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New forms of housing are stacking up

The GTA land development and home building industry is constantly innovating and looking for ways to meet housing demand and provide consumer with affordable housing options while still complying with provincially mandated Growth Plan density targets.






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Record year for the GTA new homes market

In the GTA new homes market, 2016 was a record setting year for low inventory, high prices and high-rise condo sales.






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Outdated zoning bylaws act as barriers to intensification

Outdated zoning bylaws in municipalities across the GTA are contributing to our worsening housing supply shortage, further eroding choice for new home buyers and ultimately adding to the price growth of new homes.






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2016 could be record year for GTA high-rise sales

Sales of new high-rise homes in the GTA are on pace for a record year.






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GTA new detached homes eclipse $1 million mark

The average price of new detached homes in the Greater Toronto Area has surpassed $1 million for the first time.






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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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A year of strong sales and record prices

In the GTA, 2015 was a year of strong sales for new homes and condominiums and a year of record-breaking prices.






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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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Housing affordability an important issue for everyone

Housing affordability is an important issue in the Greater Toronto Area, and one that has most residents worrying about what the future will hold for them and for their children.






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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.