I got my first property a few weeks ago. It's a 2 bedroom, ~1050 sq. ft. (living space) in an older Thornhill building. The unit is nicely renovated too and the building has been well maintained over the years; short drive from a GO station; one parking spot. Most people in the building are retirees. The only downside is that the maintenance is nearly $1/sq. ft. because it's an older building. However, all utilities and parking are included. And it's still way cheaper than rent for any 2 bedroom these days. Haven't moved in yet. Thoughts?