The Toronto Condo Market This Week – April 15, 2016
Toronto condo rents jump, driven by higher prices
Rising prices for condominiums in the Greater Toronto Area are pushing rents higher and spurring development, a real estate consulting firm said Thursday.
The ‘oil recession’ might push Toronto and Vancouver home prices even higher — here’s how
Rock-bottom oil prices are squashing momentum in Calgary’s residential real estate market as the Canadian energy sector struggles, but this may end up boosting home prices in Toronto and Vancouver, a Royal LePage report released this morning suggests.
New CMHC graph sheds light on what foreign investors are buying in Toronto condo market
When foreign investors are in the market for a Toronto condo, they are most likely to purchase a unit in a shiny new building — or at least a recently constructed one — suggests new data from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).