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GTA REALTORS® RELEASE MONTHLY RESALE HOUSING MARKET FIGURES
5 reasons Toronto house prices won't crash in 2016
Hot Canadian housing market to slow next year, CMHC says

Increase in inventory of unsold homes, prices, mortgage rates and supply of rental units all expected to contribute to slowdown in starts, sales, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. forecasts.

Toronto, Vancouver Home Affordability At ‘Risky' Levels, But Prices Forecast To Keep Rising
Interest rate cut could ‘over-stimulate’ Toronto housing market: Report
'Phantom bids' targeted in new Ontario real estate rules
Housing crunch looms for low-income renters amid real estate boom
Toronto home sales soar to fresh record in real estate’s hottest month of year
Average Canadian house price climbs 6.3% to $431,812
Oil rout continues to hit Western Canada's housing markets
Canadian banks on brink of mortgage price war
Is your house a home or a nest egg?
CMHC increasing insurance premiums
Average selling price: $539,058
Canadian home sales inch upwards
Home sales inched upwards in June as would-be buyers decided to jump into the market, the Canadian Real Estate Association says. Rising interest rates considered a key factor.
TREB: Helping to navigate Canada’s housing market
Average Toronto home price hits $800,000
Toronto Area Listing Up 14.4%
Toronto real estate: buyers take a breather from open houses and bidding wars
Real Estate Tax Windfall for Toronto
GTA detached home sales jump in April
GTA housing prices nudge over $500,000
Toronto Home Prices Up 8% in 2011
Toronto Market Healthy in November
Toronto sales up 25% over last year
Toronto home sales stronger in July
Toronto New Home Satisfaction Survey

Consumer satisfaction for new home builders up in 2010

Ontario housing starts up 29% February 2011
Homes more affordable for now

Home ownership became more affordable for the average Canadian in the last quarter of 2010, with the most significant improvement in Alberta, says the Royal Bank. The bank's housing affordability measure shows costs associated with owning a home in comparison to income slightly declined in the last three months of last year.

TREB Commercial REALTORS® Report Monthly Commercial Figures
Housing market to moderate: CMHC

Existing Toronto area home sales up 7% over last year

Toronto luxury home sales buoy market

Forest Hill, Bridle Path hottest spots for real estate worth $1 million-plus as February sales, prices soar.

Real estate marketing gurus see 'cautious optimism' for 2010
Investment Real Estate News
Greed for yield fuels “explosive” rental market
6 things everyone should know before an investment project begins
What’s the better buy: Vancouver vs Toronto
GTA commercial market takes a hit
Hot region sets ground rules for investors
Demand pushes key market to Vancouver-worthy heights
Morguard - 2015 Real Estate Investment Trends to Watch in Canada
Where to invest in real estate in 2015?
Sales of million-dollar homes up in 2014: report
Rent-to-own a home: Beware the risks
Bank of Canada maintains overnight rate target at 1 per cent
Ottawa -

The Bank of Canada today announced that it is maintaining its target for the overnight rate at 1 per cent. The Bank Rate is correspondingly 1 1/4 per cent and the deposit rate is 3/4 per cent.

Is your house key to your retirement plan?
First-time homebuyers wish they had a second chance


Renovate or buy a home?

You are desperate for more living space and now face the big decision – renovate your current home, or buy another one? Chartered Accountant Gerald Tracey, Investment Advisor, ScotiaMcLeod in Windsor, advises that this decision should be made in a two-step process.

The Benefits of Building Green

As consumers continue to learn more and more about green building, architects, designers and builders are starting to incorporate more green features into their new homes. As technology and products continue to emerge, consumers can build their dream home without sacrificing aesthetics.

Five must-haves for flipping houses

Many people assume that they can simply 1) buy a house, 2) apply a fresh coat of paint, 3) trim some bushes, and then 4) resell the home at a profit. Unfortunately, this process, called "flipping" is not that easy.

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