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More Torontonians want hard-to-find detached homes, study says - CBC.ca

Toronto Real Estate News - Wed, 2016-12-28 20:07

CBC.ca

More Torontonians want hard-to-find detached homes, study says
CBC.ca
Just 537 homes for sale. In a city of almost three million people, only 537 detached homes were listed for sale on the Toronto Real Estate Board at noon Wednesday. Langlois says he's not surprised and that his clients are often frustrated by the lack ...

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More Torontonians want hard-to-find detached homes, study says - CBC.ca

Toronto Real Estate News - Wed, 2016-12-28 20:07

CBC.ca

More Torontonians want hard-to-find detached homes, study says
CBC.ca
Just 537 homes for sale. In a city of almost three million people, only 537 detached homes were listed for sale on the Toronto Real Estate Board at noon Wednesday. Langlois says he's not surprised and that his clients are often frustrated by the lack ...

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More Torontonians want hard-to-find detached homes, study says ... - CBC.ca

Toronto Real Estate News - Wed, 2016-12-28 20:07

CBC.ca

More Torontonians want hard-to-find detached homes, study says ...
CBC.ca
More Torontonians are eyeing detached homes even though those properties are the most difficult to snag, a new study says.

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What to expect when you're expecting to buy or sell a home in 2017 - Toronto Star

Toronto Real Estate News - Wed, 2016-12-28 14:44

Toronto Star

What to expect when you're expecting to buy or sell a home in 2017
Toronto Star
The inching up of interest rates and more stringent mortgage rules are among the factors that could play a role in tempering sales in the hot Toronto region market, says Jason Mercer, director of market analysis for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).

What to expect when you're expecting to buy or sell a home in 2017 - Toronto Star

Toronto Real Estate News - Wed, 2016-12-28 14:44

Toronto Star

What to expect when you're expecting to buy or sell a home in 2017
Toronto Star
The inching up of interest rates and more stringent mortgage rules are among the factors that could play a role in tempering sales in the hot Toronto region market, says Jason Mercer, director of market analysis for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).

What to expect when you're expecting to buy or sell a home in 2017 - Toronto Star

Toronto Real Estate News - Wed, 2016-12-28 14:44

Toronto Star

What to expect when you're expecting to buy or sell a home in 2017
Toronto Star
The inching up of interest rates and more stringent mortgage rules are among the factors that could play a role in tempering sales in the hot Toronto region market, says Jason Mercer, director of market analysis for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).

The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016 - Globalnews.ca

Toronto Real Estate News - Tue, 2016-12-27 11:27

Toronto Star

The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016
Globalnews.ca
TORONTO – A nameless, faceless figure at the heart of the controversy surrounding soaring real estate prices has been named The Canadian Press business newsmaker of the year. As home prices in Vancouver and Toronto rose at a torrid pace, public and ...
Pipelines voted Canadian Press business story of the yearToronto Star

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The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016 - Globalnews.ca

Toronto Real Estate News - Tue, 2016-12-27 11:27

Toronto Star

The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016
Globalnews.ca
TORONTO – A nameless, faceless figure at the heart of the controversy surrounding soaring real estate prices has been named The Canadian Press business newsmaker of the year. As home prices in Vancouver and Toronto rose at a torrid pace, public and ...
Pipelines voted Canadian Press business story of the yearToronto Star

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The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016 - Globalnews.ca

Toronto Real Estate News - Tue, 2016-12-27 11:27

Toronto Star

The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016
Globalnews.ca
TORONTO – A nameless, faceless figure at the heart of the controversy surrounding soaring real estate prices has been named The Canadian Press business newsmaker of the year. As home prices in Vancouver and Toronto rose at a torrid pace, public and ...
Pipelines voted Canadian Press business story of the yearToronto Star

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The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016 - Globalnews.ca

Toronto Real Estate News - Tue, 2016-12-27 11:27

Globalnews.ca

The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016
Globalnews.ca
TORONTO – A nameless, faceless figure at the heart of the controversy surrounding soaring real estate prices has been named The Canadian Press business newsmaker of the year. As home prices in Vancouver and Toronto rose at a torrid pace, public and ...

