Toronto Regional Real Estate Board President Michael Collins released the following key housing market statistics for April 2020: • Home Sales and Listings Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 2,975 residential transactions through TRREB’s MLS® System. This result was down by 67 per cent compared to April 2019. Weekday sales remained within a relatively steady range […]
Day: May 8, 2020
In Ontario, a couple we’ll call Matt, 54, and Hillary, 50, make a good living, Matt in financial services, Hillary in a large service organization. They have a daughter in her 20s who is financially independent. Matt and Hillary bring home $9,892 per month and have prospered by trading up in the prolonged real-estate boom.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, one of the largest, global, real estate brokerage franchise networks, with more than 50,000 agents and nearly 1,500 offices throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe and the Middle East today announced the addition of the independently owned and operated Les Entreprises Sacha Brosseau Inc. to the network. The franchise will operate as Berkshire
Sidewalk Labs, a Google-affiliated company, is abandoning its plan to build a high-tech neighbourhood on Toronto’s waterfront, citing what it calls unprecedented economic uncertainty. The project, dubbed Quayside, still didn’t have all of the government approvals it needed to go ahead. Toronto citizens and civic leaders had raised concerns about the privacy implications of the project
If, like most people in the Toronto region, your personal financial outlook depends largely on real estate, Tuesday was probably a bad day. The Toronto Regional Real Estate Board reported a 67 per cent year-over-year drop in home sales in April. Average home prices remained at April 2019 levels, but they still trailed March’s GTA
The City of Toronto has been working with homeowners to help delay payments for Toronto property taxes and utilities as well as suspend late payment fees. Below you will find more information on this program as well as the remaining due dates/options for payment for the rest of 2020. The original deferral plan covered the
There’s nothing like a global pandemic to cool down a boiling hot real estate market, it seems, as anyone buying or selling a home in Toronto right now can tell you. Just a month after posting a staggering year-over-year sales increase of 45.6 per cent in February of 2020, home sales have fallen off a cliff across the GTA due