Toronto Real Estate Roundup June 3, 2011

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Competition Bureau sues the Toronto Real Estate Board 

We didn't post our weekly media roundup last Friday but for those who missed the news last week the Toronto Real Estate Board is being sued by the Competition Bureau for restricting access to the MLS database.  

Real estate board, Competition Bureau lock horns again (CTV News)

Competition Bureau sues TREB over MLS access (National Post)

Canadian regulators' lawsuit seeks real estate VOWs (Inman News)

Toronto Real Estate Board Sued Over Web Listings By Competition Watchdog (Huffington Post)

Other Real Estate News

GTA housing market hotter than forecast (Toronto Star)

Four Seasons condo sells for record price (Globe and Mail)

Four Seasons penthouse sells for (Toronto Star)

Condominium Act needs overhaul, critics say (Toronto Star)

Canadian borrowing grows 4.5 per cent in first quarter from year ago (Canadian Press)

Underpass Park to connect two halves of Toronto’s West Don Lands (Daily Commercial News)

65% of Torontonians say no to road tolls; 72% want bike lanes (Toronto Star)

Top 10 features of a profitable rental property (Globe and Mail)

Is envy driving Canadians’ home reno plans? (Globe and Mail)

John Pasalis is the Broker Owner of Realosophy Realty Inc in Toronto. Realosophy focuses on researching Toronto neighbourhoods to help their clients make smarter real estate decisions. Email John

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