Toronto Real Estate Roundup December 2nd 2011

John Pasalis in Real Estate Roundup   


Warning Signs in the Ultra-Luxury Market (True Condos)

Vertical Toronto: Going, going up (Toronto Star)

Alarm bells sound over our house prices (Toronto Star)

Is home ownership really a smart investment? (Toronto Star)

Luxury Living: Cool with condo (National Post)

75-storey condo in downtown Toronto proposed (City News)

House prices flatten in September (Canadian Real Estate Magazine)

New investors face tighter credit score demands (Canadian Real Estate Magazine)

Joint venture on Toronto condo cuts a new path for development (Globe and Mail)

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford to seek 2.5-per-cent property-tax hike (Globe and Mail)

TTC may not run the Eglinton Crosstown LRT (Toronto Star)

Canadians rein in debts amid uncertainty (Globe and Mail)

We Live Here: 157 Coxwell Avenue (Torontoist)

New Loblaws unveiled at Maple Leaf Gardens (BlogTO)


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