Working with a Realtor Explained

Tuesday Jul 20th, 2021

Humber Bay Real Estate Blog

TRESA is a consumer protection legislation, regulating the conduct of real estate brokerages, their salespeople, and brokers. The Act provides consumer protection in the form of deposit insurance and requires all registered real estate professionals to carry errors and omissions insurance. When you choose to use the services of a Realtor, it is important to understand that this individual works on behalf of a brokerage. The brokerage carries ultimate responsibility for all its... [read more]

A look at our real estate market past and future

Thursday Feb 8th, 2018


If you’re like most Torontonians with an interest in our real estate market, you’ve probably been inundated with perspectives and predictions from the media recently. Reporters use headlines like “the only thing colder than Toronto’s weather is Toronto’s real estate market”. Analysts tell us that January brought a 22% decline in home sales, a 4% price drop, and that number of listings are climbing. While this may be rooted in truth, what the media... [read more]

TRREB's 2020 Market Year in Review and Outlook Report

Monday Feb 10th, 2020

TRREB Market Year In Review 2020

Toronto Regional Real Estate Board President Michael Collins announces the release of TRREB’s fifth annual Market Year in Review and Outlook Report.  This year’s Market Year in Review and Outlook Report, entitled The Time is Now: Planning for Growth in the GTA, follows the increased demand for ownership and rental housing, and the persistent constrained supply of listings, especially where ownership housing is concerned. TRREB’s baseline forecast is calling for... [read more]


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