Real Estate
 

June 25, 2021

 
 
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Toronto realtors see a slackening of demand
 

Christopher Katsarov/The Globe and Mail

  Toronto realtors see a slackening of demand
 

Carolyn Ireland

House hunters from the centre of Toronto all the way up to cottage country are running out of steam.
 
Patrick Rocca, broker with Bosley Real Estate Ltd., noticed an abrupt change around the Victoria Day Weekend in May.
 
 
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As temperatures rise, Toronto tenants told to not use window air conditioners due to risk of falling units
 

Fernando Morales/The Globe and Mail

  As temperatures rise, Toronto tenants told to not use window air conditioners due to risk of falling units
 

Shane Dingman

 
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Citizen researchers comb through B.C.’s real estate data trove
 

DARRYL DYCK/The Globe and Mail

  Citizen researchers comb through B.C.’s real estate data trove
 

Kerry Gold

 
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The market
 
Canadian home prices could climb 14 per cent in pandemic’s second year as low rates stoke demand, CMHC says
 

Mark Blinch/Reuters

  Canadian home prices could climb 14 per cent in pandemic’s second year as low rates stoke demand, CMHC says
 

Rachelle Younglai

 
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Toronto real estate
 
Agent/investor cashes out of downtown Toronto condo on market high
 

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Agent/investor cashes out of downtown Toronto condo on market high
 

Sydnia Yu

 
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Victorian home in Prince Edward County is proof that every house has a story
 

Emilio Ciccarelli

Victorian home in Prince Edward County is proof that every house has a story
 

Shane Dingman

 
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Mortgages and rates
 
Amid rising inflation, should mortgage shoppers go fixed or variable? Maybe they don’t have to choose
 

Tijana Martin/The Globe and Mail

  Amid rising inflation, should mortgage shoppers go fixed or variable? Maybe they don’t have to choose
 

Robert McLister

 
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Matthew Hague

 
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