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Why Are Toronto Real Estate Prices Still So High? September 20, 2020 It might be hard to believe, but it has already been six months since the coronavirus pandemic forced Canada into lockdown. Despite the progress that has been made in the wake of the public health crisis, COVID-19 has severely disrupted the national economy and the country’s finances. It might be a couple of years until […] Read More
Above-Inflation Rent Increases Continue in Q1 2018 April 25, 2018 The Toronto Real Estate Board announced that average rents for one-bedroom and two-bedroom condo and loft rental units were up well above the rate of inflation on a year-over-year basis in the first quarter of 2018. The average rent for one-bedroom Toronto condo or loft was up 11.4% on an annual basis to $1,995. The average two-bedroom Toronto condo or […] Read More
VIP Broker Sales Underway for Prestige Condos – Pinnacle One Yonge February 16, 2018 A legendary address encounters a vision that launches Toronto's most desirable lakeside location in the world. Holistically designed, visionary in its scope, Pinnacle One Yonge will reflect its prestigious nature through its sophisticated and diverse community that lies at the heart of this work-play-shop and enjoy life neighbourhood. The Prestige Condos at Pinnacle One Yonge […] Read More
Strong Average Rent Growth Continued in Q4 2017 January 25, 2018 The Toronto Real Estate Board reported that average rents for one-bedroom and two-bedroom condos and lofts were up very strongly on a year-over-year basis in the fourth quarter of 2017. The average rent for a one-bedroom condo or loft was up by 10.9% on an annual basis to $1,970 in Q4 2017. The average two-bedroom condo or loft rent was up […] Read More
Strong Growth in Average Rents in Q2 July 28, 2017 The Toronto Real Estate Board announced the continuation of very tight conditions in the condominium apartment rental market in the second quarter of 2017. The number of rental transactions reported remained in line with Q2 2016, levels while the number of units listed at some point during the quarter declined year-over-year. Average annual rates of rent growth for […] Read More
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