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The market finally appears to be cooling down after a nearly unimaginable rise in home prices — the average home cost almost 40% more in May 2022 than in May 2019. But questions remain: What if the cooling off turns into a housing crash? Is this a good time to buy a home — or is renting smarter than buying right now? If you’re contemplating a move amid all the uncertainty, read on for a look at the rent vs. buy dilemma — and some tips for how to decide which option is best for you.
Unless you’ve been living off the grid, you know that the economic headlines lately aren’t exactly sunshine and roses. The news of inflation and a cooldown in the overheated housing market are enough to make a potential first-time homebuyer try van life for a while. But is that really necessary? Do you really need to put your moving plans on hold? Here’s a glimpse of what the experts are saying.
Following a brief pause in the midst of the 2008 financial crisis, the Toronto housing market — buoyed by a combination of low mortgage rates, low inventory, strong immigration, and suspected foreign speculation — continued a long run of precipitous growth. For perspective, if you bought a home in the city of Toronto in 2010, the value of that same home today has increased by at least 150%! A big part of this long-term gain has come most recently as the average sale price of a home in Toronto has increased by a staggering 40% since May 2020.
As the market continues to bounce back, a lot of people are finding that they want to continue traveling, and the short-term rental market is stretching itself to meet that demand. You might even find yourself interested in remodeling or renovating your home and investing, but is now the best time? These trends are here to help you decide.
We can’t predict what the housing market is going to do, of course. But what can we tell you? Some pros and cons of buying a home, selling a home, or even renting out your home in 2022. Covering topics from the housing bubble to inflation to interest rates, here’s advice to help you decide if now’s the time for you to jump in.
Sometimes, even with the shortest lease available and regardless of your original plans, you need to bounce early. A new job opportunity, a new love, family obligations — we get it. That’s where this guide comes in. We’ll walk you through what you need to know before signing a lease or (gasp!) breaking one.
Ready to join in on this crazy real-estate market game? It’s not too late! If you’ve been thinking of listing your home, consider these six ways to boost your profits, and you’ll be cashing in on this seller’s market in no time!