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Urbaneer’s Toronto Real Estate Fall 2014 Forecast: Part One

October 20th, 2014 | Real EstateUrbaneer's Real Estate Forecasts

It’s simple, really - the economic relationship between supply and demand. But what begins as a simple premise has created widespread impact, with financial, social and demographic implications in the City of Toronto. Welcome to Urbaneer’s hotly anticipated dose of seasonal prognostication - our Toronto Real Estate Fall 2014 Forecast.… Read Full Entry

Urbaneer’s Spring Forecast 2014: Part Two

May 7th, 2014 | Tales From The Real Estate TrenchesUrbaneer's Real Estate Forecasts

Welcome to Urbaneer’s Spring 2014 Forecast: Part Two, where we will glimpse at and ponder the stories behind two of the Toronto property market’s most influential players: interest rates and the condominium market. Did you miss Urbaneer's Spring 2014 Forecast: Part One?   The Condo Market: The Subtext The Toronto… Read Full Entry

Urbaneer’s Spring 2014 Forecast: Part One

April 16th, 2014 | Tales From The Real Estate TrenchesUrbaneer's Real Estate Forecasts

Do you know the saying "The more things change, the more they stay the same"? I mention it because this old adage can be applied (at least in part) to the mechanics driving the upward momentum of the Toronto property market, albeit with some new dimensions to old influences. Welcome… Read Full Entry

A New Year & A New Marketplace - An Urbaneer Forecast

January 29th, 2014 | Real EstateUrbaneer's Real Estate ForecastsThe DanforthLeslieville/RiversideRiverdale / Playter EstatesCabbagetown / CorktownSt. Lawrence MarketAnnex / South Annex / Seaton VillageCollege Street/Little ItalyLittle PortugalQueen WestWallace/Emerson & Brockton VillageRoncesvalles Village

According to the latest stats from the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), 2013 was another banner year for the Toronto real estate market, characterized by robust sales activity and a continued gap between demand and available stock, which put upward pressure on prices. Total sales inched up and prices swelled.… Read Full Entry

Urbaneer’s 2013 Fall Forecast: Part Two

October 3rd, 2013 | Urbaneer's Real Estate Forecasts

Welcome to the second  installment of urbaneer’s real estate 2013 Fall Forecast, where we look at the role that demographics, investment as well as buying behaviour play in shaping the future of this market. Did you miss Part One where we examined the influence of interest rates and lending policy?… Read Full Entry

Urbaneer’s 2013 Fall Forecast: Part One

September 12th, 2013 | Urbaneer's Real Estate Forecasts

Welcome to urbaneer’s 2013 Fall Forecast - Part One. While we're pleased that the condo market has overall shown stability this year, and the scorching demand for freehold housing suggests that values will keep escalating until buyers reach their own thresholds of affordability, Toronto's condo market is a marionette hanging… Read Full Entry

Spring/Summer Forecast 2013: Be Wary of the Condo Crunch

May 6th, 2013 | Real EstateUrbaneer's Real Estate Forecasts

Welcome to the second installment of urbaneer’s current round of prognostication: our Spring/Summer forecast for 2013 on Toronto's condominium market. Last year we predicted we'd be in for a wonky market. Well, it's come true. Click HERE to see last year’s forecast. Like in nature, real estate follows a cycle… Read Full Entry

Spring/Summer Forecast 2013: The Central Toronto Freehold Housing Market

April 30th, 2013 | Urbaneer's Real Estate Forecasts

Welcome to the first installment of urbaneer.com’s prognostication, our Spring / Summer 2013 Forecast. This installment explores the dynamics of the central Toronto freehold housing market, with our second installment - coming soon - analyzing the city's condominium market. Last year we predicted we'd be in for a wonky market.… Read Full Entry

Our Spring / Summer 2013 Fashion Forecast For Housing

April 25th, 2013 | Real EstateUrbaneer's Real Estate Forecasts

This may surprise you, but the fashion forward aren’t the only people who monitor the trends and styles that designers send down the runway. Economists and realtors like me also look to cool hunters in the fashion world to forecast consumer consciousness and behaviour. Of course, fashion and real estate… Read Full Entry

Urbaneer’s Summer 2012 Real Estate Forecast - Part 2

July 9th, 2012 | Real EstateUrbaneer's Real Estate Forecasts

As a child I often played the Monopoly Board Game with my family. The game of Monopoly is a real-estate trading game that was developed in the first half of the twentieth century. The premise of the game is that eventually, due to market forces simulated within the game as… Read Full Entry