It’s a complicated issue but here is a summary of reasons:condo prices
Toronto Real Estate Inventory Statistics
A stat I watch weekly is resale condo inventory for the city of Toronto (Eglinton, DVP, Dufferin, Lake Ontario). This covers what I largely consider “downtown”.
Below is the history of early January inventory for the past 8 years.
This stat tends to predict what prices will do over the year. 713 units is a tiny supply for this region. I think this indicates significantly high prices for 2018. If a huge burst of supply doesn’t come we have some big long-term price issues.
Toronto Housing Starts & Housing Starts Per Capita
We are currently not building enough homes in Toronto. As you can see we build less homes per capita in Toronto than gets built in Vancouver and Calgary. Why is that? Red tape and anti-development measures are strangling the needed housing growth in Toronto. Statistics don’t lie.
Most of you are probably unaware of the various moves that the city of Toronto and province of Ontario have initiated that will terribly injure Toronto’s real estate economy.
These moves are going to drive real estate prices significantly higher to levels never imagined in this decade. I now predict that per square-foot condominium prices in central Toronto for quality ‘high design’ buildings could rocket to $1,500 per square-foot by 2027…
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