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condo market news piece august 26

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – August 26, 2016

Canada’s housing market headed for ‘modest price correction,’ says big bank — but when? “We anticipate an eventual modest price correction as we approach 2018,” writes Brian DePratto, a TD economist, in the four-page report. I want to read the full article. Why do condo towers in Toronto all look the same? A new book [...]

condo market news piece august 19

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – August 19, 2016

Lack of supply driving GTA house price surge, studies say Toronto is in the midst of a housing heat wave, with sales activity and prices both breaking new records in July. But one thing that seems capable of putting the brakes on the market is what the Toronto Real Estate Board has called the “troubling [...]

condo market news piece august 12

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – August 12, 2016

As Toronto temperatures rise, so does the red-hot condo market The dearth of single-family housing has driven the demand for units even further, setting prices ablaze — figuratively speaking, of course. I want to read the full article. Intensified foreigner influx to further heat up Toronto market - observers The B.C. government’s newly implemented 15 [...]

condo market news piece august 6

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – August 5, 2016

Toronto house prices soar in ‘troubling trend’ Toronto’s red hot housing market is on pace for another record-setting year, as July home sales hit an all-time high of nearly 10,000 and prices rose by 16.7 per cent compared to the same month last year. I want to read the full article. 'Troubling trend' as Toronto [...]

condo market news piece july 22

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – July 22, 2016

TREB Releases Q2 2016 Condo and Rental Figures The Greater Toronto area's condominium housing market continues to show signs of strength, evidenced by today's release of Q2 2016 market figures from the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB). I want to read the full article. Our new down payment tool shows just how brutal it is [...]

toronto condo market news piece july 15

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – July 15, 2016

Toronto condominium demand rising despite pricey market Toronto’s condominium market has been heating up for the past few years and it’s all because property supply is down, but demand continues to rise. I want to read the full article. Demand fueling record housing starts in Vancouver and Toronto The Toronto-Dominion Bank economist is referring to [...]

toronto condo market news piece july 8

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – July 8, 2016

Price of luxury soars in GTA real estate $4-million-plus category sees biggest sales volume increase as price of average detached home hits $1.26 million I want to read the full article. Toronto-area home prices climb 16.8% in June The average price of a home in the Toronto region rose to $746,546 as record-level demand continues. [...]

july 1 toronto condo market news piece

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – July 1, 2016

New City-Specific Housing Policies Could Hit Canada's Hottest Markets When Canadians return from celebrating the Canada Day long weekend, they can expect early July to be hot with discussion of potential changes in mortgage regulations and housing policy. I want to read the full article. Two bedroom condos won't go for under $1 million soon: [...]

june 24 toronto condo market news piece

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – June 24, 2016

A Brexit would inflame Canada's hot housing market When British voters go to the polls Thursday, they could further turn up the heat on Canada's burning housing market. I want to read the full article. How a real estate bubble burst in Toronto, Vancouver could affect the rest of Canada Despite record high housing prices [...]

toronto condo market news piece une 17

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – June 17, 2016

Who’s to blame for high home prices? The Trudeau government is doin’ alright, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Their decision and action to boost the economy through infrastructure spending is considered to be a wise call. But now the Liberals need to turn their attention to the elephant in the room: the residential [...]

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