condo prices toronto
A year ago, you only needed $77,000.
But the party is expected to end this year.
Loosen restrictions and let more homes be built, industry says.
Canadian housing is overheating and Toronto’s housing market is especially at elevated risk of a “severe correction” due
New condo prices haven’t grown in a year Low-rise home prices turned downward in August Lack of supply the main factor, BILD
If Canada is in a recession, as some economists now say, you certainly wouldn’t know it by looking at Toronto’s red-hot housing
Upgrading from a condo to a single-family house in Greater Toronto just got $100,000 more expensive. In May of last year
House prices in Toronto are about to peak and begin declining, TD Bank forecasts in a new analysis that declares the city’s long-running building boom “has come to an end.”
Most of Canada’s housing markets have cooled off in recent months, but Toronto and Vancouver show no signs of stopping. In
Upgrading to house in the suburbs becoming less realistic Condo-house price gap likely to get much bigger as population ages
Even as the Bank of Montreal lowers mortgage rates in what has become a traditional springtime mortgage rate war, the bank’s
It's Toronto's new housing gap: Even as prices for condos fall, single-family home prices are rocketing skywards. The average
For many urban Canadians, the condo has become the only affordable housing option. But with condos come maintenance fees
Mortgage markets growing riskier Toronto in for a ‘cooling’ this year Canada’s housing markets will cool this year, leading
Canada’s government-run mortgage insurer has admitted it has little grasp on how much of the housing market is now owned
Toronto home sales caught fire in the first half of May, but at this frenzied pace, homeowners better hope that fire doesn’t
The age of micro-condos is dawning on Toronto, and the city’s developer community likes what it sees. Smart House Toronto
Canada's real estate markets are famously varied, ranging from the intergalactically expensive to the almost unreasonably
Is Toronto’s long-running housing market juggernaut coming to an end, at long last? Yes and no, says a new report from TD
All those construction cranes dotting the Toronto skyline might be evidence of an economy that has a serious problem, writes