The GTA’s condominium market is heating up again and "driving investor behaviour".
GTA condo sales in the first two weeks of January shot up 90% year-over-year on the MLS.
Average home prices in the region are slated to hit $990,300, according to Royal LePage’s 2021 forecast, while low-rise houses are anticipated to reach $1,185,800.
Angry investors who've lost millions are demanding an inquiry from the Ontario regulatory agency to investigate the company at fault.
Toronto's luxury housing market is expected to see changes in 2021 as the demand for larger terraces and balconies increases.
The City of Toronto’s proposed tax on vacant homes has been reproached for the damage it could do to the city’s already-reeling condo market.
Although 2020 will soon be in the rear-view mirror, the changes it ushered in will remain into 2021 and beyond, according to a forecast from RBC Economics.
Toronto’s condo market may be softening, but not all unit types are performing badly, according to a new report from Realosophy Realty.
The big banks are chary about financing micro-units (500 sq. ft. and below) because they’re rarely end user-occupied, and nearly always purchased as income properties.
Toronto’s multifamily residential buildings have been in hot demand among institutional investors who are locked in bidding wars with each other.
The nation's real estate market sales surged by 32.1% last month compared to November 2019.
The nation's real estate market sales surged by 32.1% last month compared to November 2019. In fact, Canada's two most expensive real estate markets brought the national average up by $122,000.
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