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CMHC Housing Outlook 2009 - Real Estate Toronto

How will the GTA Toronto resale market perform in 2009?
What is the Direction of the GTA New Home Market?
What are the Key trends in Condominium Apartment Market?

Topics include;

  • Employment Growth
  • Wages
  • Mortgage Rates
  • Home Buying Intentions
  • Increased Choices in Home Buying
  • What is the Ratio of Tenants to Home Owners
  • Will Prices Fall
  • Should you Hold or Sell?

All these and many other questions are answered in this report.

December 1st 2008, I attended this presentation by Canada Mortgage and Housing. It is a good read filled with charts and past historical data.

CAUTION This is not the material you read in the media.

The site will email you the CMHC Housing Market Outlook instantly with your Name, Address and Phone and a valid email address.
Get factual and informative data instantly.

David Pylyp

Etobicoke Real Estate Agent

Accredited Senior Agent for York Peel and Halton Regions

Lives in Toronto and promotes Giving Value

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Comment balloon 0 commentsDavid Pylyp • December 18 2008 09:38PM
CMHC Housing Outlook 2009 - Real Estate Toronto
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