Was your neighbourhood hit hard by Toronto’s fair housing changes or are prices climbing like they are for almost all Toronto condos? Find out in this 2018 Toronto real estate market report.
We’ve got your Toronto real estate news for December. Sales and inventory down but prices up 2.1% overall. Condos lead 2018 price growth up 11.4% y-o-y.
With sales and listings down through October and November, prices and competition are up in the Toronto real estate market. Read the November report here.
Whether it’s an old candy factory or a converted church — we explore ten Toronto Lofts whose history is as unique as their industrial finishes.
As an investor in Toronto real estate, the best way to make long-term gains is to track gentrification and recognize what’s trending before it’s hot. As 2018 nears its end, I thought I’d give you some insider insight into areas to watch in 2019.
Sales rise 6%, prices climb 3.5% as TREB warns of continued demand and a lack of supply leading to a tightening of Toronto’s real estate market.
Sales are up and listings are down year-over-year but this September we watched as sellers returned to the Toronto Real Estate market in herds… but that doesn’t mean Toronto has escaped its housing supply issues.
To help you beat out the competition in Toronto's rental market we’re offering insight into the dos and don’ts of applying for a Toronto rental property.
Average sale prices are up 4.7% in August year-over-year inline with Toronto’s historical average growth rate marking a heathy stable market.
Showing signs of continued strength in July the Toronto real estate market sales are up 18.6%, listings are down 1.8%, average home price is up 4.8% year-over-year. Check out your local neighbourhood stats.