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condo sales

And Toronto, in particular, was singled out for concern.
Over the past few weeks the various media have inundated us with housing projections, prophecies and prognostications. The housing market is going up -- or going down! (compared to what?) What do those headlines even mean? Are housing starts up? Are housing prices up? Are the number of homes sold up? Or are more and more people building and living in concrete high rises?
Toronto new condo sales took a nose-dive in the first quarter of 2013, according to condominium market research company Urbanation
The evidence is building that Toronto’s long-booming condo market is experiencing a sudden and sharp downturn. Market research
The recent softening in some of Canada’s most expensive housing markets is a good thing, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said
Toronto developers in the midst of building tens of thousands of new condo units are striving to find creative ways to attract