The Toronto Condo Market This Week (March 18, 2016)
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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.
Higher tax on capital gains unlikely to deter property investment
There’s speculation that the federal budget coming Tuesday will include a tax measure that would hit people buying and then selling investment properties in hot housing markets.
Growth to Watch For in 2016: The Jarvis and Church Corridors
With redevelopment on the west side of Downtown having picked up steam earlier, a shortage of redevelop-able space there now means that large-scale projects are now coming en masse to the less dense neighbourhoods along Church and Jarvis on the east side of Downtown.
Immigration will keep Toronto real estate vibrant
Prices will continue to rise in Toronto as long as immigration continues. Canada currently accepts 250,000 permanent residents every year, about a quarter of whom end up in Toronto.