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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.
Vancouver softens and Toronto looks to maintain its momentum.
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.
TD Bank sees a possible "soft landing."
Owners can be forgiven for thinking they’ve won a real estate lottery.
Slow down, take a deep breath, asses your finances before buying.
Toronto house prices jump 12% in a year.
Sales in February rose 21.1 per cent over last year.
If this keeps up, it will cost $1.46 million to buy an average single-family home in the 905 by 2021.
Prices this year could be "less frothy."
"Demand for ownership housing is expected to remain very strong in 2016."
Affordability in Toronto worst since early 1990s
Vancouver home sales soar 40%
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