Union city condos.A monologue from a Canadian real estate agent. Recently, guests and friends often complain to me that on the one hand, they regret not buying or changing houses a few years ago, and on the other hand, they are always worried that they are buying at a high level and that house prices in Toronto will fall.Please Visit: Union city condos to Get Your VVIP Registration Today!
This requires an understanding and analysis of the current real estate market in Toronto, not because Toronto house prices have been arbitrarily thinking that prices are going to fall a few years ago.
I remember two or three years ago, on the real estate discussion section of a large local Chinese website, a netizen who had not bought a house in Toronto for more than 10 years said, “if it is a mistake not to buy a house in Toronto in the past 10 years, then buying a house now is an even bigger mistake.” As soon as this post came out, it attracted a lot of support and praise from netizens who insisted on not buying a house. And if they really persist until now, their intestines are already remorseful, and it would be an “even bigger mistake” not to buy a house two or three years ago.
In real life, some bears just can’t get out of the corner, sit back and watch the sky, talk to themselves, and don’t understand the actual changes in the outside world. It’s only natural that their views are wrong again and again.
Take a closer look at Toronto today. Toronto, an international metropolis, is in the process of great changes, gradually moving from a second-class international metropolis to a first-class metropolis. We have caught up with an era of great development in Toronto. At the same time, this is also a golden era for the development of Toronto’s real estate market. Foreign hot money, especially Chinese hot money, is constantly being injected into Toronto’s housing market. Toronto’s housing market is in excellent form.
Recently, Toronto has been rated as a livable city in the world, not only in terms of living environment, but also in terms of economic activity, cultural diversity, employment environment and so on. Immigrants, foreign students and the rich from all over the world will continue to flock to Toronto. Toronto will become more and more urbanized, and house prices will inevitably continue to rise.