04 Dec Signs of real estate innovation after Supreme Court decision opens housing data.
Original article via CP24. Click here to read.
When Chris Pollard wanted to list his Toronto condo, he decided to try a private sale in his neighbourhood first.
And thanks to a Supreme Court decision last year against the Toronto Real Estate Board, he and his wife were able to look up how much similar units had sold for in the area to better price the home themselves.
Private listings and other alternative sales models are still outliers in Canada’s real estate market, despite an opening up of data on sale prices and listing history.CLICK FOR THE FULL ARTICLE