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The worst of Toronto's house-price declines may be behind us, Bank of Montreal says.
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Toronto house prices could be coming down soon, Capital Economics predicts.
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Incredibly, there are still bargains to be had in some places.
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Soaring housing costs are a potential threat to Toronto's economy, the city's board of trade says.
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Toronto is no longer a "seller's market" and is now "in balanced territory."
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The Liberals aimed at Toronto, but may have hit the Maritimes instead.
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Land use rules mean Toronto built too many condos, too few single-family homes.
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But confidence in personal finances is on the decline.
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"A little bit of air has been let out of the bubble."
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Toronto may be suffering an "undersupply" of rental units, thanks to soaring house prices.
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Condos have soared past the half-million-dollar mark.
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But Toronto's party is about to end, Ontario's fiscal watchdog warns.
Speculation in Toronto real estate is "a sign of a market bubble,” Realosophy says.
"How would you feel if someone else were to buy it before you?"