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Apr 16

Affordable Units in New Residential Developments

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​As part of the Promoting Affordable Housing Act, starting on April 12, 2018, Ontario municipalities will have a new planning tool at their disposal to encourage the creation of more affordable housing units – inclusionary zoning.  The provincial government has announced that it is giving municipalities the ability to require developers to include affordable housing units […]

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Feb 23

Sales Are Slow, But So Are New Listings

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February 6, 2018 — The Toronto Real Estate Board announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 4,019 residential transactions through TREB’s MLS® System in January 2018. This result was down by 22 per cent compared to a record 5,155 sales reported in January 2017. Sounds bad right?  But if you remember that last January we were […]

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Jan 25

GTA REALTORS® Release December/Annual Stats

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TORONTO, ONTARIO,  January 4, 2018 – Toronto Real Estate Board President Tim Syrianos announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 92,394 sales through TREB’s MLS® System in 2017.  This total was down 18.3 per cent compared to the record set in 2016. Record sales in Q1 were followed by a decline in Q2 and Q3 […]

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Jan 17

No relief for renters could be boon for investors

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By: Neil Sharma  Canadian Real Estate Wealth, Nov. 2017   Renters in Canada’s two largest markets will still be fighting over scraps next year. The CMHC Rental Market Report on the country’s rental markets revealed Ontario and British Columbia have dangerously low vacancy rates, and that’s being exacerbated by low turnover, which itself is largely a consequence of unaffordability. The […]

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Sep 27

The Aftermath The Rent Control Changes

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When I was in University I had a guy in my class that tried to answer every question posed by the prof;  regardless of whether or not he knew the answer. This is your Ontario government.  Trying to fix problems they have no solution to. Recently the Ontario Liberal government made changes aimed at protecting Tenants of […]

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