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Cosmos Condos in Vaughan
High interest, unique and custom designs developed with great care and attention to individual suites will make Cosmos Condos a highly sought after location in Toronto’s newest downtown in Vaughan.
There is a Tesla car to be won by the agent that attains specific sales targets for this project!

Featuring Marco Filice, Senior Vice President, Liberty Development, Barbara Lawlor, President, Baker Real Estate Inc, Angelika Bekman, Broker, RE/MAX Holdings Inc and hosted by Zia Abbas.

Torontonians are paying the highest price to live the urban dream
House prices have been climbing steadily in Toronto since 2000. The average price of a detached house passed $1-million last year, economic jitters be damned. An eight-foot-wide Victorian went on sale for three-quarters of a million.

FINTRAC steps up training for realtors
The anti-money laundering watchdog put together a work book and a webinar for real estate agents, and last summer gave a presentation to the Canadian Real Estate Association, according to emails obtained by The Canadian Press through an access-to-information request.

Canadians optimistic of greater strength in housing sector – poll
A significant portion of Canadians has taken heart in the continued activity in the country’s real estate markets and is expecting even greater strength from the sector that has been acknowledged as a tent-pole in Canada’s still-recovering economy, weekly polling found.

UrbanToronto’s Development Guide: Growth to Watch For 2016
2016 editorials in an exhaustively comprehensive survey of Toronto’s ongoing and upcoming development.

Do you know why you might get sued?
Do you know the No. 1 reason driving Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) complaints and successful lawsuits against Realtors?

Welcome to the jungle of Toronto’s real estate market
The Greater Toronto Area’s notorious bidding wars, bullies and jaw-dropping offers propelled the region’s real estate market to a new high water mark for the first quarter of 2016.

Deconstructing housing affordability in the GTA
Housing affordability is a growing concern in Canada, especially in urban centres such as the GTA, where the average price of a detached home in the 416 area code now exceeds $1-million according to the Toronto Real Estate Board’s latest resale stats. However, there is no consensus on how to quantify the problem. That might soon change with the recent debut of the shelter consumption affordability ratio, or the SCAR index, as the Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis (CANCEA) calls it.

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