We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Christian Huggett, Vice President of Development, Podium Developments, and Saqib Qureshi of Building Capital to discuss the now open Ironwood in North Oshawa.
There’s an exciting new condo coming to the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood in Toronto – Reserve Properties and Westdale Properties announced Line 5 Condos, a residence that embraces what it truly means to be a condo dwelling urbanite.
Have you made any New Year’s resolutions yet? A big one for many people is to buy a new home (or buy their first home). It’s easier said than done, especially in select markets across the Greater Toronto Area.
Last year was a time of market cooling with rising interest rates and new government regulations. It was a rocky year. Sales weren’t that strong, supply didn’t exactly skyrocket, and prices remained high. What does 2019 hold for the real estate market?
The Building Industry and Land Development Association released its monthly results for the Greater Toronto Area’s new home market, reporting that the number of sales and openings are back on track for November 2018.
Activity varied from market to market, but overall, sales were down in Ontario for both resale and new construction. With that in mind, we want to take a look at a few more housing moves the government made this year, which will surely impact 2019.
This is it - my final article of the year. As I look back on 2018, there are many highlights, but also a few lowlights. Without further ado, I’d like you to join me in my reflection of the year and the new home industry.