Greater Toronto Area

zoning

CondoBusiness

GTA condo sales surge 17.4 per cent: TREB

According to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), there were 8,965 condominium apartment sales reported in the second quarter of this year, representing a 17.4
rental market

REMI Network

GTA office market Q1 shows positive results

The first quarter of 2016 saw positive results for The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) office leasing market, mainly due to downtown leasing.
rent

CondoBusiness

Soaring home prices in GTA cause rent increases

The average cost to rent a condo in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) has increased 6.8 per cent year-over-year to $2.53 per square foot, according
zoning

CondoBusiness

GTA home sales jump 21.1 per cent in February

In February, 7,621 home sale transactions took place in the Greater Toronto Area, a 21.1 per cent increase compared to February 2015, according to the
zoning

CondoBusiness

GTA home sales up 8.2 per cent year over year

According to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), there were 4,672 residential transactions in the GTA reported through the MLS System in January 2016, an
Luxury housing market

CondoBusiness

GTA luxury home sales doubled in 2015

Luxury properties priced over $5 million in the GTA saw unparalleled demand in 2015, causing sales to soar 108 per cent to 77 units, up
GTA

CondoBusiness

GTA new home sales above average in 2015

There was strong demand for new homes in the GTA last year, resulting in the third-highest annual sales in the past decade, according to the
Luxury housing market

CondoBusiness

2015 luxury real estate sales surged in key cities

Markets in the Greater Toronto Area and Vancouver had a record year for residential real estate over $1 million in 2015, with the most significant
Hamilton

CondoBusiness

Hamilton in high demand by GTA buyers

Hamilton has been steadily gaining popularity among GTA home buyers as it is one of the more affordable options for those looking to purchase a
Transit oriented development

Canadian Property Management

Factors of intensification and transit imbalance

Why has development in the GTA over the last decade not happened closer to planned or current transit infrastructure? An industry panel discusses factors.
Toronto Condos

CondoBusiness

GTA new home sales outpace 10-year average

According to the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD), sales of new homes and condominiums in the Greater Toronto Area were just above the 10-year average in January. In the high-rise sector, a total of 825 new condo sales were tracked for the month.