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GTA new-home sales off to a slow start in January

2016 is off to a slow start in the new home building and development industry. Following one of the biggest years ever for new homes in the GTA, in January sales of new homes were down, prices were mostly flat and new inventory was limited.






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Above-average year for GTA new-home sales

Strong demand for new homes in the GTA resulted in the third-highest sales year in the past decade.






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Affordability of housing is important to everyone

The GTA is in need of affordable housing and there are many challenges when it comes to building more of it.






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Welcoming the Dhamcho family into their new Habitat home

BILD President and CEO Bryan Tuckey recently welcomed the Dhamcho family into their new Habitat home.






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Price increase of new low-rise homes continues

Prices of new low-rise homes in the GTA climbed to a new record high.






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Video: Building sustainable communities

BILD worked with the Toronto Star to produce a video that defines and captures sustainable building techniques used in a Toronto condominium building by Minto Communities and a Newmarket low-rise community by Bazil Developments and Mosaik Homes.






Why infrastructure matters

BILD has partnered with the Toronto Star to create a video that shows how infrastructure is the foundation of our society and essential to the continued growth and prosperity of the GTA.






Another record month for new low-rise home prices

Prices of new low-rise homes in the GTA hit a new record high in September.






Low-rise housing supply continues to slide

The supply of new low-rise homes continued to decline across the GTA in August.






Building a Habitat home

Every year BILD members volunteer to spend a day on a Habitat construction site building homes for partner families. It’s a very rewarding experience, and we were privileged to send a group of 20 volunteers to Habitat’s Brimley Road in Toronto’s east end, where 15 townhomes are under construction.