The Toronto condo market is making erratic swings, with some neighborhoods posting over $30k gains, and others posting over $30k in losses.
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.
Just when you didn’t think Vancouver real estate could get any wackier, the condo market goes completely haywire.
Toronto real estate enters two distinct markets. Detached homes are soft, but condos are fetching up to 50% more in some neighborhoods.
Vancouver real estate is back. Downsizing Boomers are competing with first-time buyers, sending condo prices to a new record high.
Toronto real estate may be cooling, but condos are seeing the fastest rising prices in the country – with the exception of a Toronto suburb.
Vancouver condo sales decline, but a quick drop in inventory sent prices higher for a third month in a row.
Toronto’s condo market saw less new listings, more sales, and higher prices in April. Although there’s something worth noting in the charts.
The Vancouver real estate landscape is quickly changing, and detached homes are going to play less of a role in the future.