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Real Estate Watch: Detached home price surges above $1M in Toronto
The $1 million hurdle – at least that’s how Greg Bonnell looks at it as a resident of the Toronto suburbs who harbours a not-so-secret desire to live in the city again.
Posted on 3-04-2015 at 8:29 AM
Modest Vancouver home a seller’s dream as bidding wars return
Agents in the country’s most expensive housing market say bidding wars have returned and weekend open houses are experiencing a jump in traffic.
Posted on 3-04-2015 at 7:38 AM
Real Estate Watch: Landlords snap up coveted Target leases
Two of the country’s largest landlords have moved quickly to snap up 11 of their best leases from insolvent Target Canada for what it describes as a premium price, underlining their urgency to take back control of their retail space.
Posted on 3-02-2015 at 2:26 PM
Toronto condo market booming again
After years of slow growth, Toronto’s condo market has come roaring back to life.
Posted on 3-02-2015 at 7:54 AM
Zoocasa to stop publishing home sale data
The Toronto Real Estate Board sent a letter to all members this month warning that those who violate strict rules on sharing sales data could lose access to the Multiple Listings Service, the lifeblood of most realtors.
Posted on 2-28-2015 at 10:00 AM
Rentals reborn with Toronto ‘Divorcee Towers’
The dreary six-story apartment block in Toronto’s north end was nicknamed “Divorcee Towers” after the newly single who lodged at its short-stay units. Then Timbercreek Asset Management Inc. moved in.
Posted on 2-26-2015 at 10:01 AM
How do the Hudson’s Bay real estate deals work?
Hudson’s Bay Co. and Simon Property Group Inc. agreed to form a joint venture focused on credit tenant, net-leased and multi-tenanted retail buildings.
Posted on 2-25-2015 at 7:44 AM
Real Estate Watch: Unsold condos stacking up outside Toronto and Vancouver
Winnipeg, Montreal and Moncton are grappling with a surplus of unsold condo units driven by a surge in new construction and a dwindling supply of first-time buyers in the wake of Ottawa’s decision in June, 2012, to limit mortgage insurance to amortization periods of 25 years or less from 30 years.
Posted on 2-24-2015 at 7:12 AM

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