Real Estate
 

December 1, 2020

 
 
Top stories
 
Buyers growing shy in heated Toronto market
 

The Print Market

  Buyers growing shy in heated Toronto market
 

Carolyn Ireland

People clamouring for space are pushing prices higher in the Toronto-area real estate market as buyers compete for properties.
 
But some buyers are becoming wary of the bidding wars that have propelled prices to new records in the Greater Toronto Area.
 
 
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Tenant advocates say new measures tangling eviction appeals
 

Yader Guzman/The Globe and Mail

  Tenant advocates say new measures tangling eviction appeals
 

Shane Dingman

 
Real Estate Reporter
 
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Stuck indoors during COVID-19, some homeowners build backyard pods for extra space
 

Tijana Martin/The Globe and Mail

  Stuck indoors during COVID-19, some homeowners build backyard pods for extra space
 

Vicky Mochama

 
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The market
 
Canada’s September home sales set record, soaring 45.6% from last year
 

Graeme Roy/The Canadian Press

  Canada’s September home sales set record, soaring 45.6% from last year
 
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Toronto real estate
 
Buyer nails down Lawrence Park house with over-asking bid
 

Sotheby’s International Realty Canada

Buyer nails down Lawrence Park house with over-asking bid
 

Sydnia Yu

 
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Frustrated buyers finally land a home in Toronto
 

Re/Max Hallmark Pierre Carapetian Group

Frustrated buyers finally land a home in Toronto
 

Sydnia Yu

 
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Mortgages and rates
 
Former Canntrust CEO named president of Mortgage Alliance
 

The Globe and Mail

  Former Canntrust CEO named president of Mortgage Alliance
 

Mark Rendell

 
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In case you missed it
 
  Toronto real estate brokerages told to stop displaying home sales data older than two years: TRREB memo
 

Rachelle Younglai

 
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