The Toronto Condo Market This Week (November 27, 2015)
Toronto is experiencing a rental apartment boom
The condo boom in Toronto isn’t slowing down any time soon, but with it has come plenty of rental apartments popping up across the city. In April, the Financial Post noted that there is a significantly increased demand for rental units amongst millennials – not all of us can afford to buy a condo.
What Toronto and Vancouver could learn from Calgary’s flagging housing market
Soaring home prices and overvaluation aren’t the main risks to Toronto and Vancouver’s heated housing markets. According to a recent report from Central 1 Credit Union, the real threat is a recession.
Pivotal moment for infrastructure in the GTA
The fact is traditional economic analysis did not fully capture the difference between government spending on infrastructure compared to ice cream. But that’s exactly what the innovative analysis by the Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis (CANCEA) does. This new report utilizes sophisticated tools provided through big data and analytics to properly measure the run-off benefits and linkages of infrastructure investment.