The Number of Vacant Properties is Dropping in Toronto

By: Point2Homes More than 66,000 homes in the Toronto real estate market are vacant, according to a report by Point2 Homes. The… Read More »

How Will Toronto’s Skyline Change by 2024?

Toronto’s skyline is set to change as the number of skyscrapers in Canada’s iconic city will increase substantially by 2024,… Read More »

Toronto Ranks 9th in North America for Dramatic Home Price Jumps

Home price increases have been the norm in the past few years throughout North America. Since incomes have not kept… Read More »

Canadian vs US Housing, 10 Years after the Global Financial Crisis

A decade has passed since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the largest bankruptcy case in history, which fueled the global… Read More »

Study: It Takes 5 – 27 Years to Save a Down Payment in Toronto

Following a nationwide survey of over 9,000 home seekers, Point2 Homes discovered that 64 per cent of the young potential homebuyers… Read More »

3 Of Canada’s Top 10 Priciest Homes are Located in Toronto

With a generally lackluster spring season, the Toronto real estate market might keep on this path of volatility and uncertainty due… Read More »

The Top 3 Housing Markets for Millennials

Canada’s millennials are certainly putting their stamp on cities across the country. New millennial-owned business ventures take things back to… Read More »

Toronto Ranks 13th Most Unaffordable in North American Housing Affordability Study

According to an affordability study recently released by Point2 Homes, Toronto ranks as the 13th most unaffordable housing market in… Read More »

Canada’s Luxury Hotspots – Toronto Outpaced Only by Vancouver in Uber-Luxury Market

Real estate prices remain a hot topic for Canadians, especially in the context of affordability and market stability. And with… Read More »

How Much Space Can You Get for $300k in Canada’s Top Cities?

It seems nowadays that everywhere you look, Canadian real estate is on people’s minds, especially when it comes to the… Read More »