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Priced Out of Toronto? Do This.

Are you priced out of the Toronto condo market? Are you ready to invest but the prices of condos in Toronto have shocked you? Are you an existing investor and you are finding it hard to add more units to your portfolio in Toronto? Find out what you can and should do if you are [...]

The Toronto condo market finally hit this crazy milestone

TRANSCRIPT 998, 999, 1,000. All right. We have officially hit, $1,000 per square foot for the downtown Toronto condo market. I don't know if you heard the news this week and saw my tweets and Facebook updates about that, but it's a big day in the Toronto condo market. Officially, the downtown resale market is [...]

Here’s yet another reason why Toronto real estate prices are going to keep going up

Read the original article here: http://urbantoronto.ca/news/2018/01/allied-submits-plan-float-office-space-over-heritage-buildings TRANSCRIPT  Speaker 1: Here's an interesting article in Urban Toronto. It's going over a recent proposal from Allied. Allied submits plan to float office space over Heritage Buildings. In the ... around the King and Spadina area, Allied is proposing to build this commercial office building essentially on top [...]

Why do condo rents keep rising?

Toronto condo rental market soars on heels of new measures As the housing market in Toronto cools, the rental market is especially hot following the announcement of new provincial housing measures, according to a report from Urbanation Inc. I want to read the full article. Mayor John Tory says $4.8B of federal transit funding is [...]

Why prices will continue to keep rising

Experts worry about condo supply shortage The dearth of low-rise housing inventory throughout the GTA is no secret, but a sudden decline in high-rise units has now rendered that market segment lacking as well. I want to read the full article. Canadian universities see surge of international students Canadian universities will welcome unprecedented numbers of [...]

65,000 vacant homes in Toronto: Do we have a problem?

Province stripping Tarion of builder-regulator role Citing ‘conflict of interest’ concerns, the Ontario government will create a standalone home builder regulator separate from the warranty provider. I want to read the full article. Toronto, province eye vacancy tax on unoccupied homes and rentals An empty residence tax might curb property speculation and open up some [...]

Why condos are the new Canadian dream

Desperation Sets in for House Hunters in Toronto’s Red-Hot Market Dana Kayali is preparing for battle. Clutching a stack of home ads, the pension fund manager and her fiancee brave a swarm of about 30 people on a recent Saturday and step into the first of four open houses of the day. They’re all searching [...]

Don’t sell your house!

Downsizers cash in – driving the upscale condo market The recent surge in house prices and unexpected gains in home equity are giving baby boomers in some urban areas of Canada the advantage, allowing them to upgrade their lifestyles, instead of making do with less. I want to read the full article. BMO declares Toronto [...]

The Wyatt Site Drone Tour

Andrew la Fleur uses the True Condos drone to get a bird's eye view of the site of The Wyatt and the revitalization of Regent Park as a whole while discussing what's been done, and what's to come.

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