All you need to know regarding the housing market in Toronto, Canada and abroad.
This week in Toronto: High-rise condos see a high rise in "Condo Kids", tips for increasing your homes curb appeal, and a notable heritage landmark is officially on the market.
Elsewhere: Canada's heated real estate market begins to cool off, demand for walkability increases in urban city centres, and a Brazilian favela becomes valuable ocean-front real estate.
This week from Realosophy.com
Stuck in Condoland (Toronto Life)
Downtown Toronto is being reshaped by the latest baby boom. The total number of preschool-age kids is rising fastest where condo towers are going up, and nowhere is the demographic shift happening more intensely than in the crane-addled area south of Queen from University to Dufferin; there, the number of kids under age five has increased since 2006 by a whopping 65 per cent. Toronto is bearing witness to the birth of a new generational phenomenon: the Condo Kid.