Real Estate
 

January 18, 2022

 
 
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Omicron COVID-19 variant likely to add fuel to real estate fire, realtors say
 

The Print Market

Omicron COVID-19 variant likely to add fuel to real estate fire, realtors say
 

Carolyn Ireland

The Toronto-area real estate trends that have fueled a run-up in prices since the coronavirus pandemic began are likely to intensify in the early months of 2022 with the wave of infection caused by the Omicron variant, agents say.
 
Andre Kutyan, a broker with Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd., predicts that the first quarter of 2022 will look much like the fourth quarter of 2021 in the carriage trade segment of the market. People who are more inclined to stay home want to do so in comfortable surroundings.
 
 
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Housing advocates push for increased regulation of Canadian landlords
 

Justin Tang/The Canadian Press

  Housing advocates push for increased regulation of Canadian landlords
 

Kerry Gold

 
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Calgary’s struggling high-end real estate market sees ‘complete turnaround’
 

Hayden Pattullo

  Calgary’s struggling high-end real estate market sees ‘complete turnaround’
 

Ximena Gonzalez

 
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Toronto real estate
 
Scarborough’s Milne Avenue
 

TAS Design Build

Scarborough’s Milne Avenue
 
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Warehouses discarded by industry are being embraced by the community and developers
 

TAS Design Build

  Warehouses discarded by industry are being embraced by the community and developers
 

Dave LeBlanc

 
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Despite lack of parking, Little Italy townhouse in Toronto sells over asking
 

Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd.

Despite lack of parking, Little Italy townhouse in Toronto sells over asking
 

Sydnia Yu

 
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Mortgages and rates
 
Finally, an open mortgage with a stellar rate and no strings
 

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  Finally, an open mortgage with a stellar rate and no strings
 

Robert McLister

 
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In case you missed it
 
  North Toronto renovation builds up, while still retaining home’s heritage character
 

Dave LeBlanc

 
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