Toronto luxury market, analysis of listings, agent gunned down

According to reports, the Toronto luxury real estate market hasn’t suffered quite as much as one would think based on lower price-point housing sales.

Our weekly roundup of real estate news from Toronto, Canada, the U.S., and around the world ending Sept. 22, 2017.


Sales of $4-million-plus Toronto homes poised to rebound (The Toronto Star)

It turns out that high-end real estate buyers — those willing to spend $4 million-plus on property — aren’t entirely immune to the foibles of the Toronto housing market.

But the super-luxury market hasn’t suffered quite as badly as lower price points, according to the fall forecast being issued by Sotheby’s International Realty Canada on Tuesday.

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