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Canadian Regional Housing Outlook: TD Economics

TD Economics has released its Canadian Regional Housing Outlook report, finding that you can easily categorize the Canadian housing markets into three separate categories: Struggling, booming and stable. 112 more words

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More Quick Facts From The TREB Homeowners Survey

The Market Year in Review and Homeowners Survey was recently released by the Toronto Real Estate Board. Some highlights include:

It’s expected that there will be between 96,500 and 105,000 homes sold in the Greater Toronto Area during 2016. 144 more words

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Reminder: New Mortgage Rules For Canada In Effect February 15, 2016

New mortgage rules for all of Canada will take effect on Monday, February 15, 2016.

These rules are primarily expected to affect home buyers in Toronto and Vancouver, as they will require a 10 per cent down payment on homes over $500,000, up from the current 5 per cent. 9 more words

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Toronto Real Estate Board Makes Presentation To City Budget Committee

The Toronto Real Estate Board released a statement on its presentation to the City’s Budget Committee on the proposed 2016 Operating budget.

“Between annual property taxes and the MLTT, City Hall has a huge impact in the cost of home ownership,” said the president of the Toronto Real Estate Board, Mark McLean. 137 more words

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Home Prices Will Keep Rising In Toronto: RBC

RBC’s latest Housing Trends and Affordability report says that home affordability remained stable across the country in the second quarter of 2015, with the exception of Vancouver and Toronto. 134 more words

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Toronto Home Sales Up Double Digit in July-

GTA REALTORS® RELEASE MONTHLY RESALE HOUSING FIGURES TORONTO, August 6, 2015 – Toronto Real Estate Board President Mark McLean announced record home sales for the month of July. 282 more words

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Toronto Real Estate Market Will Grow 10% This Year

According to the Royal LePage House Price Survey, house prices in Toronto are expected to increase by 9.6 per cent in 2015 compared to 2014. 167 more words

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