Toronto Real Estate Roundup October 7th 2011

John Pasalis in Real Estate Roundup   


Canadian Real Estate Market Cooling Down

According to Royal Lepage the Canadian real estate market is expected to cool down over the next few months.

Home prices can't keep increasing, despite low interest rate environment (Canadian Business)

Canadian home prices resilient in third quarter (Globe and Mail)

No housing crash for Canada, Royal LePage says (Canoe)

Home prices rose in quarter, slowdown seen (Reuters)

National housing prices climb as economy improves (Global)

Rise in home prices conceals signs of moderation in Canadian real estate market (Canadian Real Estate)

Royal LePage: Housing prices unexpectedly resilient (CTV)


Flaherty sees no evidence of a housing bubble

No evidence of housing bubble: Flaherty (Financial Post)

Flaherty rules out mortgage rule tightening (Canadian Real Estate)

Jim Flaherty sees softer Canadian housing market, but no bubble (Globe and Mail)

Flaherty sees no housing bubble, says no need to cool (Reuters)


Other Real Estate News

Bidding wars erupt for prime rental condos (Toronto Star)

It's dog eat dog in the condo rental wars (Metro)

IMF issues warning about Canadian household debt (CTV)

Canadian housing market will balance in 2012: BMO (Canadian Real Estate)

BMO Canadian Housing Outlook: Tailwinds and Headwinds Point To Soft Landing (Market Watch)

How tall a condo? (Metro)

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