Toronto real estate is seeing price growth taper quickly, but condos just broke the downtrend. Is this the start of a reversal?
Toronto real estate is making some strange moves, with condo prices inching closer to detached homes. Here’s how that compares historically.
Toronto real estate has been slumping in the detached segment, and that continued in October with lower prices and higher inventory.
Toronto real estate is less than a point away from being in “crash” territory, and market mechanics are still broken.
Toronto real estate prices are taking its toll on homeownership rates, but the number of mortgages continue to rise.
Toronto condo prices are still sky high, but declining sales and a roaring pre-sale market are tapering price growth quickly.
Wondering how Toronto real estate would be impacted by OSFI’s new B-20 guidelines? We crunch the numbers, and of course – map it.
The Canadian government invited me to talk about the future of Canadian real estate prices, this is part one of what I said.
Toronto real estate is seeing an explosion in detached inventory, which may be tapering price growth very quickly.
Toronto real estate prices are sky high, but almost half of the city can still “afford” it in the current lending environment.