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Has Toronto’s record condo boom ended (with a thud)?

Construction intentions for new condos in Toronto fell off a cliff in August, data showed earlier this week.

That was followed a day later by additional data showing the number of “starts,” or actual shovels hitting the ground to begin construction on tower units, has similarly deflated to a four and-a-half-year low. 425 more words

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Toronto Real Estate Board Market Watch – October 2014

Sales and Average Price Growth Continued in September

October 3, 2014 — Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced that there were 8,051 transactions reported through the TorontoMLS system in September 2014. 235 more words

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September Report

Sales and Average Price Growth Continued in September

October 3, 2014 — Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced that there were 8,051 transactions reported through the TorontoMLS system in September 2014. 102 more words

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Toronto homes sales now on pace for potential record in 2014

The Toronto Real Estate Board says sales in the country’s largest city have picked up enough that 2014 could set an all-time record for activity. 538 more words

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Doug Ford promises to phase out portion of land transfer tax

ABOVE: Doug Ford rails against the “unfair” municipal land transfer tax

TORONTO – Councillor Doug Ford promises to phase out a portion of the city’s municipal land transfer tax by 15 per cent every year for four years if elected mayor of Toronto. 398 more words

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Toronto Office And Commercial Space Leases Up Over Q3 2014

The number of square feet of leased industrial, office and commercial/retail space increased by 5.3 per cent to 6,059,755 square feet.

“We have seen solid growth in the Canadian economy recently,” said Toronto Real Estate Board president Paul Etherington. 134 more words

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