Low immigration and high out-migration, coupled with a job crisis, are pushing rental rates down.
House prices may be slowing down, but rents are growing much faster than incomes.
A year ago, you only needed $77,000.
Half of Toronto's recently-delivered condos were bought by investors, and nearly half of them are losing money.
But the party is expected to end this year.
If you can make more selling than renting, you will probably sell.
Although the number of units rented in the first three months of 2015 grew by 11 per cent compared with a year ago, the report
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