Canadian Real Estate News
|Toronto's Healthy Luxury Real Estate Market Predicted to Carry Over to 2017|
|Wednesday, February 15, 2017|
|The Canadian city has watched housing prices skyrocket over the last four years, thanks to tightening inventory, low interest rates and population growth (including steady immigration). In December, the average sales price was 20% higher than a year earlier, and Toronto saw the strongest sales gains of any Canadian metropolitan area in 2016, according to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).|
|13 charts to help you make sense of Canadian real estate craziness in 2017|
|Monday, February 13, 2017|
|Economic analysis isn’t always the easiest to understand. There’s even a word for economists’ jargon: Economese.
Thankfully, there are charts. Economists with the country’s biggest financial institutions feed the real estate obsessed with innumerable charts presenting complex data in a straightforward way.
|Greater Toronto's real estate market outlook 2017|
|Friday, January 6, 2017|
|Despite a predicted decline in sales activity for 2017, most of Ontario's housing markets won't experience price declines this year. That's because the inventory on single family homes continues to be dramatically low, making it a seller's market in most of the Greater Toronto and Golden Horseshoe areas.||