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New statistics released by the Toronto Real Estate Board once again confirm everyone didn't just wake up to a shortage of land overnight.
TD Bank sees a possible "soft landing."
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.”
The experts keep saying a real estate juggernaut like Toronto’s can’t go on forever, but if numbers from Toronto’s real estate
Good news for homebuyers: There are finally some signs that the astronomical climb in Canada’s average home price is starting
Bidding wars have become commonplace in the Toronto housing market, with many realtors saying they hit a fever pitch this
Economists are coming out with warnings that Canada’s real estate juggernaut is about to come to an end (Scotiabank’s Adrienne
Average-income families can no longer afford a detached house in more than a quarter of Canada’s largest cities, according
It’s either a sign that the housing market is healthy and resilient, or a sign of irrational exuberance along the way to
Canada’s housing market has been stronger recently than anyone expected, but that’s not good news to the Bank of Canada. In
It’s fair to say that many people looking at Toronto’s housing market have been experiencing a sort of prolonged “WTF” moment
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
It was another confusing month in Toronto’s booming — or is it crashing? — housing market, with home sales dropping a precipitous
The total number of Toronto home sales dropped some 55 per cent in November from a year earlier, according to real estate
The Canadian Real Estate Association released its latest home sales data on Monday, showing a nearly 12-per-cent year-on
Canada’s house prices are expected to drop and stay down for a decade, says a new report from Scotiabank that also warns
Can't afford a house? Consider a move to St. John's Newfoundland, where the price of a Toronto condo will buy you a McMansion
One in five houses sold in the Vancouver real estate market this year went for more than $1 million, according to data from