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Population keep rising resulting to house and condo demand

The Firm Capital report cited RBC Economics data that said the Toronto census metropolitan area (CMA) needs 9,100 more vacant units to reach a “healthy” vacancy level of three per cent.

The RBC report also said the Toronto CMA needs 22,000 new rental apartments and rented condominium apartments per year to satisfy demand between 2019 and 2023.

Too late for government action on GTA bubble say residents

The high cost of housing in the Greater Toronto Area is leaving many residents side-lined with little expectation that much can be done.

A new survey from the Angus Reid Institute finds that both homeowners and non-homeowners believe that real estate in the GTA is “unreasonably high” but there don’t think there’s much the government can do at this late stage.

Comparing a similar survey in 2015, ARI found that things have worsened with a larger share of respondents saying they are “miserable” based on their personal experiences.

Toronto home sales, prices edge higher

Home sales in the Toronto housing market showed some improvement in June along with the average selling price.

Toronto Real Estate Board members sold 8,082 homes through the MLS in June; 2.4% more than in June 2017 and a 17.6% jump from May 2018.

The market continues to be volatile following policy changes including the B-20 mortgage guidelines which tightened lending conditions for borrowers.

TREB Statistic For May

The board said Monday that while the number of sales was down year-over-year to 7,834 units, the annual rate of decline was less than reported in February, March and April, when sales were down by more than 30 per cent.

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2017 Sales Award!!!

Market Slowing Down-Good News For Buyers

The slow down in the Canadian housing market seen late in 2017 is likely to get worse before it improves according to RBC Economics.

In his latest housing report senior economist Robert Hogue says that the market is likely to soften further as the pool of buyers who were pre-approved for a mortgage under the old rules runs out.

He notes there could be a “bumpy ride” ahead in the coming months as the spring buying season kicks in following the traditionally slow start to the year.

Interest Rate Stays Unchanged

The Bank of Canada stuck with its trend-setting interest rate Wednesday but it offered fresh, yet cautious, warnings to Canadians that increases are likely on the way.

The central bank has now left the rate locked at one per cent for two straight policy announcements after the strengthening economy prompted it to raise it twice in the summer.

Does it make sense to buy pre-construction condo in Toronto

The cost of investing in Toronto is rising and some investors are beginning to look elsewhere, but are ROIs in Canada’s largest city really that paltry?

Brad Lamb, owner of Brad J. Lamb Realty Inc. and Lamb Development Corp., says Toronto condo investments proffer diminishing returns.

Oakville house prices top the nation as the fastest growing in Canada!

 A nationwide study conducted by CENTURY 21 Canada has revealed that the price-per-square-foot (PPSF) growth in Oakvillesince 1997 has outstripped any other area in the country. Prices in 1997 for a detached house were $105.77 PPSF, twenty years later in 2017 they have increased by 493% with the typical detached house now priced at $627.33 PPSF. Downtown Montreal is the second fasted growing market with prices increasing 468% over the same period.

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