Toronto Real Estate Roundup - March 15 2013

Realosophy Team in Media Roundup

Real Estate News

First-Time Home Buyers

Will nervous first-time buyers make this spring housing market bloom? (Globe and Mail)

Five things we learned about first-time homebuyers from the Globe and Mail (Toronto Life)

Brokers pursue mortgage break for first-time home buyers (Globe and Mail)

The Grid Guide to Buying Your First Home (The Grid)


Other Real Estate News

Data show Vancouver’s real estate market echoes Chinese economy’s ups and downs (Global TV)

TD report balances gloomy housing predictions (Canadian Real Estate Magazine)

The Chinese are so desperate about the new property taxes they are divorcing in droves to avoid them (Financial Post)

Frustration’s the word for Toronto’s current real estate market (Globe and Mail)

Canadian housing prices to rise “lacklustre” 2 per a year: TD (Toronto Star)

Canada Housing Bust Sees Sales Tumble; So Why Are Prices Still So High? [UPDATED] (Huffington Post)

In Bloordale, the arrival of three new restaurants heralds the blooming of a gentrified neighbourhood (Toronto Star)

Real estate market outlook cools as home sales plunge (Globe and Mail)

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