Even amongst low inventory the Toronto real estate market rebounds and it’s the biggest monthly gain since 2004. Find out what neighbourhoods are driving these increases…
There are many reasons why so many people choose to call Toronto home and now that you’ve joined the club, here are the first five things you need to do after moving to Toronto.
26.2% less inventory has led to slower sales and increased competition in May’s Toronto real estate market. Smallest sales decrease in the last three months indicates TREB’s predictions for a stronger second half of the year may be correct.
Whether you’re visiting from out of town or looking for that perfect Toronto staycation we’ve compiled a list of our favourites neighbourhoods for a local — and memorable — vacation.
A new development is proposed for the intersection of Bloor and Dundas and we’re impressed. 2,600 residential units, split 50/50 between purpose built rentals and condos for purchase will be coming to the area along with a new modernized Secondary School and a new transit station.
It’s been four years since Quality Meat Packers Ltd. shut down their slaughterhouse in the Niagara neighbourhood. The residual foul odour has remained a point of contention. But good news is on the horizon. Plans include a fully excavated cavity... to you know maybe remove that delightful lingering smell.
Don’t believe the latest narrative in the news, despite the alarming headlines the Toronto real estate market is on track for another record year. Sales levels aren’t the entire picture. We discuss local statistics, inventory levels and click bait.
People go crazy for limited edition anything and in the case of pop-ups, it’s the experience that has an expiry date on it. No matter what it is, there is always an inevitable hype that is generated around the latest pop-up shop. But what about an entire pop-up market?
Real estate in January is historically slow, with the addition of the fair housing plan, changes to the mortgage qualification rules and increased borrowing cost it’s no wonder we saw prices fall by 4.1% year-over-year. Experts predict though if you’re thinking buying now is the time!!
2017 was a volatile year for Toronto real estate but nonetheless, Q4 finished out strong with condo prices up 14.4% year-over-year.