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Exclusive Whisper Listings for Luxury Homes

Why didn't we see that one?  Some houses are sold as POCKET or Whisper Listings.Recently a Hollywood movie star sold her house in a whisper listing.  Yes, You can have a look at Jennifer 's Househttp://variety.com/2015/dirt/real-estalker/je...
by Living in Toronto on Mar 16, 2015

Back Up Offers

The house you went to see was sold in multiple offers.  The frenzy of the Bidding War created an atmosphere of an auction. The momentum overtook a few buyers and they over stepped their capacity to conclude the transaction.  This did n...
by Living in Toronto on Mar 16, 2015

Million-dollar homes the new norm in some Canadian cities

In cities such as Vancouver and Toronto, the average cost of a detached home will set you back more than seven figures. Meanwhile, the market in Alberta has seen sales and prices drop since the collapse of oil. In January, Deutsche Bank AG warned tha...

Toronto and Vancouver’s housing markets continue their upward surge

Canada’s housing market has been cooling, led by Alberta, but Toronto and Vancouver are surging forward fuelled by lower borrowing costs. Recent trends have seen a red-hot housing market in Alberta along with the big urban markets of Toronto an...

UNIQUE PROJECT! The Toronto Art Shoppe Lofts+Condos by FREED Developments Featuring a Great Yonge & Eglinton Location and Affordable Suites!

Toronto Art Shoppe Condos Located in the Yonge and Eglinton Toronto district, the new Art Shoppe condo tower will feature a high-rise of 34 stories with approximately 650 suites for sale. Many of the homes at the Art Shoppe Toronto lofts and condos w...

Toronto Real Estate Board Market Watch – February 2015

Strong Start to 2015 February 4, 2015 — Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced a strong start to 2015, with robust year-over-year sales and average price growth in January. Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 4,355...
by The Cricket Club Blog on Feb 4, 2015

SPECTACULAR PROJECT! Toronto DESIGN HAUS Condos Across from the University of Toronto Campus

Design Haus Toronto Condos Boutique by design and big in style… these are the new Toronto Design Haus condos located very close to the University of Toronto. Design Haus Toronto is an artful example of very modern and beautiful design on an intimat...

Canadian banks on brink of mortgage price war

Canada’s major banks are heading into a renewed mortgage price war in the wake of the Bank of Canada’s surprise decision to cut interest rates. Mortgage brokers reported that Royal Bank of Canada dropped its five-year fixed rate for quali...

From $299,900! Presales Toronto BLUE DIAMOND Condos at Imperial Plaza in Toronto Midtown/Forest Hill Real Estate District by Camrost Felcorp

Blue Diamond at Imperial Plaza Toronto Condos Wish upon a blue diamond! Coming soon to Avenue & St. Clair Toronto is brilliant living spaces from the $300’s. The presale Toronto Blue Diamond at Imperial Plaza condos is a new 27 storey high-ris...

Will the Bank of Canada’s interest rate cut make any difference to home buyers?

Already ranked as one of the most unaffordable cities in the world, Vancouver’s heated real estate market could get a further push, after the Bank of Canada cut the overnight lending interest rate to 0.75 per cent. The rate had been at one per...

From $199,900! Landmark Toronto CityLights Condos on Broadway by Pemberton Group > North & South Towers at CityLights Toronto Pre-Sales Starting Now!

Toronto CityLights Condos on Broadway Bright lights are coming soon to Yonge and Eglinton Toronto! Brought to you by master builder Pemberton Group CityLights Toronto condo project will be one of the most amazing 2015 condo launches! Priced from just...

Doesn’t look like interest rates will rise this year

Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz will remain in interest-rate hibernation for another year as plunging oil prices raise concerns the nation’s economic growth is in jeopardy, economists say. Poloz, who delivers the central bank’s next...

How much are first-time homebuyers spending across Canada?

First-time home buyers are spending more to get into homeownership while some are putting off the buying decision based on financial considerations, says a new report from BMO. The average spent in Canada by first-time buyers is $316,100, up from $30...

How will plunging oil prices affect the Canadian housing market?

House prices are expected to increase just “moderately” across Canada this year, led by above average gains in the Greater Toronto area but saddled by uncertainty in the West thanks to slumping oil prices. House prices gains are likely to slow th...

Is now the right time to buy a home?

Buy a house. Don’t buy a house. Soft landing. Crash landing. As we start the new year, the question on everyone’s mind is: What can we expect from Canada’s housing market? Once again, experts agree that housing affordability is stretched, h...

Toronto Real Estate Board Market Watch – January 2015

Sales & Near Record Sales in 2014 January 7, 2015 — Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced that Greater Toronto REALTORS® reported 92,867 residential sales through the TorontoMLS system in 2014, including 4,446 in D...
by The Cricket Club Blog on Jan 7, 2015

Canadian home décor trends for 2015

Every year, home decor trends change, drastically at times, so no one is recommending that you gut your home on a year-to-year basis. Rather, it might be nice to add certain elements of these home decor trends for 2015 so that they have longevity and...

What is predicted for Canada’s housing market in 2015?

There were no double-digit price gains in the country’s hottest real estate markets this year. Instead, Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver saw prices increase between 5% and 7%, according to each city’s real estate board. And as Sal Guatieri pred...

When will the Bank of Canada raise interest rates?

After 18 months on the job, Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz has yet to wield the primary tool at his disposal: the key interest rate. When Poloz took the bank’s reins in June 2013, he inherited an overnight rate set nearly three years ear...

Toronto Real Estate Board Market Watch – December 2014

Sales & Price Growth Continue in November December 4, 2014 — Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced that Greater Toronto REALTORS® reported 6,519 residential transactions through the TorontoMLS system in November 20...
by The Cricket Club Blog on Dec 4, 2014


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