Toronto real estate was scorching in August, with the condo market being no exception. The average price is now $417,869
While not as hot as Vancouver, Toronto’s real estate market is still scorching – with more demand and less available inventory.
A look at how rising interest rates (not demand) will crash the Toronto real estate market.
An interactive map of Toronto condo prices for July 2016. Scarborough Rouge River had a surprising jump in price last year.
Interactive map of percentage return including all housing types. The map covers from June 2015 – June 2016.
The Toronto condo market failed to beat inflation in one neighborhood. This brings mounting concerns that a bubble could be near.
Toronto real estate prices mapped by city ward. This one shows the percentage increase of detached homes from May 2015 – May 2016.
We take a look at Toronto real estate prices mapped by city ward and composite return on investment. It’s more interesting than it sounds.
We take a look at cannabis dispensaries, how it effects housing prices in legal states, and how it might change Toronto’s real market.
The CMHC says the increase in single-family detached homes in Toronto’s real estate market are becoming a problem, this is what it looks like.