and condos.

    Sealing the Deal: Unparalleled affordability in the GTA.