You’re a sucker for high ceilings. You like double-bricked houses with turrets, dormers and wrap-around front porches. You’re a fan of steep roofs, red brick, and those stain glass windows from a bygone era. Victorian […]
Back in the day, some of us may have taken an Economics 101 course that first brought to our attention the theory of supply and demand. The rules are pretty simple. If supply goes up too much, demand falls and prices fall.
It was not too long ago that Toronto could not build their condos fast enough. For several years in a row, Toronto had the rare distinction of building more condo units than any other city in North America.
The figures are out again, and one more time Toronto real estate receives a gold star in September with houses selling over 10% higher from September 2014 to September 2015. This kind of news used […]
Context; it sure can offer us some perspective. It let’s us see ourselves in relation to our surroundings, sometimes with a whole new point of view. In some ways it tells us how we stack […]
“Drive ’til you qualify.” I’ve heard this phrase used more and more over the past year. It is currently been thrown around in North American cities where downtown prices have increased more than the suburbs […]
I had a listing this past week that has just sold in the Caledonia-Fairbanks area. It’s between St. Clair and Eglinton, west of Dufferin. For those who are familiar with Toronto real estate, it feels […]
I often get a little annoyed when organizations from other countries put out headlines like: The Canadian Real Estate Market is Due for A Correction. It doesn’t bother me that someone is suggesting that a […]