Toronto condos might be the best performing segment of the city’s real estate, but a decline in sales combined with a rise of inventory might have started dragging price growth.
Toronto real estate is still cooling down from the great panic buying of early 2017, and the condo market is no exception.
New data from Statistics Canada shows that new completions in Toronto and Vancouver are way more popular with non-resident buyers than most people think.
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.
Vancouver condos get a bump in prices, sales, and listings. Heck, even historic numbers got a bump due to a re-calculation of sales.
Toronto condo prices are still sky high, but declining sales and a roaring pre-sale market are tapering price growth quickly.
Toronto real estate is about to be hit with a flood of supply, as 17,000 pre-sale condo units go to market over the next two months.
Toronto real estate sales are on a rollercoaster, here’s the price ranges that did the best (and worst!) this August.
Vancouver real estate may still be hot in the condo segment, but continued lower price growth means the market might be close to mature.