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Winning the housing market game can be viewed in a number of ways. To some, winning means getting the home they love -- at any cost. To the smart buyers out there, winning means knowing the difference between good value and over-value, and making a sound purchasing decision that you can live with for years to come.
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The average price of a single-family home in suburban Toronto jumped by $108,000 in a month.
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An old saying rings true today, more than ever: drive till you qualify. But with the suburbs gaining speed in price appreciation, how far is too far?
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If this keeps up, it will cost $1.46 million to buy an average single-family home in the 905 by 2021.
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Upgrading from a condo to a single-family house in Greater Toronto just got $100,000 more expensive. In May of last year, the price difference between a new condo and a new low-rise home in the GTA wa...
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A recent article in Toronto Life drew attention to a refurbed house in Mississauga selling for $1.14 million, noting that the sale “hints at a pricier future” for the suburban city west of Toronto. A...
Toronto home sales caught fire in the first half of May, but at this frenzied pace, homeowners better hope that fire doesn’t burn everything down. The latest numbers from the Toronto Real Estate Board...
Even the optimists were calling for a correction to house prices in Canada, and even the optimists turned out to be too pessimistic. At least for now. The latest data from the Toronto Real Estate Boar...