Real esate sales across Canada rose another 2 per cent over the past month, with housing market activity reach the highest level since January 2018! Unfortunately, the number of new listings brought to market declined by 1.2 per cent.
If you've ever wanted to live in a slice of an authentic century-old brick and beam factory loft in downtown Toronto, The Button Factory at 200 Clinton Street - offered for $1,699,000 - is worth seeing!
Statistics released today by The Canadian Real Estate Association reveal that the number of national home sales inched up 0.9% in March 2019, making a slight comeback from the sharp drop in real estate activity documented in February 2019.
I've long been fascinated by Toronto's loft real estate market! In this piece, I offer a historical synopsis of this unique urban housing form, including a psychographic profile of original loft dwellers in the 1990s.