Canadians have significantly changed the way they consume web content with an overall shift towards mobile. To maximize the consumer experience, we've released the latest version of the REALTOR.ca Android app to Google Play.
The new version makes it easier for consumers to find REALTORS® across … [Read More...]
In 2015, industry pundits were predicting that the scarcity of real estate listings in Toronto would continue into 2016. So far, they appear to be right.
Agents from central Toronto to the suburbs say listings are in the deep freeze – even for a January, when the market is normally cool.
The … [Read More...]
The Toronto Real Estate Board expects home sales in Canada’s largest city will be strong in 2016 and may set a record.
TREB estimates its member realtors will sell between 96,500 and 105,000 residential properties this year – either just above or just below last year’s record high of 101,229 … [Read More...]
Residential real estate markets are stronger now than they were a year ago, said 40 per cent of Ontarians about their respective cities, up from 33 per cent last year, according to the Ontario Home Ownership Index, a semi-annual survey by the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA). Looking ahead to … [Read More...]
The second best sales result on record for December capped off a record year for TREB MLS® home sales in the GTA. Toronto Real Estate Board President Mark McLean announced that there were 4,945 sales reported in December bringing the 2015 calendar year total to 101,299 – a substantial 9.2 per cent … [Read More...]
Canada’s national average house price is expected to edge higher by 1.4 per cent in 2016, to $448,700 — with Ontario leading the other regions with an increase of 2.9 per cent.
The Canadian Real Estate Association expects average house prices in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland and Labrador … [Read More...]
Some 1.3 million Ontario condo dwellers will be better protected and have more rights under long-awaited new legislation.
Some 1.3 million Ontario condo dwellers will be better protected and have more rights under long-awaited new provincial legislation that has passed unanimously at Queen’s … [Read More...]
Canada is raising minimum down payments on some government-insured mortgages, a move aimed at curbing the risk of a housing crash in Toronto and Vancouver where high prices are leaving some families at risk from heavy debt loads.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced the plans on Friday morning … [Read More...]