Toronto buyers tread cautiously into fall housing market
Sales and Average Price Up in August
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October 2015 Edition
 October 2015 Edition     
Toronto buyers tread cautiously into fall housing marke
Toronto buyers tread cautiously into fall housing market
Toronto buyers tread cautiously into fall housing marketReal estate buyers in Toronto appear to be treading more cautiously into the fall market – especially compared with the excessive bidding that took place in the city last spring.Chander Chaddah, a real estate agent with Sutton Group-Associates Brokerage Inc., listed two houses recently; one sold on offer night and the other didn’t.The one that didn’t sell is a three-storey semi-detached house on Wright Avenue in Roncesvalles Village.The house, which has an asking price of $1,249,900, is the type of large, renovated family home that often attracts a crowd of bidders, he says. There’s a high-end kitchen with an eating area and doors opening to a deck. The owners also enlarged the lower level in order to build a media room.“The offer date came and went,” he says, adding that several other houses in the same area remained on the market after the official deadline for bids.
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Sales and Average Price Up in August
Sales and Average Price Up in August
Sales and Average Price Up in August  TORONTO, September 4, 2015 – Toronto Real Estate Board President MarkMcLean announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 7,998residential transactions through the TREB MLS® System in August 2015. Thisresult represented a 5.7 per cent increase compared to 7,568 sales reported inAugust 2014. On a GTA-wide basis, sales were up for all major home types.The annual growth rate in new listings was greater than the annual growth rate insales, but active listings at the end of August were still down compared to last year.This suggests that sellers’ market conditions remained in place, especially wherelow-rise home types like singles, semis and townhouses were concerned.“Buyers in the GTA remain confident in their ability to purchase and pay for a homeover the long term.
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Are You Fit To Sell?
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ARE YOU FIT TO BUY ?
ARE YOU FIT TO BUY ?
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RENTING VS. BUYING, WHICH IS BETTER?
RENTING VS. BUYING, WHICH IS BETTER?
One thing is for sure; we all know that we need a roof over our head. In most people's case they end up having to pay either Rent for this roof or a Mortgage payment, unless of course you have a rich family that can offer you FREE or Reduced Rent. The point is, we ALL have to pay for a roof over our heads.
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