Toronto condos pushed higher in January 2017. The month saw fewer listings, higher prices, and more sales than the same time last year.
Toronto real estate had a strong start to the year, with detached homes rising over 20% year over year in 3 out of 5 neighborhoods.
New data from Statistics Canada show that 99,236 homes in the Toronto CMA are irregularly occupied. So we thought we’d map them!
The average price of Toronto real estate increased by $40k in the first month of the year, a whopping 5% increase from the month prior.
Toronto rental rates surged up to 25% in the last quarter of 2016, according to the latest release from the Toronto Real Estate Board.
Is Toronto’s luxury real estate actually booming? We take a deeper dive into the numbers, so you can make a better informed decision.
The latest report from the Toronto Real Estate Board saw lower prices in December, but more sales and less inventory.
Holiday joy skipped Toronto real estate in December. According to the latest numbers from TREB, single-family detached homes dropped 4%.
Toronto real estate had its seasonal drop as usual in December, but this time it was almost twice the amount of the years prior.
Good-bye 2016, hello 2017. To kick the new year off, here’s how Canadian real estate did across the country.