Real Estate

There might be some hope for future homebuyers in Toronto and the GTA after all.

Re/Max published its Hot Pocket Communities Report for 2022, in which the company compares what the real estate market has been looking like between the first and second quarters for Toronto and the entire GTA.

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If you're looking to own some property in the GTA but can't drop a cool seven figs to own a place in Toronto, then listen up.

The city of Markham currently has a tax sale on some real estate properties, and right now the starting bid is as low as $8,190.48.

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Everybody loves a buy-one-get-one-free deal, especially when it involves two full-sized homes in Ontario.

Enter 245 Hudson Point Road, Brockville, a self-proclaimed "little slice of heaven" that offers panoramic views of the St. Lawerence River and houses two separate residences.

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It seems like Torontonians can't escape expensive living situations in the city as both the real estate and rental markets alike are both seeing tear-jerking prices.

A recent Rentals.ca and Bullpen Research and Consulting rental report not only showed how much rent costs in Toronto and the GTA, but how much it has gone up across Ontario too.

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It is looking rough out there for hopeful homebuyers in Toronto, as the city's housing market is currently facing a major downturn.

Robert Hogue, of the Macroeconomic and Regional Analysis Group with RBC Economics, recently published a special housing report that delved into the downturn of some of Canada's largest housing markets as a result of the Bank of Canada's higher interest rates.

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Have you always imagined yourself living in a gorgeous lakeside house? Perhaps one built by a long-lost lover? Well, this Ontario home is the actually achievable version of that lofty goal.

This listing in Sarnia is a five-bedroom and two-bathroom home and offers a lot of bang for its buck.

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While Toronto's real estate market is notoriously expensive, trying to find a spot to rent is no cheap feat either.

On July 28, the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) published its rental market summary for the second quarter of this year, and it's not looking good for prospective renters.

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If you love the idea of staying in a gorgeous Italian villa but hate travelling, this under $1 million Ontario home could be the answer you've been looking for.

1561 Oliver Road, located in Thunder Bay, is a five-bedroom, two-bathroom bungalow that offers an expansive 1,791 square feet of living space, which is on sale for $684,900.

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Fans of the series Suitswill be happy to know that the infamous closer Harvey Specter's apartment is up for the sale in Toronto.

The two-bedroom, elevator-accessed space is just under 3,000 square feet, and while the decor and New York City skyline from the nine-season series may not be there, the bones of the apartment are still recognizable.

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Believe it or not, finding a sizeable Ontario home for under a million is still possible. You just have to know when and where to look.

3 Creek Drive is an expansive three-bedroom and two-bathroom home located within the quaint community of Pefferlaw, Georgina in Ontario.

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If you had the displeasure of dipping into Toronto's condo market in 2020, you probably remember it as a pretty soul-crushing place to explore.

However, according to Strata, a Toronto-based real estate agency, the 6ix's real estate market is actually starting to chill out a bit, offering first-time home buyers a chance to view 416 condos differently.

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Buying a home is a major milestone in life most people look forward to, but if you live in Toronto in 2022, chances are you'll have to settle for renting.

Ratehub.ca calculated how much a person needs to make per year to afford a home using real estate data from March 2022 to June 2022 – and unless you're pulling in big bucks at work, you probably can't afford one.

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