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Toronto council not on board with the Housing Supply Action Plan

When the Housing Supply Action Plan was announced, members of the new home industry praised the Bill, but it looks like Toronto City Council has many concerns. 

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Canadian home sales bouncing back this spring!

The Canadian Real Estate Association released its housing figures for last month, reporting that sales on a national level increased 3.6% month-over-month, based on transactions reported through Canadian MLS systems.

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Q&A with a first-time buyer who’s about to move into her new condo

To give first-time buyers an idea of what to expect as their occupancy approaches, we chatted with a first-time buyer who will be moving into her new condo in just a few weeks! 

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First-time buyers value shorter commutes over square footage

A new survey conducted by Genworth Canada in collaboration with Royal LePage unveiled key trends among first-time buyers based on the last two years of activity across the country.

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Some new home owners aren’t getting the park they paid for

Altus Group and the Building Industry and Land Development Association released new findings that say that parkland payments to municipalities can add $20,000 to $30,000 to the cost of a new home.

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Neighbourhood factors that Toronto homebuyers don’t care about

In the real estate industry, it’s important to know what location factors are important to buyers, but it’s also important to understand what people don’t care about. 

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Canadian housing starts trend upwards as Toronto construction takes a breather

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation released its monthly housing starts figures for April 2019, reporting an upwards trend due to strong multi-unit starts. 

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Only 15 Church Lofts available at 260 High Park in Toronto! Image

Only 15 Church Lofts available at 260 High Park in Toronto!

We recently had the opportunity to visit the 260 High Park presentation centre to learn more about the dramatic church conversion development in Toronto.

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Modern families in Toronto value neighbourhood safety when buying a home

When it comes to buying a home in Toronto, young modern families prioritize safety, work and family. You’ll be interested in what urban dwellers don’t care about when it comes to home location.  

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Toronto still highly vulnerable as Canada’s housing market improves

In the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s quarterly Housing Market Assessment, the overall condition of Canada’s housing market moved from high risk to moderate risk, mostly due to an easing of price acceleration.

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