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30 years ago North York Ontario was for the middle class Torontonians who wanted a small bungalow or split level detached home. Most of the homes in North York were originally built in the 50s as mass produces new homes for the parent of baby boomers. Parents with 3-5 children needed an affordable place to […]

There are many factors that affect the price of housing. Supply, demand, jobs, geography, demographics, advertising, peer pressure, Government regulations (CMHC) and interest rates all affect house prices in their own way. Clearly interest rates have a definite impact on the price of homes. You could speculate that interest rates are the most important factor […]

Like we previously mentioned, it is very hard to predict when a bubble will burst. The housing market in Canada may or may not be in a real estate bubble. If so, it might never “burst” or it might simply drop to the highs of a few years ago. The most drastic scenario is that […]

More and more people are speculating that we are in the midst of a Toronto Real Estate Bubble. In Toronto, the MLS average house price has been increasing for the past 14 years, and 2011 is no exception. Over these 14 years, the average price has gone from $198K to $457K. A rising average house […]


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