Toronto Real Estate Roundup June 30th, 2011

John Pasalis in Real Estate Roundup   

Real Estate Bubble Talk

Canada's housing bubble deemed close to bursting (CBC)

Housing prices could fall 25%, research firm warns (National Post)

A housing bubble? Even Carney won't go there (Globe and Mail)

Canadian housing bubble burst prediction refuted (660 News)


TREB introduces new policies that give consumers more choice

Toronto Real Estate Board aims to ease competition concerns (Globe and Mail)

Toronto board moving to allow VOWs (Inman News)

TREB says new rules would give consumers more information (National Post)


More Real Estate News

TREB: Listings dwindle, boosting prices (National Post)

Why renting can be the right choice for aging boomers (Globe and Mail)

U.S. debt crisis would see Canadian interest rates rise: economists (Global)

Danforth residents have mixed feelings about condo project with deadly history (Toronto Star)

How does your neighbourhood rank? New site lets you compare (Toronto Star)

Canada home-resale price index jumps in April (Reuters)

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