House prices may be slowing down, but rents are growing much faster than incomes.
A year ago, you only needed $77,000.
Half of Toronto's recently-delivered condos were bought by investors, and nearly half of them are losing money.
But the party is expected to end this year.
If you can make more selling than renting, you will probably sell.
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
In the debate about Toronto’s sky-high condo prices, some observers have expressed concerns that real estate speculators
The evidence is building that Toronto’s long-booming condo market is experiencing a sudden and sharp downturn. Market research
Sales of newly-built condos in Toronto dropped 50 per cent in the second quarter of this year, compared to the same period