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Toronto prices will soon hit bottom, before beginning to climb: RBC

Tuesday Nov 7th, 2017

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TORONTO PRICES WILL SOON HIT BOTTOM, BEFORE BEGINNING TO CLIMB: RBC Sarah Niedoba, BuzzBuzzNews Image courtesty of: Flickr/Franco Folini After a slow summer following the introduction of the province's Fair Housing Plan, Toronto's housing market could be balancing out. According to RBC Senior Economist Robert Hogue, the market seems to have largely adjusted to the effects of the plan, first introduced in April.  "Concerns that the initial sharp market reaction to... [read more]

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