Despite a near two-quarter cooling the Toronto HPI is up and its majorly due to condo and townhouse sales.
TREB supports the Ontario government’s legislative action to put new regulations on multiple representation of clients by realtors in the province.
In September the Toronto housing market saw a 35% decline in sales year-over-year. That’s a continuation of Toronto’s absent buyer demand in its halted anticipation for a promised cool by the Ontario Fair Housing Plan. The market has cooled in light of that anticipation. In September the average price of a Toronto home saw a…
Moving to Toronto can be a very big and stressful move, especially considering the adjustment to the city. I’m here to discuss three things they won’t tell you but it’s basically law. #1 – Walk on the right side of the sidewalk No, I literally mean walk on the right hand of the sidewalk. There…
Toronto housing affordability is the worst it has ever been. According to RBC’s Housing Affordability report, the city has reached its worst state ever recorded after eight consecutive quarters of measured erosion. In the second quarter of 2017 the average price of a Toronto home brought the affordability of homes to the worst it has…
TREB cautions against the implementation of a Toronto Vacant Home Tax, aimed to bolster rental supply through a tax ultimatum.
Toronto and Hamilton-Burlington area are leading the nation in new listings growth with a decline in sales-to-new listings ratio in Toronto.
[OP-ED] Millennial crying over the current state of Toronto real estate are foolishly blind to the coming future and power of their generation as an aging cohort.
It isn’t possible to determine the effectiveness of the Ontario Fair Housing Plan until the market has returned to a normal state from its halted and frozen summer state.
Moving to the city of Toronto is a big decision, that’s why we have 7 things to consider before you decide Toronto is the city for you.
As was expected and predicted, buyer demand is returning to the Toronto housing market after four months of a halted market.
Gen-Y will cool the Toronto housing market by 2020, with an absences of buyer demand. An absences caused by the replacing the majority of buyer demand. A future demand that will be nowhere near the current buyer demand, in light of lack of affordability and slower buyer replacement rates.