The Market has taken a drastic turn on the heels of the hottest market we have ever experienced in the GTA. According to data from the Toronto Real Estate Board, Home prices were up over 30% year over year, the average price of a home crushed $1,000,000 and home speculators were cashing in Big Time. Investors were making upwards of $250,000 in less than 1 year on some condo projects downtown, home flippers were making upwards of $500,000 in as little as three months in the low rise market and home owners north of Toronto saw their homes triple in value in less than five years.
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Summertime in Toronto
Now that the May long weekend has passed we have welcomed summer and all its warmth. We have more long weekends ahead of us and we have better weather on the up rise so heading outdoors is a definite must. If you’re looking to get a head start on some summer planning in Toronto, here is a list of upcoming events that you need to check out!
‘Spring Fever’ means Real Estate is in full bloom
Spring has finally shown its face after what seemed like a never ending winter. We no longer are dressing in layers and boots but rather are rushing outside with a light jacket. Spring is a great time of year, it means new beginnings and renewal as the Canadian geese are back home and trees and flowers are beginning to bloom.
But spring also has a special place in Real Estate and it seems with spring fever comes an increase in home sales.
Besides real estate, the biggest boom in Toronto has to be burgers. The battle of the burgers has been on the up rise in the past couple of years and you can’t really go anywhere without running into a burger joint.
The varieties are endless, the number of patties is increasing and it seems when it comes to burgers anything goes! So if by now I have you craving a burger, try hitting up some of these hot spots that are perfecting the burger while breaking all the rules.