With the economy improving and vaccines accelerating, buyer
confidence in Toronto’s condo market has improved “substantially,” with condo
sales up nearly 80% in Q1-2021, though average condo ...Read more
Toronto's real estate industry heard Friday they will need to become increasingly nimble and adaptable as tenant expectations and building possibi...
Metro Vancouver and Greater Toronto have the dubi...
Because buying a home is one of the biggest events of o...
Can buying in outlying areas normally thought of as 'cottage country' be a viable way to get onto the housing ladder?
The good, the bad and the ugly details that might impact Toronto’s housing market in the year ahead.
TORONTO, September 7, 2016 -- Toronto Real Estate Board President Larry Cerqua announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported a record 9,813 sales through TREB’s MLS® System in August 2016.
While this sales result was 23.5 per cent above the numb...
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. Read more
Home affordability in Toronto and Vancouver is approaching “risky” levels, according to a report from RBC, but low interest rates and even the falling loonie mean Canadians shouldn’t count on affordability improving ...
Royal LePage suggest that Toronto had the hottest real estate market in the
country during the second quarter, with double-digit increases in all types of
TORONTO -- Starting next
month, home buyers in Ontario will have new protections against phantom bids, a
practice used by unscrupulous real estate agents to drive up the prices of
OTTAWA – The country has a looming housing
problem that is going to require action from all levels of government,
according to a new report from the Federation of Canadi...Read more