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Toronto house prices could be coming down soon, Capital Economics predicts.
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Sales fell 20.3 per cent last month, but prices are still higher than a year ago.
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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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"A little bit of air has been let out of the bubble."
The bank will start moving into its new digs in 2020.
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There are still more expensive places than Toronto. Just not many.
“It will be incredibly tough to attract talented folks ... if they will struggle to buy a home and yet still pay taxes of over 50 per cent."
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To no one's surprise, Toronto's house prices hit another record high in February.
"Toronto and any city that is remotely within commuting distance are overheating, and perhaps dangerously so."