toronto condo market news piece march 11

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (March 11, 2016)

The Toronto condo bust that wasn’t Whatever happened to Toronto’s condo bubble? The average price of a condominium in the city popped more than 17 per cent in February compared to what the same unit would have sold for just one year earlier. I want to read the full article. Toronto and Vancouver luxury real [...]

condo market news piece march 4

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (March 4, 2016)

Major bank calls Vancouver and Toronto housing markets ‘dangerously’ unaffordable There is an element of danger in Canada’s housing market, and it’s threatening Canadians’ ability to buy homes in two of the country’s frothiest local markets. I want to read the full article. It's move 'up' or move out Strong demand for new homes in [...]

condo market news piece february 26

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (February 26, 2016)

Office, retail real estate sectors settling in for tough 2016 Canada’s real estate industry is bracing for a difficult year as low oil prices, a glut of office and retail supply, and skittish investors drive down demand for commercial space and hamper enthusiasm for new condos. I want to read the full article. Shortage of [...]

condo market news piece feb 19

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (February 19, 2016)

‘Last remaining parcel’ on Toronto Fashion District western edge snapped up for high-rise Toronto-based builders Carlyle Communities and CentreStone Urban Developments have purchased several Bathurst Street properties totalling approximately 8,000 square feet on the western edge of the city’s Fashion District with plans for an 18-storey residential tower on the site. I want to read [...]

toronto condo market news piece february 12

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (February 12, 2016)

Future-proofing condos: Waterfront communities ahead of the tech curb Recent major condo communities like Daniels’ Waterfront City of The Arts, and Menkes Waterfront Innovation Centre puts Toronto at the forefront of the world’s smartest cities. I want to read the full article. Toronto, Vancouver Home Prices To Turn Negative As Mortgage Rates Creep Up: TD [...]

toronto condo market news piece feb 6

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (February 5, 2016)

Toronto’s east end has the hottest real estate in the city Homes north of Danforth Ave. and east of the Don has the shortest sale times in Toronto, according to TREB data. I want to read the full article. New Toronto condo designed to be a forest in the sky If there's one thing that [...]

toronto condo market news piece january 29

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (January 29, 2016)

Price gap between Toronto houses and condos expected to shrink The price gap between condos and houses soared 50 per cent last year in the Greater Toronto Area as values of single-family homes skyrocketed, while the condo market flatlined. I want to read the full article. ‘It’s the new Waterloo’: How the rise of Silicon [...]

condo market news piece toronto

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (January 22, 2016)

Will the Bank of Canada cut the overnight rate again this week? Will history repeat itself when the Bank of Canada makes its latest overnight rate announcement on Wednesday? It depends whom you ask. I want to read the full article. The $3.4-million penthouse that proves super-luxurious condos can be tough to sell This penthouse’s privileged perch [...]

toronto condo market news piece january 15

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (January 15, 2016)

The Chase: A couple decides between a killer downtown condo and a modest semi outside the core After poking around on MLS for a bit, they set a budget of $500,000 and, with help from Marlene Jaegerman of Harvey Kalles, started searching for a great condo with parking and at least two bedrooms. I want [...]

toronto condo market news january 8 2016

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (January 8, 2016)

5 reasons Toronto house prices won't crash in 2016 After the Greater Toronto Area's record year in 2015 for both the number of homes sold and the average price, the question is: when will it all come crashing down? The answer: not in 2016. Here are five reasons why this won't be the year of Toronto's housing collapse. I [...]

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