Affordable home ownership is a growing concern and remains a priority issue for The Toronto Real Estate Board. Housing prices continue to rise across all home types in the GTA as the supply of listings remains constrained.
On January 31, TREB will release its annual Market Year in Review & Outlook Report which shines the spotlight on “Connecting to Affordability.” This year’s report breaks down the question of housing affordability, distilling complex information about the GTA housing market, as well as the policies and economic issues that impact the wider Greater Golden Horseshoe region, into digestible language.
The report will contain several key sections, all informed by empirical evidence:
* Market Year in Review: The Market in 2016
o Features results of TREB-commissioned Ipsos studies on consumer preferences and foreign buyer activity.
* Market Outlook: Looking to 2017
o Features results of TREB-commissioned Ipsos study on consumer intentions.
* Transit Infrastructure & Housing Affordability
o Features results of a TREB-commissioned study on transit infrastructure’s impact on housing affordability.
* Commercial Report
* Housing Affordability: Understanding Supply
o Features submissions on how the supply side impacts housing affordability from a range of industry and public sector stakeholders.
Whether you’re interested in a quick snapshot of the market or obtaining a greater understanding of some of the policy issues that impact housing affordability, along with possible solutions, this report has it.
Be sure to download your copy at TREBhome.com.
Do you have questions about the GTA real estate market? Talk to a Toronto Real Estate Board Professional Member Realtor. For updates on the real estate market, visit TREBhome.com. If commercial property is what interests you, contact a TREB Commercial Professional Member Realtor by visiting trebcommercial.com.
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