Toronto Home Sales Continue to Tank This Fall

October 4th, 2017

Data shows that September continued to be a month of decline for the Toronto real estate market, with sales falling between 38 and 45 per cent compared to a year earlier. This marks the fifth month in a row of declining sales, which not too long ago had high home values and crazy sales numbers. […]

Barrie’s Real Estate Market Struggle

August 28th, 2017

Many home-buyers got caught in the spring real estate downturn. As a result, many homes have had delayed closings and people have even backed out of real estate deals, not caring that they will lose their deposit. Most of this stems from the buyers deciding to purchase a home in the heat of the market, […]

Affluent Boomers are Taking Pressure from ‘YIMBY& …

June 21st, 2017

By: Nicolas Di Nardo During the recent Ontario Housing Summit the main focus was on millennials and home ownership, and the consensus of the Summit was that there is a need for more affordable housing supply. Some of the points that were made are: Boomers are restricting access to prime property Boomers would like to move […]

Vancouver, Toronto, now… Montreal?

June 7th, 2017

By: Nicolas Di Nardo Housing in a number of cities across Canada has been put through the wringer over the past year or so, creating a difficult time for local buyers and a great time for people looking to sell. With Vancouver’s prices rising they implemented measures to cool it down, leading real estate investors […]

Toronto Must Figure Out Housing Solutions or Risk Losin …

June 1st, 2017

By: Nicolas Di Nardo As we are well aware, Toronto’s housing market has been a hot topic for some time now, with the rising prices and record sales. Unfortunately, for those who can’t afford to purchase a home for whatever reason, it leaves them renting within the city, or forces them to move to the […]

Toronto City Council approves New Apartment Bylaw to Fu …

March 31st, 2017

By: Jeffrey Spiegel, Student-at-Law The City of Toronto recently passed a new bylaw aimed at cracking down on “bad” landlords and providing tenants with more protections. The bylaw, which was passed by city council with a 41-1 vote, imposes a series of new regulations on landlords that will come into effect on July 1, 2017. […]

Solving Toronto’s Housing Woes

March 14th, 2017

By: Nicolas Di Nardo The Toronto real estate market has been a hot topic in the city for over a year now. Soaring house prices and limited supply has made it difficult for potential buyers to purchase a home within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Without a significant amount of money on reserve to look […]

Affordable Single-Family Homes in Cities Other Than Tor …

February 21st, 2017

By: Nicolas Di Nardo   Actively looking for a single-family home in Toronto, Ontario or Vancouver, British Columbia? Giving up on your search and deciding to rent? If you are still on the hunt for home-ownership and would be willing to venture outside of Toronto and Vancouver, there are still very good options for you. The […]

Home Prices Continue to Rise in 2017

February 6th, 2017

By: Nicolas Di Nardo January has brought yet another spike in home prices as the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) reports in the Star that January saw a 22% year-over-year increase in the price for a home. The average selling price was up $140,552 from a year ago, with the average selling price in the region […]

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