Toronto Real Estate Roundup - February 15 2013

Realosophy Team in Media Roundup

Remember our weekly media round up on all things real estate? Well, after a long hiatus, it's back. For those reluctant to get too attached again, we promise that we'll be back week after week - thanks to the blogging efforts of new Realosophy Team member Kristen.


Toronto's Condo Market

Downsizing condominium buyers looking to stay in their neighbourhoods (Toronto Star)

Toronto Condo Overbuilding Has Reached 'Ridiculous' Proportions: Analyst (Huffington Post)

City hosts condo owner consultations (CBC News)

U.K. architect Will Alsop designs Yonge St. condo for North Toronto: Hume (Toronto Star)

Downtown condo market shows strange signs of life (Toronto Star)


Other Real Estate News

Real estate marketer admits to deceiving Vancouver reporters (CBC News)

This woman’s $46,000 home buying mistake (Toronto Star)

Crucial bit of missing information may be driving Canadian home prices (Globe and Mail)

Why a ‘soft landing’ for housing could still hurt the economy (Globe and Mail)

Is Canada talking itself into a housing crisis? (Globe and Mail)

How single women – and what they want – are shaping the new housing market (Globe and Mail)

So Far, So Good for Toronto’s Housing Market in 2013 (Wall Street Journal)

Canadian home sales little changed in December (Canadian Real Estate Association)

Are stubborn sellers killing the real estate crash? (Financial Post)

Housing market headed for soft landing, agency, CEOs say (Globe and Mail)

Why housing prices aren't coming back (Globe and Mail)

Real estate regulator shuts down Graydon Hill Realty (Toronto Star)

Toronto councillor got $275K in loans from realtors he backed (


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