Is The Canadian Housing Market Headed For a 25 Per Cent Crash?
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Is The Canadian Housing Market Headed For a 25 Per Cent Crash?

Could the market be due for a 25 per cent crash? Today’s report by Capital Economics certainly points to that direction. Released just a day after RBC’s statement that Toronto – one of Canada’s biggest markets – is not in a bubble, today’s statement has economists and home buyers alike wondering: what’s in store for home prices? Continue reading »

Toronto Housing Market Starts Off 2010 With A Bang
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Toronto Housing Market Starts Off 2010 With A Bang

The Toronto housing market started 2010 off with a bang as house sales increased 87% in January 2010 over last year. The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) reported reported 4,986 transactions last month, and this was only slightly higher over previous January’s, so 2009 was an unusually slow month. The average house selling price in … Continue reading »