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The Condo Market This Week: August Numbers Show Condo Market Still Hot

In this special audio edition of The Condo Market This Week (normally a weekly video), Andrew la Fleur breaks down the latest headlines about Toronto real estate and the condo market and what they mean for condo investors. The latest stats from August, the start of hte fall market, interest rates rising and new OFSI [...]

City schools overflowing with Condo kids

AUGUSTS STATS -August stats for Treb coming out today -Sales will be down, prices still up for condos -Most important: check sales:listing ratio -Also look at 2017 vs. 2015 numbers I want to read the full article. Toronto public schools struggle to keep up with condo boom Serina Manek has been living in Leslieville for [...]

Principal Residence or Investment Property: Which should you buy first?

When you are buying your first property, should it be your principal residence or an investment property?  Find out the answer and the reasons why in this episode. Click Here for Episode Transcript Andrew la Fleur: When you're buying your first property, should you buy your own home or condo to live in, your principle [...]

Only 1/3 of millennials own

Why You Can't Afford an Apartment in Canada's Biggest Cities As housing prices soar, a chronic shortage of rental units is creating a new market squeeze. I want to read the full article. Prices of bachelor apartment rentals in Toronto are soaring According to Padmapper's real-time rental stats, bachelor apartments have climbed a whopping 15 percent since [...]

Real estate slow down good for the economy?

Rosenberg: Toronto housing slowdown is good for economy The recent dramatic drop in home sales across the Greater Toronto Area is good for Canada’s economy -- and may show the economy is finally moving away from a dependence on the real estate sector, according to Gluskin Sheff Chief Economist David Rosenberg. I want to read [...]

Who do you trust for financial advice?

Who do you trust for financial advice? Recently some real estate bears (those who think the market is going to crash) have been getting very excited about the stats from the Toronto real estate board in the last few months. They see that sales are down and listings are up, but there are many things [...]

Renting sucks… unless you’re a landlord

Average Toronto home price drops $173,000 since April The number of sales in July also fell 40.4 per cent compared to July last year. I want to read the full article. Explosive First Half for GTA New Condo Market A total of 12,138 new condo apartments were sold across the Greater Toronto Area in Q2-2017, [...]

Great time to be a condo investor

Toronto housing takes sharp turn into buyer’s market By one metric, the Greater Toronto housing market has quickly shifted from a seller’s market to one favouring buyers. I want to read the full article. Now that the Bank of Canada has scratched the interest rate itch, get ready for more Many of the world's central bankers, [...]

Lessons for Toronto from the Vancouver Real Estate Market

What a difference 5 months can make in a real estate market. In this episode we sit down and chat with Adam and Matt from the Vancouver Real Estate Podcast after first talking to them in February 2017. Hear about the rapid and dramatic transformation in that market that has happened over the last few [...]

Interest rates rise. Will the market fall?

Toronto's luxury condo sales surge despite market, Sotheby's International says GTA condo sales over $1M are up 98% from last year, according to Sotheby's International Realty I want to read the full article. Canadian Variable Mortgage Rates Rise for the First Time in Over Seven Years. What’s Next? The Bank of Canada (BoC) raised its [...]

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