Category Archives: Decision Making

Starts … Not What They Used to Be

And I don’t mean the specific number of Starts, but the indicator in general. In the GTA we have gone from a new homes market comprised primarily of Low Rise product types (detached, semi-detached, row townhouse) to one that now … Continue reading

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Compare, Compare, Compare…..

The way I try and learn about a given submarket, or municipality, or neighbourhood, or any corner of the GTA, is to compare it to other areas. The way to Location, Location, Location is through Compare, Compare, Compare. I like … Continue reading

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The Launch Effect

As you may be aware, I put a lot of effort into, and quite enjoy, finding different ways to present housing data. Data visualization can be a means to finding relationships that are difficult to find with just a table … Continue reading

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RealInfo NH updated for October. Now what do I do?

October New Homes data for the GTA and the GCA has been available in the RealInfo NH service since late last week and we’re currently preparing and delivering all the monthly reports for clients and data contributors. Once you have … Continue reading

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Market Knowledge, Data, & Decisions

Welcome to the new blog. I’m Steven Hurst and I crunch numbers for RealNet Canada and show clients how to use market data in their real estate decision making to reduce risk and improve results. I’ll be writing this blog … Continue reading

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