Are Greater Toronto real estate prices past the bottom? Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) data shows the composite benchmark, or typical home, saw prices surge higher in March. Home sales remain weak despite the pop, and experts don’t see that changing in the near term. However, buyers in the market sent prices much higher […]
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