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October 2019 Real Estate Market Update

Toronto home prices continued to rise in October, as listings plunged. The average selling price for all home types combined was up by 5.5% to $852,142, compared to $807,538 in October 2018. Prices increased 1.1% or $9,027 month-over-month from $843,115…

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Free Halloween Events in Toronto for Kids

Looking for free Halloween activities to do with your boils and ghouls? I’ve concocted a list of family-friendly events at Toronto’s public libraries. From crafts to costume swaps and puppet shows to pyjama parties, everyone’s sure to have a spooktacular time! Thursday…

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September 2019 Real Estate Market Update

The real estate market is looking increasingly healthy, continuing to mend from the significant downturn of 2018 and early 2019, following the introduction of the federal mortgage stress test. Toronto-area home sales surged double digits in September, compared with the…

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Election 2019: Main Parties’ Housing Platforms

It’s almost time to cast your ballot in Canada’s federal election, Oct. 21, if you haven’t done so already through advance polling. Affordable housing has become a hot-button issue, particularly among Torontonians who feel locked out of the real estate…

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July 2019 Real Estate Market Update

Toronto-area home sales were up 24.3% in July, compared with the same period last year. The number of properties sold increased to 8,595 from 6,916, with sales of all four categories of housing (detached, semi-detached, townhouse and condo apartment) up…

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Toronto Condo Prices by Subway Station

A new study has revealed the varying price of condominium units along the TTC subway line. The city’s top five least expensive areas by station can be found in the east end. Kennedy station has the lowest average price per…

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Protect your Home from Flood Damage

Flooding caused considerable harm to homes in northern and eastern Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick last spring, forcing thousands from their residences. In Toronto, high Lake Ontario water levels threatened the islands for a second year in a row, causing…

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