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What do I actually own?

As an owner-resident, you own home equity in Key, which means you have a stake in any property Key owns. But along with owning your real estate investment, you also get to live in your very own Key suite.


Where does Key operate?

We’re beginning with an initial $2.5B investment in residential real estate in downtown Toronto, and we will be expanding to other major urban centres globally


Are units available now?

Key Suites will start to become available for resident-owners in fall 2020.


What’s stopping other investors from buying units and renting them at a higher rate?

Our strict social policies ensure that Key Suites do not become secondary income properties for people simply looking to buy in order to rent out. Everyone who lives in a Key building is an owner-resident, like you.


What’s the minimum initial contribution if I want to move in?



Can I contribute more to start?

Absolutely. And the more home equity you own, the less you pay for your monthly residency fee.


Can I contribute less to start?

Absolutely. You can start with as low as $500. And continue contributing until you reach the 25K mark. And then it’s move-in day.


Does my monthly residency fee add to my equity?

No, those fees go toward maintenance costs, shared building expenses, and property taxes.


Can I contribute more on a monthly basis?

Yes, and we encourage it. You can roll in a monthly contribution, adding it to your monthly residency fee. Even $50 a month goes a long way over the years.


Are dogs allowed?

Only the cute ones. So…all dogs, yes.

Learn more about building real estate equity with Key.