Toronto’s sizzling condo market slows down in 1st quarter, 2018

            Toronto’s heated condo market looses some steam due to the growing development costs and some of the condo project cancellations. They have produced some caution into Toronto’s hot condo market, and with more project terminations likely yet to come, comments Urbanation, the development research company. Urbanation found that new Toronto condo launch prices went up 23 per cent year over year at the end of the 1st quarter, 2018. Even with a really large number of condo development projects that were launched in 2017, about 53 condo developments projects with nearly 14,000 units that still had

388 Yonge St, Toronto Condo, Yonge and Gerrard, 2+1 br, 3 w/r, Sold Price $2,905,000

downtown tornto         388 Yonge St, Toronto Condo, Yonge and Gerrard, 2+1 br, 3 w/r, Sold Price $2,905,000   Address: 388 Yonge St., Unit 7610,   Main Intersection: Yonge St. and Gerrard St. W.   Asking price: $2,999,000   Selling price: $2,905,000   Previous selling price: N/A   Area: approx 3,055 sq. ft.   Parking: 2 owned underground spaces + 1 owned locker   Maintenance fees: $2,200 / month   Realty Taxes: $16,097 (2017)   Bedrooms: 2 + 1   Bathrooms: 3   Sold: March, 2018                      

155 Dalhousie St., Toronto Condo, Church and Dundas, 2 br + 2 w/r, Sold Price $1,350,000

      155 Dalhousie St., Toronto Condo, Church and Dundas, 2 br + 2 w/r, Sold Price $1,350,000   Address: 155 Dalhousie St., Unit 759,   Major Intersection: Church St. and Dundas St. E.   Asking price: $1,288,000   Selling price: $1,350,000   Previous selling price: $1,100,000 (March 2017)   Size: approx. 1,765 sq. ft.   Parking: 1 owned underground space + 1 owned locker   Maintenance fees: $1,156.99 / month   Taxes: $2,510 (2018)   Bedrooms: 2   Bathrooms: 2   Sold: March 4, 2018.                           This

Owning or Renting Condo Apartments or Homes In Toronto

            Owning or Renting Condo Apartments or Homes In Toronto Max Seal, Broker’s Comments: In Toronto as of now, we are in April, 2018. The question of “Owning or Renting Condo Apartments or Homes In Toronto” is a subjective one and the merits an demerits vary greatly between the prospective home buyers and the home or apartment renters and their individual family and financial circumstances. Here are some of the facts in Toronto real estate market as of April, 2018:   For the Toronto Home or Condo Buyers:   Owning or Renting Condo Apartments In

275 Yorkland Road Condos For Sale, Don Mills Subway Condos For Sale

      For Sellers, 275 Yorkland Rd Condos for Sale, Central Toronto   Are you thinking to sell your Condo in 275 Yorkland Rd, North York?   For a “Free Market Evaluation”, please click the “Free Market Analysis Online” image below and complete and send the “Market Evaluation” form.   Please call or text Max Seal, Broker at 647-294-1177 or click Contact Max link and send an email for a FREE 30 min. consultation with NO obligation.   We keep all personal information confidential and it will be used for ‘Market Evaluation’ only.     For Buyers, 275 Yorkland

Toronto condo prices up but home prices down in August, 2017

          The Realtors and the Economists are finding a return to normal in Toronto’s housing market. A fourth consecutive month-to-month decline in median house prices has continued while condo prices are still going up. The Toronto Real Estate Board( TREB) reported that the average cost of a home in August — $732,292 (including all residence types and condos) — was still up 3 per cent or about $20,000 to August 2016. But that is still down about 20 per cent, or $187,000 lower than April, 2017, when the average cost peaked at $919,086. The number of

88 Charles St. E, Toronto – Central Toronto Condo Sold

  YONGE-CHURCH CORRIDOR Location: 88 Charles St. E., Unit 403, Bloor St. E. and Church St. Asking price: $299,000 Selling price: $337,500 Previous selling price: $127,500 (2004) Size: about 477 sq. ft. Parking: no parking, no locker Maintenance fees: $329.21 per month Taxes: $1,506 (2016) Bedrooms: 0 (studio) Bathrooms: 1 Days on the market: 5                             The affordable downtown studio unit located in a midrise building sold for 113 per cent of the asking price in less than a week. “This conveniently located studio suite situated one

Growth to New Condos in 2016 and 2017 in Bloor-Yorkville

  Once a refuge of hippies, artists, and folk singers, Yorkvillle has transformed over the last forty years to become one of the city’s toniest neighbourhoods, home to the country’s most expensive commercial real estate, along with some of the city’s best restaurants and hotels, and at its northern periphery, to some of the most well-kept Victorian row-homes in Toronto. Eminently walkable, and well served by transit, this beloved Toronto neighbourhood has become a nexus of wealth and style, with condo and home prices that very much reflect its ever-increasing exclusivity. This edition of our Growth to Watch For series

Growth to New Condos in 2016 and 2017 in Downtown Toronto North

  In this edition of our Growth to Watch For series, we will take a tour of Downtown North, a relatively small, yet rapidly intensifying area of Toronto defined by the University, Bay, and Yonge Street corridors from Charles to Gerrard. Neither as jam-packed with tourists and day-trippers as the Downtown Financial Core to the south, nor as glitzy as Bloor-Yorkville’s Mink Mile to the north, Downtown North has long served a mixture of more staid urban usages. To the west, Hospital Row, the University of Toronto, the Ontario Legislature, and several government ministry buildings of Queen’s Park have defined University Ave,

Map Shows How Expensive Condo Prices Are Along Subway Lines

  If you’re in the market for a new residence, but don’t want to stay far from the Subway line, Toronto Star has created a map that indicates the average cost of condos nearest TTC subways stops. The map shows the average price per square foot you pay to purchase a Condo in Toronto. According to the information provided by Condos.Ca, the cost of homes appears to increase along the Bloor-Danforth line, the closer you get to The Yonge-University Line. The areas with the most bang for you buck are Yorkdale, Ellesmere and Laurence East, while Museum, Queens Park and