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3 Key Stats Show That the Downtown Condo Market Will Keep Rising

Since the introduction of the new foreign buyer tax in Ontario 2 months ago the headlines in the media have been about how the market is slowing, but what is actually going in the downtown condo market might surprise you. In this episode Andrew la Fleur shares 3 key stats from the latest TREB numbers [...]

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – September 30, 2016

Is the competitive rental market pushing Torontonians out of the city? Rising housing and rent prices and the use of services like Airbnb for short-term rentals have made renting in the city a lot tougher, according to two Torontonians who feel like they've been pushed out of the city they love. I want to read the [...]

The Toronto Condo Market This Week – June 10, 2016

Sorry kids, no detached homes for you — at least in Toronto and Vancouver You may not want to hear this, but the reality of today’s housing market is that young people need to kiss the dream of owning a single family detached home goodbye. It’s over. I want to read the full article. A [...]

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (March 18, 2016)

Ontario plans legislation that could require affordable housing in condos The ambitious goal to end homelessness in the next 10 years will soon have a powerful legal tool for city officials. I want to read the full article. Closing costs should be included in condo prices, lawyer says Ministry of Consumer Services to consider unexpected [...]

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (February 26, 2016)

Office, retail real estate sectors settling in for tough 2016 Canada’s real estate industry is bracing for a difficult year as low oil prices, a glut of office and retail supply, and skittish investors drive down demand for commercial space and hamper enthusiasm for new condos. I want to read the full article. Shortage of [...]

The Toronto Condo Market This Week (January 1, 2016)

12 ways Toronto changed in 2015 With $2.4 billion invested in the Pan Am Games and a seemingly never-ending condo boom, 2015 changed the face of Toronto. There were some sad goodbyes, but also welcome changes to the city’s infrastructure. I want to read the full article. Risk of a housing market correction remains ‘elevated’: [...]

Toronto Condos vs. the TSX: Which Is a Better Investment?

BMO Nesbitt Burns just came out with a report that showed that over the last 15 years (2000-2015) the Toronto condo market has outpaced the TSX for growth and investment returns. In this episode of the True Condos Podcast, Andrew la Fleur talks about why this is amazing news for condo investors and also, why [...]

Vancouver Condo Market Crashing?

I thought my readers might appreciate an update on what’s happening in Canada’s second biggest condo market: Vancouver. Thanks to my friend Mike Stewart for this video update on the Vancouver condo market. Mike is a Realtor who specializes in Vancouver condos and homes. You can find Mike online at or follow him on […]

Condo Rental Market Skyrocketing: Video from CityTV

The condo rental competition is heating up in the city’s downtown core, causing prices to rise and stirring up bidding wars in prime locations. Check out CityTV’s highlighting of Toronto’s skyrocketing condo rental market: