16 Aug Toronto home buyers and sellers play the waiting game.
Original article via Globe and Mail. Click here to read.
Toronto in mid-August feels like a city waiting with bated breath.
The real estate market is drowsy and buyers and sellers are anxious to know what will happen when it comes back to full consciousness in September.
“They’re not sure whether the market slowed down for the summer for normal, seasonal market reasons – or whether we’re on a downward slope,” says Boris Kholodov, an agent with Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd, Johnston and Daniel Division.READ FULL ARTICLE