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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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"The frenzy is over .... Sanity is returning to the marketplace."
Is the beginning of the end for Toronto's long-running housing boom?
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Interest rates are low, employment is high.
A strong regional economy, low unemployment, and low borrowing costs kept home sales strong in the GTA, according to the real estate board's president.
They say such a "knee-jerk reaction'' could have negative implications for the economy.
Prices up more than 17 per cent in a year.
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Vancouver softens and Toronto looks to maintain its momentum.
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Gone are the days when you could find a bounty of them on the market.
In Vancouver, you need 3.5 condos to trade for a single house.
The house "MUST SELL," listing exhorts.
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TD Bank sees a possible "soft landing."
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Owners can be forgiven for thinking they’ve won a real estate lottery.
Slow down, take a deep breath, asses your finances before buying.