Our lead story in this month's Move Smartly Report unpacks conflicting reports about the condo market.
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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?
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.
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.
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Find out how local real markets are doing in over 500 Toronto area neighbourhoods - based on real time house price data.
Condos in the Greater Toronto Area are fetching prices 15% higher than last year - but this time, it's not because of higher demand.
While many buyers simply hope for the best, others focus on finding a bargain - but all should instead focus on steering clear of the problem areas that bring an overall market...
The Toronto Area real estate market is heating up and getting competitive this winter as sales and prices rise and the number of new listings falls.
Why momentum is swinging back to the regions - and types of homes - that were hit hardest in last few years.
All Toronto area regions saw sales grow by double digits - except for Halton.
The good, the bad and the ugly details that might impact Toronto’s housing market in the year ahead.
Special Report: Toronto’s twenty-year housing boom has resulted in a negative side effect that homeowners are starting to feel – very high debt levels.
When will innovative Toronto-area brokerages like Realosophy finally be able to share home sold prices with consumers online?
Why are so many homes sitting empty and why has the number increased over last year?
When we look at the number of properties that have been listed for sale in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) (including Toronto) since 2012, we see a very interesting trend.
The Canadian federal government introduced new mortgage rules in the fall of 2016 to combat rapidly increasing home prices - but have they driven up condo prices instead?
One of the questions I get often from buyers is how house prices can remain stable while sales are declining and inventory is increasing?
This time last year, nearly 1,000 Toronto home buyers and sellers suffered major financial losses - could they have done something differently or was it just bad timing?
Today we're releasing a new report featuring my analysis of last year's real estate bubble - why it happened and how it affected home buyers and sellers in Toronto and the...
This time last year we published a report Freeholds on Fire: How Investor Demand for Houses is Driving Up Prices in the Greater Toronto Area which looked at how investors in...
The headlines and the recent numbers about the Greater Toronto Area’s real estate market have not been great this spring. Average home prices are down 14% in March and sales...
Toronto’s subway story just got exciting-scary.
The semiannual Globe and Mail Home Value Survey powered by Realosophy is out today! Go to the interactive map to see how your neighbourhood has performed.
When economists see a significant and sustained deviation from recent trends in data, they try to find the factor(s) that may have...
Resale home sales in the Greater Toronto Area are down 5% in the first half of April compared to the same period last year. This is an increase...
Here are the latest housing stats, in the words of the Toronto Real Estate Board:
August 2007 became the fifth record-setting month in a row,...
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