The Angus Reid Institute released the results of its Pain Index for Metro Vancouver and the Greater Toronto Area, reporting that housing affordability has replaced transit as the top concern for most GTA residents.
Oakville was recently named the best place to live in Canada by MoneySense Magazine. But, with homes averaging $1.2 million, it’s not the most affordable city. If housing affordability is a top priority for you, don’t worry, that list exists too.
Urbanation, the authority on condo market intelligence in the Greater Toronto Area, released its market results for the second quarter of 2018, reporting a drop in sales as developers respond to the buyer slowdown.
The Centre for Urban Research & Land Development out of Ryerson University has released another interesting report; this one’s about the effectiveness of Ontario’s Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe from an employment growth perspective.