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18 July 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Why is the condo market so hot?

Across Toronto if you have been a buyer or investor looking for a condo in 2018, you surely have noticed that the condo market has been on fire. Multiple offers sometimes hitting double digits in quantity, properties being sold within hours of hitting the market, and even some of the ugly duckling units being snapped […]

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18 July 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Some Positive Housing Numbers in June

The Toronto Real Estate Board has released the month of June sales figures and at first glance, it’s pretty positive looking. Sales prices are up 2% over June 2017, and more importantly up 3.3% over May 2018. New listings tailed off slightly at 18% but overall inventory increased slightly. Sales activity and average prices were […]

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18 May 2018 ~ 0 Comments

The Spring Market is here! Or is it?

Often real estate salespeople are asked, when is the best time to put your home up for sale? Well, Springtime (March thru May, and sometimes June) on the east coast has traditionally been the most active time for sales. Ideally, there would be busloads of qualified, motivated buyers coming out of winters hibernation anxious to […]

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13 April 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Buyer Beware. What the heck are the bank’s thinking?

I’m going to cut right to the chase and say that it seems these days, the bank and their appraisers are not your friend. If you are actively searching for a house or condo and working with a qualified Realtor™ (I’ll leave it up to you as a Buyer to do your due diligence on […]

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17 February 2018 ~ 0 Comments

Really…the real estate market is slowing down?

A few days ago the Toronto Real Estate Board posted it’s January sales numbers and surprise surprise, sales volume was down drastically year over year in comparison to January 2017. This came as no shock to me. For those who remember last January (and February and March) sales prices were defying logic and it didn’t […]

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11 January 2018 ~ 0 Comments

What’s in store for Toronto’s Housing market in 2018

Well for starters, it must be said that we are living through interesting times in that with all of the changes brought into play over the past three years to cool the GTA’s hot housing market, changes which many forecasted would knock the sails out of sales (I couldn’t resist), we are still witnessing an […]

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22 June 2017 ~ 0 Comments

What The Heck Happened to Toronto’s Hot Real Estate Market?

You may have heard that in the month of May, sales activity across the GTA was down. This is true. When compared to year-over-year sales comparisons in which the Toronto Real Estate Board utilizes, sales are down a staggering 20% from those recorded in May 2016. Wait! Wasn’t May 2016 the busiest year ever for […]

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18 May 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Is Toronto’s Real Estate Market in Trouble?

Finally, it looks like Toronto’s red-hot real estate market seems to have subsided. Or has it? Much of the news of late has spoken to the “cooling” of Toronto’s housing market, which on the surface seems to be the case. In April, the Toronto Real Estate Board started to see a surge in new listings […]

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26 April 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Are your tenants costing you money?

With all the talk of late of the government’s recent request to change the provincial rent control laws to include buildings built after 1991 to the existing cap program*, it has some wondering what the outcome of the rental market in Toronto and its impact might be? A few months back there were a few […]

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11 February 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Spring has come early and sellers are doing very well!

The Toronto real estate market is on fire as of late, and properties that have come early to the market are reaping very big rewards! Detached homes continue to be in very high demand everywhere, and semi-detached and townhomes in the trendier parts of Toronto, multiple offers are the norm and will continue to be […]

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