Toronto real estate may be cooling, but condos are seeing the fastest rising prices in the country – with the exception of a Toronto suburb.
While Toronto real estate is making up it’s mind, we take a peak at how prices changed in an affluent suburb to see if we can gain insights.
New data shows Toronto real estate prices surged right when people decided it was a good time to buy and sell property in less than a year.
Toronto real estate is seeing a ton of new inventory, and detached homes are no exception. The market still saw higher prices.
The city is regulating AirBnB, let’s look at the data on how it may have impacted Toronto real estate prices over the past couple of years.
Toronto real estate prices are soaring, but can they supported? We find out how many people can afford to buy in this market.
Toronto real estate sellers set a record for new listings, while sales slipped and prices got a little softer.
Toronto real estate prices are sky high, but are they really above peak bubble levels in 1989? Depends how you measure them.
Soaring prices for Toronto’s detached homes are often attributed to the decline of detached units, but apparently that’s just a myth.
Plot twist. Toronto real estate sales are down, but the luxury segment is booming. What the f**k does that mean?