Condo sales stay strong

At the halfway point of 2014, consumer confidence in the GTA’s new-homes market continues to stay strong.

Industry committed to safety and quality

BILD and its members are proud to build safe, quality, complete communities across the GTA.

New home sales continue to climb

New-home sales in the GTA remain strong as April figures show continuous improvement over 2013.

BILD launches the Breaking Ground civic awareness series

As part of its 2014 communications strategy, BILD has once again launched a civic awareness campaign with the Toronto Star.

A few facts about GTA condos

The GTA is a tale of two markets and you can’t properly assess the strength and stability of the high-rise sector without first looking at its ground-related counterpart.

A few facts about the GTA’s condo market

The housing market in the GTA is experiencing a seventh consecutive month of year/year increases, which is largely driven by the high-rise sector. Yet there still seems to be a fair share of skeptics who continue to paint the picture of a bursting condo bubble in near sights.

Understanding Section 37

As mentioned in some of our previous posts, the Ontario government is currently working to improve land-use planning in our province through an 80-day public consultation process.

Condo buying still a hot topic

If you’re in the market for a new condominium, now is a great time to start your search.

Column Series on Development Charges

BILD President and CEO Bryan Tuckey has dedicated his Toronto Star column space to explaining the complex issue of development charges to the newspaper’s readers. The series focuses on the work that BILD Chapter members do throughout the year as various municipal and regional development charges by-laws come up for review across the GTA.

Low-rise sales continue to slide

Greater Toronto, May 24, 2013 – Consumer confidence in the GTA’s new homes market is still low as sales amounted to the third-worst April on record, the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) announced today.