Lets' catch up! Here are my notes on the Toronto real estate market and how it is evolving:  Latest Population & Economic Trends: Over 150K people moved into the GTA  in 2018 and that was represented by 100K immigrants, 10K net interprovincial migrants and 40K net non-permanent residents (students,...

As expected, this has been a big week for new listings. March break is over and the weather appears to finally be turning a corner. I have seen a good cross-section of listings come on the market this week. From renovated homes to handyman specials...

[caption id="attachment_23799" align="alignright" width="300"] Nick Horton, salesperson.[/caption] The real estate market continues to slow down as we get closer to Christmas, but a few interesting listings continue to pop-up. The end-of-the-year deal is real and I frequently have clients who take advantage. So far, the real estate...

[caption id="attachment_23799" align="alignright" width="300"] Nick Horton, salesperson.[/caption] Late November is always an interesting month for real estate in Toronto. The inventory begins to dwindle and buyers shift their focus to winter vacation and the holidays. Moving over the holidays or a 'shoulder' season can be tricky,...

[caption id="attachment_23799" align="alignright" width="240"] Nick Horton, salesperson.[/caption] I am continuing to see very strong demand for housing downtown, as a lack of inventory continues to keep the market competitive. The most competitive properties continue to be nicely finished homes that need very little maintenance. This type of...

[caption id="attachment_23799" align="alignright" width="240"] Nick Horton, salesperson.[/caption] This week the sales numbers came out for September, a fairly important month after the downtown market cooled-off slightly over the summer. The summer lull, especially in July, made many professionals in the real estate industry nervous about predicting how...

[caption id="attachment_23799" align="alignright" width="240"] Nick Horton, salesperson.[/caption] Looking at the listings I featured last week, *%& McRoberts Ave was the most desirable. Not only because it was the most affordable, but because it presented well. On offer night, bidders disregarded any preconceived notion they had about the...