Supply and Demand, Toronto Style

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.


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Why Condos Are Back

I often go on about how great I think houses are as an investment in Toronto. They are in limited supply in a growing city, and there are very few builders planning to build any […]


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For Real Real Estate Stats

This time I’m not going to give you my opinion on its own, but instead I’m going to offer up some interesting real estate facts brought to you mostly by the folks at the Toronto […]


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Can You Time the Real Estate Market?

First of all, I’m not going to pretend that I have aced timing as far as real estate goes. Yes, I’m a real estate salesperson, and I have learned what not-so-good timing is and what […]


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When Condos Are Better Than Houses

“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 […]


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