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CRA Investigating "Shadow Flipping" Of Toronto Condos
Due to the booming real estate market in Canada over the past year, the Canada Revenue Agency ("CRA") is scrutinizing the practice of "shadow flipping" or "assignment sales".
Canada
9 Nov 2017
2
September Home Prices And The National Index
There has been a lot of discussion lately around the recent slow downs to the real estate markets in Toronto and surrounding areas.
Canada
24 Oct 2017
3
Toronto Home Sales Continue To Tank This Fall
Data shows that September continued to be a month of decline for the Toronto real estate market, with sales falling between 38 and 45 per cent compared to a year earlier.
Canada
11 Oct 2017
4
Oakville Rejects Proposal To Demolish Glen Abbey Golf Course
One of Ontario's finest golf courses that has hosted 28 Canadian Opens, was on the docket at Oakville Town council on Wednesday, as ClubLink applied to have the historic golf course demolished.
Canada
5 Oct 2017
5
Top Intersections for Condos in Toronto
Condos have been taking over the Toronto skyline, with more to come not only in the downtown core, but in popular hubs around the entire city.
Canada
28 Sep 2017
6
Midrise Condo Battle May Go To Mediation With OMB
High-profile residents of the Annex have brought their fight against a proposed midrise condo development to the Toronto & East York community council.
Canada
15 Sep 2017
7
Toronto Housing Market Update: August
Home sales slowed down through August so much that there was a 34.8 per cent drop in sales compared to last year.
Canada
13 Sep 2017
8
Mid-Rise Housing, The Next Best Thing For Toronto Real Estate?
With detached homes in Toronto reaching unattainable prices and an abundance of high rise condos taking over the city skyline, most of which are either purchased and sitting empty...
Canada
7 Sep 2017
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Ryerson Introduces "All Gender" Housing Option
Ryerson gave this years incoming first year students the opportunity to live in "all gender" student housing, the first of its kind in Canada.
Canada
5 Sep 2017
10
Barrie's Real Estate Market Struggle
Many home-buyers got caught in the spring real estate downturn. As a result, many homes have had delayed closings and people have even backed out of real estate deals, not caring that they will lose their deposit.
Canada
4 Sep 2017
11
When Discrimination Is Not Prohibited: Housing
Caleb Pheluong, a Vancouver resident, was served eviction papers once his landlord discovered that he intended to have his boyfriend stay over one night.
Canada
31 Aug 2017
12
Six Figure Income Required To Buy In The GTA
If the past year of insanely high home prices hasn't made you rethink home ownership, maybe this new report will.
Canada
29 Aug 2017
13
More Condos A Possibility At Barrie's Collier Centre
Barrie could be expanding at a faster rate than people think.
Canada
18 Aug 2017
14
Is Toronto Now a Buyers' Market?
The CREA has stated that the GTA has had the biggest drop in sales in June, and Toronto has now fully moved from sellers' territory (ratio above 60 per cent) to buyers' territory (ratio under 40 per cent).
Canada
2 Aug 2017
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Short Term Airbnb-Style Rental Proposal To Be Drafted
As stated in a previous blog post, the city of Toronto proposed a registration and licensing system for short-term rentals in order to open up long-term rentals for Torontonians.
Canada
4 Jul 2017
16
Affluent Boomers Are Taking Pressure From ‘YIMBY' Groups In The GTA
During the recent Ontario Housing Summit the main focus was on millennials and home ownership, and the consensus of the Summit was that there is a need for more affordable housing supply.
Canada
29 Jun 2017
17
June Real Estate Update
Although we are only into the first two weeks of June, a close eye has been kept on the real estate market in Toronto.
Canada
28 Jun 2017
18
Toronto Housing Solution: Laneway Suites
Laneways are plentiful in Toronto, covering more than 300 kilometres in the city. To Alex Sharpe, co-founder of Lanescape, a design and planning organization, he sees that as untapped potential...
Canada
28 Jun 2017
19
Affordable Housing Should Be a High Priority for the Next Provincial Election
Millennials are now the new home buyers. Unfortunately, what most millennials are now looking for in a home, isn't available to them in Toronto.
Canada
23 Jun 2017
20
Vancouver, Toronto, Now… Montreal?
Housing in a number of cities across Canada has been put through the wringer over the past year or so, creating a difficult time for local buyers and a great time for people looking to sell.
Canada
21 Jun 2017
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