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And Toronto, in particular, was singled out for concern.
Canadian housing is overheating and Toronto’s housing market is especially at elevated risk of a “severe correction” due
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
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
Mortgage markets growing riskier Toronto in for a ‘cooling’ this year Canada’s housing markets will cool this year, leading
After years of (mostly) blistering growth, Toronto's condo market is headed for a moderate slowdown this year, research firm
Toronto home sales caught fire in the first half of May, but at this frenzied pace, homeowners better hope that fire doesn’t
Another thing condo owners do to try to differentiate themselves is spend thousands of dollars on upgrades. This is usually a bad investment as only a fraction of that is recouped when the condo sells. Industry data shows that similar sized units sell for similar prices, regardless of any upgrades done.
Canada’s real estate markets have largely recovered from the minor slump that began last year, but recent data on condos
All those construction cranes dotting the Toronto skyline might be evidence of an economy that has a serious problem, writes
Toronto new condo sales took a nose-dive in the first quarter of 2013, according to condominium market research company Urbanation
Toronto’s housing market may not be in as bad shape right now as it was a few months ago. The latest numbers from the Toronto
New condo sales in Toronto fell 47 per cent in the last quarter of 2012, even as the number of units under construction hit
A report from an equity research firm into the Toronto condo market raises serious questions about the possibility of irresponsible
This summer, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Finance Minister Jim Flaherty took a regulatory hammer to Canada’s housing
The evidence is building that Toronto’s long-booming condo market is experiencing a sudden and sharp downturn. Market research
Condo prices in Toronto have finally stopped climbing. After months of weakness in sales numbers, prices are now coming down
House sales in Toronto experienced a 70-per-cent collapse in August, the trade industry group BILD reports. The news comes
Sales of newly-built condos in Toronto dropped 50 per cent in the second quarter of this year, compared to the same period