New construction prices are dropping fast. Numbers from the Canada Housing and Mortgage Corporation (CMHC) show that new construction sale prices in Toronto have declined by various measures. Interesting enough, sales in July 2017 haven’t actually slowed down. Source: CMHC. Median Price of New Construction In Toronto Declines Over 20% The median price of new […]
Toronto detached real estate had a rough July, with TREB reporting neighborhoods experiencing a drop of up to $200,000 in some ‘hoods.
The high liquidity of Toronto real estate has sent mortgage defaults to record lows, here’s why this might be a problem.
Toronto Real Estate Board numbers show neighborhoods in Toronto saw typical home prices drop up to $2,100 per day.
That’s right, we crunched the numbers and Toronto’s condo market ended 2016 underpriced – and might actually go higher.
Toronto is a booming tech hub, so we wanted to see what the next generation of experienced tech workers can afford. Hint, it’s not a lot.
Toronto is seeing rental prices rapidly increase according to TREB, especially when compared to historical increases.
We crunch the number of applications filed with the Province of Ontario, and find out more landlords are applying to evict tenants.
Last time late mortgage payments in Ontario were this low, Toronto real estate crashed. Late payments then escalated *really* fast.
Toronto real estate enters two distinct markets. Detached homes are soft, but condos are fetching up to 50% more in some neighborhoods.