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Toronto New Home and Condo Sales are up 123% in April

Following last month’s explosion in search and purchase requests from Toronto condo buyers, GTA new home and condo sales are up 123% from April of 2018.  According to Altus, high-rise condo sales are up 137% from April 2018, as well as low-rise sales, up 81%.  Considering, April’s increases in both purchase requests …

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GTA condo purchase requests surge, nearing 2017 levels, are sales poised to rebound?

CondoNow has seen an explosion in search and purchase requests from buyers in the first four months of 2019. The historical average ratio of purchase requests to GTA new condo sales sits at 12%. This year that ratio has climbed by 1100% to an average of 133%. Does this growth in demand …

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Idy Claimed a $500 IKEA Gift Card + More in Rewards – BottomLine

BottomLine Rewards Recipient Idy Wai

Congratulations Idy Wai, our most recent BottomLine Rewards Program recipient! Idy claimed a $500 IKEA Gift Card after purchasing a home with CondoNow Certified Agent, Daniel Liu At CondoNow, it’s very important to us that all our customers receive the best customer service and care from the beginning of their …

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Top 10 Real Estate News Stories From June 25 – July 8, 2018

Our CondoNow experts have narrowed down the top 10 real estate news stories from June 25 – July 8, 2018. The cost of homeownership in Vancouver hits “crisis levels”, Toronto demands mid-rise housing and Sidewalk Toronto’s plan deadline pushed back to Spring 2019. We’ve cultivated a list of the top …

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Why Ottawa is Canada’s Ripest City For Investment

With a booming tech industry, increasing population density, low unemployment rates and major neighbourhood and infrastructure rejuvenation projects underway, Ottawa is Canada’s ripest city for investment. The city’s landscape is going through a metamorphosis with new high-rise condo developments, one of the country’s strongest startup and tech industries and a …

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