Toronto’s condo market is still extremely strong, despite the fact a number of projects in the city have recently been cancelled, says Sam Mizrahi, developer of what will be Canada’s second-tallest building.
“I’m a supporter of inclusionary zoning, and I think we need more of it, but supply is not the root cause and inclusionary zoning is not a complete solution,” said CBRE Canada executive vice chairman Paul Morassutti.
How many transactions did the average Toronto Realtor do in 2017? Search Google all you want – you will never find the answer to that question. The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) doesn’t make this available.
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