Double ending is legal, but the government is considering banning realtors from representing both the buyer and seller in the same transaction due to…
Last month we reported that Canadian real estate sales slipped slightly, yet prices had increased. The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) just released their May numbers and let’s just say things have escalated quickly. The Toronto region saw sales drop 25.3…
Canadian real estate prices are still at record highs, but there has been a shift in the market that has some Canadians wondering what’s going to happen next. Let’s quickly recap on some recent happenings before we update you on the current market conditions:
It’s no secret that Toronto’s real estate market is rising at an alarming rate. Just in the month of March, it was announced that the average home price increased by 33.4 per cent, year-over-year. The average price for a detached home in Toronto currently sits at $1.21 million. In response, Toronto Mayor John Tory, Federal …
It’s been another banner year for real estate in the Greater Toronto Area. The average price for all property types sold in the GTA came in at $729,922 in 2016 – that’s an increase of 17.3 per cent from 2015.
Is it worth holding onto your current residence as an investment property when you buy new? We’re taking a look at the benefits and drawbacks and questions you need to ask yourself before making the decision.
Bidding wars can make purchasing a home incredibly challenging, especially in Toronto and Vancouver. Read on to learn more about how they work, and how to keep your emotions – and budget – under control.
Everyday there’s another news headline about just how hot Toronto’s housing market is, but should you really believe everything you hear? Here’s why you should read between the lines.
The challenges continue for prospective homebuyers in Toronto and Vancouver, with skyrocketing prices, a dwindling supply in detached homes and no overnight rate hike in sight. Read on for the latest messages and advice from experts to find out what’s best for you.
First-time homebuyers are faced with a number of challenges – from saving for a down payment to winning a bidding war in Canada’s hottest housing markets. Here are some reasons why you may want to consider delaying the purchase of your dream home.