Our Monthly Market Report looks at how well major forecasts for Toronto area home prices are holding up six months after the start of the Covid-19 crisis.
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Why is the head of the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) going his own way amidst an economic crisis?
Our interviews with top experts on the market amidst Covid-19 identified these key factors making an impact now - and what to watch for next.
COVID-19 is redefining the world as we know it.
In spite of three months of economic free fall due to COVID-19, the Toronto real estate market seems to be returning to its pre-pandemic vigour.
Canada's top mortgage body just shared some pretty bleak expectations - should we take heed?
A respected real estate lawyer warns against using untested COVID-19 clauses in property transactions.
Last week, the CMHC's CEO had a surprising suggestion.
Why the widely reported drop in condo prices in last week's news was misleading.
The market is now more competitive than it was four weeks ago.
An increase in months of inventory suggests buyers as slowly re-entering the market - but not all regions across the Toronto area are picking up at the same speed.
Home sales numbers continue to be down across Toronto and the GTA, but an equal drop in new homes for sale appears to be keeping prices stable.
The Greater Toronto Area saw a sharp decline in both sales and new listings as home buyers and sellers adjust to the reality of the Coronavirus crisis.
Some markets in the Greater Toronto Area are showing signs of the type of slowdown that requires buyers and sellers to act carefully.
Toronto real estate market sales have dropped sharply in the third week of Ontario's state of emergency due to Coronavirus pandemic.
Toronto: Latest on house prices, mortgage payment defferal, rental eviction freeze and more.
While the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis is unprecedented, its impact on the real estate market can be seen in terms of demand and supply effects which tend to be more familiar.
While authorities have announced that Canadians will be able to defer their mortgage payments due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, some key limits apply.
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