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Housing is Driving The Canadian Economy

Q4 economic growth was much stronger than expected. This could help explain why interest rates have risen so fast recently and could portend a more optimistic statement from the Bank of Canada next week.

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Home sales fell again in May, but don’t get used to this

Despite buying activity decelerating in May, the average selling price still crept up by 1.1% month-over-month to reach a record $1,108,453 thanks to new listings decreasing in April.

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Hamilton’s ‘hidden gem’ properties

"There’s a hidden gem: mixed-use commercial properties in downtown Hamilton that might be able to be converted into residential properties."

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Tips for lowering your cottage insurance premiums

ustin Thouin, LowestRates.ca’s CEO, offers advice for cottage owners and what they can do to lower their cottage insurance premiums and explains why they're so high in the first place.

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Junction Triangle readies for rare condo launch

House of Assembly is a master-planned development by developer Marlin Spring on Sterling Rd. in the Junction Triangle. Tentative occupancy is slated for January 2024.

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How the same income can equate to different mortgage limits

Depending on the type of mortgage product, lender, and program, this amount varies greatly. Let’s jump into the different types of mortgages and how these limits are calculated.

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416 condo market will be on fire in April

“Our inventory levels for condos in Toronto proper are back to normal—we’re sitting at almost 2,600 condo units for sale—and that means April will be extremely healthy.”

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TD, RE/MAX advise against gov’t intervention into market

The CEO of TD Bank says too many factors are driving accelerated gains in Canada’s housing market and that urging policymakers to intervene might be unwise.

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Vancouver’s sales up 126%, Calgary’s surge 147%

Sales surged by 126.1% year-over-year from 2,524 in March 2020, and by 53.2% from 3,727 a month earlier. Moreover, last month’s sales total was 72.2% above the 10-year March average.

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Toronto could experience post-pandemic Roaring Twenties

Turns out, not only are they bravely prepared to wait out the pandemic, hordes of business people are trying to find venues to open up their own nightspots and eateries.

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Boomers opting to age in place with combination suites

This downsizing couple bought three units in this new build condominium on St. Clair Ave so they can retire comfortably and encourage others to do the same. Read more to learn about their plans for their units.

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‘Industrial condos’ sweep across GTA

Just like the housing market, there are many industrial tenants being priced out of warehouse facilities which are also becoming harder to obtain.

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