See the complete article in The Star In the face of a correction in Toronto’s housing market, sellers aren’t panicking. Even with transactions at their lowest level since the 2009 recession, sellers in Canada’s largest city have avoided listing their homes en masse in what could be...

See the complete article in the Economist QUAYSIDE, an area of flood-prone land stretching for 12 acres (4.8 hectares) on Toronto’s eastern waterfront, is home to a vast, pothole-filled parking lot, low-slung buildings and huge soyabean silos—a crumbling vestige of the area’s bygone days as an...

See the complete article at Move Smartly   Toronto This is why the GTA condo market is still red hot, despite a dip in sales (Buzz Buzz News) “One of the big reasons we’re not seeing a cool down in the condo market in spite of falling sales is because...

See original article in The Star By TESS KALINOWSKIReal Estate Reporter Mon., April 16, 2018 “Sizzling” might be overstating the warming property market. But the real estate industry is finally predicting a return to a traditionally brisk spring — the kind of season that was virtually lost last year...

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