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Toronto home sales expected to slip, but average prices forecast to climb

Toronto home sales expected to slip, but average prices forecast to climb THE CANADIAN PRESS PUBLISHED JANUARY 30, 2018 Canada’s largest real estate board predicted a slower year ahead for Toronto’s housing market after it overheated in 2017 and sent home prices surging. In a preview of its annual forecast, the Toronto Real Estate …

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Toronto and Hamilton are the hottest housing markets in Canada

From Blogto.com  Toronto’s real estate market can be a pretty scary place. Prices continue to rise, making home ownership a pipe dream for many of those who live in the city. The same holds true for Hamilton, which has witnessed tremendous growth. The Globe and Mail reports today that according to the Teranet-National Bank …

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How CF Shops at Don Mills Reflects Leading Shopping Centre Trends

Toronto’s CF Shops at Don Mills has created a unique and innovative shopping experience, reflecting the trend among top malls to increase food/beverage and entertainment components. What’s resulted is a unique outdoor community centre that has also seen a number of ‘firsts’ to its premises, including new retailers as well as the country’s first …

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Toronto-area home sales, average prices soar in August

A record number of homes were sold in the Greater Toronto Area last month as listings continued to dwindle, the city’s real estate board said Wednesday. The Toronto Real Estate Board said its members had 9,813 sales in August, a 23.5 per cent increase from the same month last year, though there were two …

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Priced out of detached homes, Toronto buyers turn to condos — even in the suburbs

A new study out Friday suggests the record pricing being fetched for single detached homes is forcing buyers in Canada’s largest cities to seek condominiums even in the suburbs. Condominium research company Urbanation Inc. says 5,615 new condominium apartments were sold across the Greater Toronto Area during the first quarter of 2016, up 32 …

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