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- Buyer pays $150,100 over asking for backsplit Humber Valley semi July 21, 2019This more than 30-year-old brick house stands one-storey tall at the front and two-storeys at the rear, creating four levels of living space inside
- King West condo with private entrance sells quickly July 20, 2019At King West Village Lofts across from Massey Harris Park, this two-storey corner unit has many characteristics rarely seen in condominiums
- A layered home that honours its owner’s family history July 18, 2019The most important item in author Mark Sakamoto’s renovation – an old wooden box
- Home of the Week: A house where ‘pretty’ is the operative word July 18, 2019Owner Ellen Schraa has spent years restoring her Toronto Victorian home
- Habitat for Humanity goes high-rise in Toronto July 17, 2019Non-profit home builder is now working with Toronto-area developers to create low-income living spaces in urban condominiums
- Half of Greater Vancouver Can’t Afford A One Bedroom Rental | Better Dwelling July 19, 2019Vancouver real estate is hella expensive, but it’s become ridiculous in recent years. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) crunched the numbers to find the wage needed to rent in Greater Vancouver. Breaking down the numbers further, we see how unsustainable the region has become. The average one-bedroom is now unaffordable to over half of […]
- Over Half of Toronto Can’t Afford To Rent An Average 1 Bedroom By Themselves | Better Dwelling July 19, 2019Young person looking to move to Toronto? Better line up a professional gig first, or expect to bunk up. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) crunched the numbers to find the wage needed to rent in Greater Toronto. Digging into the numbers, we can see how unsustainably high prices have become. The average one-bedroom is […]
- Vancouver Detached Real Estate Sales Fall To Multi-Decade Low, Losses Get Bigger | Better Dwelling July 10, 2019Greater Vancouver’s detached real estate market slipped a little lower last month. Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) numbers show prices dropped in June. Prices for the market dropped as inventory made a small decline, and sales had the worst June in almost 30 years. Greater Vancouver Detached Real Estate Prices Are Down Over […]
- Toronto Detached Real Estate Prices Rise From Last Year… But Losses Get Bigger From Peak | Better Dwelling July 10, 2019Greater Toronto’s detached real estate market is improving, but still far from recovered. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show year-over-year improvements in June. Numbers are better compared to last year, but the market has a long way to go to get back to normal. The biggest improvements are in the 905, which is seeing […]
- Toronto Real Estate Sales Jump Over 9%, Still Down Significantly From Normal | Better Dwelling July 4, 2019Toronto real estate continues to trend higher, but isn’t quite there yet. Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) numbers show prices advanced in June, and are a few points below the high. The rise in aggregate price measures, are largely due to an increase in demand for detached homes in the 905. Meanwhile “cheaper” Toronto condos […]
- WatchMontreal poised to overtake Vancouver as Canada’s second largest housing market July 22, 2019
- The ins and outs of mortgage pre-approvals and how to polish up your credit score June 10, 2019Murtaza Haider and Stephen Moranis of the Haider-Moranis Bulletin explain the procedure of getting a mortgage approval and why it is so important
- Vancouver’s housing market is dismal — but you still need six-figure income to get your foot in the door May 6, 2019'Still out of reach for household incomes of $100,000 or $120,000'
- Canadian home sales remain at lowest levels in six years April 15, 2019Sales down 4.6% and prices fell 0.5% from a year earlier
- Canadian home sales fall for sixth month in first March decline since the recession April 12, 2019Most major markets weakened
- Toronto tops survey of country’s most popular city to move toAnd a major Prairie city was ranked least attractive
- CoStar finds cities' best vantage pointsHow does CoStar track cities’ commercial real estate developments in real time? By using a Cessna Aircraft, of course
- North Shore’s commercial market sees slowest year since 2009In particular, the industrial property sector has seen ferocious demand and competition
- Montreal industrial market characterized by sustained demandLarge companies are fleeing from near-zero industrial vacancy in Toronto and Vancouver
- Retirement community reinvents itself as Tech Hub NorthThe town has received a surge of young families in the last few years, many of whom work remotely
- Union Park | ?m | 58s | Oxford Properties | Pelli Clarke Pelli July 21, 2019Has Oxford acquired air rights over the tracks to build this park? I highly doubt CN Rail would surrender those air rights without a protracted bureaucratic fight. Probably not but then again...
- CIBC SQUARE | 241m | 50s | Hines | WilkinsonEyre July 22, 2019I see this beauty rising every day. Never seen something so large go up so fast. Yup, they'll be stunning when both are built:cool: ...what a fabulous project
- Pinnacle One Yonge | 307m | 95s | Pinnacle | Hariri Pontarini July 22, 2019June 14 & 15
- 31R Parliament Street | 166m | 49s | Cityscape | KPMB July 21, 2019Good to see, through it's definitely not as ambitious as Cormier's plans. That one was basically an underground plaza (likely impossible with the way infrastructure tends to be segregated in this...
- CIBC SQUARE's Entrance to the South Core Skyline | UrbanTorontoDaily Photo showing CIBC SQUARE's south tower rising into Toronto's South Core skyline