Real Estate
 

March 1, 2021

 
 
Top stories
 
Toronto’s exploding home prices may be drawing out the flippers
 

Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd.

  Toronto’s exploding home prices may be drawing out the flippers
 

Carolyn Ireland

One renovated bungalow in the Bathurst Manor area provides a snapshot of the action in Toronto-area real estate: The home sold in September around the $1-million mark, then swapped hands in February for $285,000 more.
 
Agents are seeing a lot more of this type of transaction throughout the Greater Toronto Area, where rapidly escalating real estate prices are prompting buyers to place houses back on the market not long after they’ve picked up the keys.
 
 
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Giving Toronto condo buyers a helping hand
 

Elad Canada

  Giving Toronto condo buyers a helping hand
 

Shane Dingman

 
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B.C. real estate industry braces for postpandemic immigration boom
 

DARRYL DYCK/The Globe and Mail

B.C. real estate industry braces for postpandemic immigration boom
 

Frances Bula

 
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The market
 
Off the charts: How Canada’s real-estate market defied expectations in the COVID-19 pandemic
 

Illustration by Matthew Billington

  Off the charts: How Canada’s real-estate market defied expectations in the COVID-19 pandemic
 

Rachelle Younglai

 
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Toronto real estate
 
Garden suites: A new strategy for adding gentle housing density
 

Studio North

  Garden suites: A new strategy for adding gentle housing density
 

John Lorinc

 
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With supply tight, east-end buyers make a strong offer
 

Royal LePage Signature Realty

With supply tight, east-end buyers make a strong offer
 

Sydnia Yu

 
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Mortgages and rates
 
TD becomes first major bank to hike fixed five-year mortgage rates amid surge in bond yields
 

Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press

  TD becomes first major bank to hike fixed five-year mortgage rates amid surge in bond yields
 

Robert McLister

 
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In case you missed it
 
Home of the Week: A Hamilton home that kept its rare art moderne flair
 

Shane Dingman

 
Real Estate Reporter
 
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