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Just Listed - 35 Blue Ridge Rd.

***An Absolute Bayview Village Gem*** Meticulously Maintained & Tastefully Upgraded, Rare 5+1 Bedrooms With Thousands Spent On Recent Updates, Bright & Spacious, Traditional Living Room & Formal Dining Room With New Sliding Doors To Professionally Landscaped & Extremely Private Yard, Multiple Walk-Outs To Oversized Deck & Patio, Hardwood Floors Throughout, Main Floor Laundry, Steps To Subway, Parks & Shopping. This Is A Must See!!!

Just Listed - 25 Wycliffe Cres.

***Spectacular Value In Bayview Village*** Large 3 Bedroom Brick Bungalow With Attached Double Garage & Bonus Above Grade Basement With Walk-Out & Second Kitchen, Hardwood Floors Throughout, Wood Burning Fireplace. Perfect For Builder, Renovator Or End User. Awaits Your Decorator's Touch. Terrific Location Surrounded By Many Custom Built-Homes, 103 Ft Across Rear Of Lot, 7653 SqFt (As Per MPAC), Newer Garage Door, Easy To Rent Out On This Family Friendly Street!

Toronto MLS Average Resale Home Price March 2019

Toronto MLS Sales-to-New Listings Ratio March 2019

Toronto MLS New Listings March 2019

Toronto MLS Sales March 2019

GTA REALTORS® Release March 2019 Stats

April 3, 2019 -- Toronto Real Estate Board President Garry Bhaura announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 7,187 residential sales through TREB's MLS® System in March 2019. This result was inline with 7,188 sales reported in March 2018. For the first quarter of 2019, sales were down by one per cent compared to Q1 2018. "The OSFI stress test continues to impact home buyers' ability to qualify for a mortgage. TREB is still arguing that the stress test provisions and mortgage lending guidelines generally, including allowable amortization periods for insured mortgages, should be reviewed. The supply of listings in the GTA also remains a problem. Bringing a greater diversity of ownership and rental housing online, including 'missing middle' home types, should be a priority of all levels of government. TREB is happy to be taking part in the City of Toronto's consultations for the Housing TO – 2020-2030 Action Plan, and will certainly be raising the supp

Canadian Housing Trends 2019

Sluggish Start to 2019 Provides Silver Lining for First-time Home Buyers in the Country’s Largest Cities

National home price growth slowed to 2.7 per cent year-over-year in the first quarter of 2019 Home prices in western Canada forecast to decline Price growth in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) remains steady, supported by low inventory Slowdown in Greater Vancouver driven by policy changes Greater Montreal Area home price growth continues to outpace the GTA and Greater Vancouver Ottawa home prices inch ahead of Calgary for the first time TORONTO, April 4, 2019  – According to the Royal LePage House Price Survey released today, Canada’s residential real estate market showed slowing year-over-year price growth in the first quarter of 2019. Early in 2018, Canada experienced the most significant housing correction since the 2008 financial crisis. Markets showed signs of recovery late in the year, yet the figures for early 2019 suggest that the market has once again slowed. The Royal LePage National House Price Composite, compiled from proprietary property data in 63 of the nation’s