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The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016 - Globalnews.ca

Toronto Real Estate News - Tue, 2016-12-27 11:27

Globalnews.ca

The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016
Globalnews.ca
TORONTO – A nameless, faceless figure at the heart of the controversy surrounding soaring real estate prices has been named The Canadian Press business newsmaker of the year. As home prices in Vancouver and Toronto rose at a torrid pace, public and ...

and more »

The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016 - Globalnews.ca

Toronto Real Estate News - Tue, 2016-12-27 11:27

Globalnews.ca

The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016
Globalnews.ca
TORONTO – A nameless, faceless figure at the heart of the controversy surrounding soaring real estate prices has been named The Canadian Press business newsmaker of the year. As home prices in Vancouver and Toronto rose at a torrid pace, public and ...

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The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016 - Globalnews.ca

Toronto Real Estate News - Tue, 2016-12-27 11:27

HiBusiness (blog)

The 'foreign investor' voted business newsmaker of 2016
Globalnews.ca
TORONTO – A nameless, faceless figure at the heart of the controversy surrounding soaring real estate prices has been named The Canadian Press business newsmaker of the year. As home prices in Vancouver and Toronto rose at a torrid pace, public and ...
Canadian real estate might oppress the economy - HiBusinessHiBusiness (blog)

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Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead - The Globe and Mail

Toronto Real Estate News - Mon, 2016-12-26 17:36

Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead
The Globe and Mail
When their second child was born two years ago, Rajiv Kaushik, 39, and Natalie Alvarez, 43, began scouring the market for a larger home. The family's two-bedroom, semi-detached Victorian in central Toronto had soared in value since Mr. Kaushik bought ...

Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead - The Globe and Mail

Toronto Real Estate News - Mon, 2016-12-26 17:36

Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead
The Globe and Mail
When their second child was born two years ago, Rajiv Kaushik, 39, and Natalie Alvarez, 43, began scouring the market for a larger home. The family's two-bedroom, semi-detached Victorian in central Toronto had soared in value since Mr. Kaushik bought ...

Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead - The Globe and Mail

Toronto Real Estate News - Mon, 2016-12-26 17:36

Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead
The Globe and Mail
When their second child was born two years ago, Rajiv Kaushik, 39, and Natalie Alvarez, 43, began scouring the market for a larger home. The family's two-bedroom, semi-detached Victorian in central Toronto had soared in value since Mr. Kaushik bought ...

Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead - The Globe and Mail

Toronto Real Estate News - Mon, 2016-12-26 17:36

Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead
The Globe and Mail
When their second child was born two years ago, Rajiv Kaushik, 39, and Natalie Alvarez, 43, began scouring the market for a larger home. The family's two-bedroom, semi-detached Victorian in central Toronto had soared in value since Mr. Kaushik bought ...

Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead - The Globe and Mail

Toronto Real Estate News - Mon, 2016-12-26 17:36

Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead
The Globe and Mail
When their second child was born two years ago, Rajiv Kaushik, 39, and Natalie Alvarez, 43, began scouring the market for a larger home. The family's two-bedroom, semi-detached Victorian in central Toronto had soared in value since Mr. Kaushik bought ...

Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead - The Globe and Mail

Toronto Real Estate News - Mon, 2016-12-26 17:36

Unable to afford a bigger house for their families, homeowners are renovating instead
The Globe and Mail
When their second child was born two years ago, Rajiv Kaushik, 39, and Natalie Alvarez, 43, began scouring the market for a larger home. The family's two-bedroom, semi-detached Victorian in central Toronto had soared in value since Mr. Kaushik bought ...

Vicious market leads move-up homeowners to renovate instead - The Globe and Mail

Toronto Real Estate News - Mon, 2016-12-26 17:36

Vicious market leads move-up homeowners to renovate instead
The Globe and Mail
When their second child was born two years ago, Rajiv Kaushik, 39, and Natalie Alvarez, 43, began scouring the market for a larger home. The family's two-bedroom, semi-detached Victorian in central Toronto had soared in value since Mr. Kaushik bought ...

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