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Condo buyers come from all stages of life

What a year it’s been for condo sales. As of the end of July, condo apartments in high-rise and mid-rise buildings and stacked townhomes accounted for almost 80 per cent of the year-to-date sales of new construction homes in the GTA.






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Buying a new construction home

If you’re ready to buy a home, I would encourage you to consider buying a new construction home. About 25 percent of the homes purchased in Canada each year are new homes. Among the many benefits of new homes are that you get to choose your builder based on reputation and quality, and you get to personalize the features of…






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Pace of GTA new home sales drops while inventory continues to decline and average prices increase

Sales of new construction homes slowed down in July, while the overall supply of new homes continued its unprecedented decline and prices of available homes continued to increase, the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) announced today. There were 1,752 new home sales in July, according to Altus Group, BILD’s official source for new-home market intelligence. That was significantly…






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New housing market continues to climb with condo sales reaching record high

In June, the GTA’s new housing market continued to climb with condominium sales reaching a new record high.






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Ontario housing plan not slowing down GTA’s new home market

The Province’s fair housing plan, introduced in April, has had little real effect on the new home market in the GTA. Prices continue to increase and supply, especially for single-family low-rise homes, continues to be low.






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Province’s Housing Plan having little impact on the GTA new homes market

In May, the GTA’s new housing market showed few signs of slowing down, especially the condominium segment.






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Innovative designs provide consumers with choices

Our industry is constantly innovating and working to offer home buyers design choices they want to live in at prices they can afford.






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Out-of-date zoning continues to impede intensification

Now that the Province has increased intensification and density targets in the GTA and plans to replace the Ontario Municipal Board with a Local Planning Appeal Tribunal, it’s more important than ever that municipalities update their zoning by-laws.






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Demand for new homes continues to outpace supply and drive prices in the GTA

In April, demand for new homes in the GTA continued to outpace supply, and prices for all types of available new homes were up significantly.






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37th annual BILD Awards Winners

A complete list of winners from the 37th annual BILD Awards.