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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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Laneway suites could help increase housing supply

As we continue to contend with ongoing housing woes in the GTA, laneway housing is one potential way to help increase supply and provide much needed rental units.






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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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Purpose-built rentals can help address housing demand

After years of being dormant, the purpose-built rental market is starting to come to life again as more developers consider building rental housing but there are still many challenges in the way.






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Record month for condo sales as low-rise inventory drops to unprecedented scarcity

February was a record breaking month for new condo apartment sales in the GTA, while the number of new low-rise homes available to buy reached unprecedented levels of scarcity.






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Parking Levy not the right tool to fill budget gap

We all have to pay part of the cost of much needed infrastructure. As a result, revenue tools are a difficult subject for everyone. Here are some facts around the potential implications of a new parking levy.






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The impact of rising home prices on millennials

As more millennials look to buy their first homes, many are finding themselves priced out of the market.






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Condo living on the horizon for new families

As prices of new low-rise homes in the GTA continue to reach all-time highs, more and more families are calling new condominiums home.






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Supply Dynamics are Impacting GTA Home Prices and Shaping Market

Demand for home ownership remains strong in the GTA, and dynamics around housing supply are impacting prices and redefining the market, said the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) and the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) at their first ever joint briefing on the state of the GTA housing market.






Innovation doesn’t happen overnight

The way homes and communities are built today has evolved significantly over the years, particularly when it comes to energy efficiency and environmental preservation. Behindevery new green feature created, there are years of research and development.