Toronto condo prices are up sharply, and Vancouver home sales are back to normal after a slump.
This change will spur a plethora of new and innovative options in real estate.
Reporting on condo-flipping in Canada can land you a lawsuit threat from the real estate business.
The Toronto Real Estate Board's latest stats didn't do much to calm the nerves of hesitant homebuyers. Surging listings and double-digit sales declines have a tendency to do that. But, prospective purchasers, this may be the perfect window of opportunity for you to be out there looking for your next home.
Tight supply and strong demand will dominate the GTA market this year, resulting in double-digit home price growth, according to the Toronto Real Estate Board. While this forecast may be good news for existing homeowners, it might be the last thing prospective homebuyers in Toronto want to hear.
Loosen restrictions and let more homes be built, industry says.
Homeowners in the 905 have basically won the lottery.
Developers blame government for soaring prices, lower affordability.
Now that B.C. has introduced a 15-per-cent foreign buyers' tax intended to calm real estate purchases by non-Canadian residents, speculation is rampant that similar legislation is on its to Ontario -- or more specifically, Toronto. Like their counterparts in Vancouver, realtors in Toronto want nothing to do with such action.
Price growth shows no sign of letting up in Toronto.