Posts Categorized: Real Estate Appraisal in Toronto

Strong Sales in Toronto to Close Out 2013

December 19th, 2013 | Posted by trout-admin

Housing and real estate markets have been a source of grave concern across the world in recent years. In Canada, however, it’s been nothing but good news for property sellers during 2013, and the domestic market in this country only looks like it’s going to get stronger. For Toronto and other Canadian cities, this means… Read more »

Is Toronto Under-retailed?

December 2nd, 2013 | Posted by trout-admin

City centers like Toronto, one of the largest cities in North America, are becoming the focus of a lot of swirling activity in recent real estate markets. After decades of city dwellers lighting out for the suburban hills for some peace and quiet, a reverse trend is now being seen where workers want to live… Read more »

TORONTO MARKET OVERVIEW: PART TWO

September 20th, 2013 | Posted by trout-admin

Over the past year, the demand for commercial real estate has continued to outstrip demand. Capitalization suppression for small mixed-use commercial and multiple residential properties has continued downward as investors seek steady income streams for investment purposes. We have seen firsthand many instances where good quality investment properties have received multiple offers and are being… Read more »

TORONTO MARKET OVERVIEW: PART ONE

September 19th, 2013 | Posted by trout-admin

It’s the one you didn’t see coming that hurts the most. The Toronto real estate crash of 1989 and the fall of Lehman Brothers (and the subsequent spillover into the subprime mortgage crisis) in 2008 were major events that most experts did not see coming, but inflicted financial pain to many. Conversely, many experts are… Read more »