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CTV National News Interview Archive
Monte Burris discusses the current state of the real estate market with CTV National News on a weekly basis. The full archive of interviews can be watched below.
Interview: July 9, 2017
Toronto is facing the biggest housing sales decline in eight years. Monte joined CTV to discuss how the market got ahead of itself (it’s still up year over year) and is now just returning back to normal.
Interview: June 25, 2017
Warren Buffet made a $400M investment in Home Capital, providing a $2B
credit line and an endorsement for the Canadian real estate market.
Interview: June 18, 2017
In Toronto, the number of listings are up, while the number of sales continue
to slump. Monte Burris breaks down this market trend.
Interview: June 12, 2017
Economists say Canadian housing market is on the verge of a “severe downturn”.
Is it true? Monte Burris weighs in.
Interview: June 5, 2017
Home Capital Group meltdown caused a ripple effect extending to alternative
mortgage lenders. Can this be a problem for buyers?
Interview: May 28, 2017
Is the GTA housing market experiencing a cooldown? Housing sales dropped
by 26% this month.
Interview: May 21, 2017
Ontario cottage prices are soaring. Find out what it takes to enter the
summer home market.
Interview: May 7, 2017
An influx of new listings resulted in a delayed spring market in Toronto.
Interview: April 23, 2017
The provincial government released Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan in hopes to
cool red-hot housing prices in the GTA.
Interview: April 17, 2017
The average price of a detached home in the city is just over one and a half
million dollars, causing a GTA housing meeting to be scheduled.
Interview: April 9, 2017
Home prices have increased 33% since March 2016, resulting in few people
finding a home in the Toronto market.
Interview: April 2, 2017
The price of housing in Toronto is increasing faster than it is in any other city
Interview: March 26, 2017
The newly released federal budget doesn’t address the housing bubbles
across the country.
Interview: March 5, 2017
A housing market correction is on the horizon for the Toronto & Vancouver
Interview: February 26, 2017
January housing sales speed up in the city – selling on average in 19 days.
Interview: February 20, 2017
Home prices in Toronto are up 22.6% over last year, causing economists to call
Toronto’s market a bubble.
Interview: Jan 22, 2017
A new study shows that January is the best time to buy a home.
Interview: January 8, 2017
B.C’s tax on foreign buyers has resulted in a steep drop in real estate
transactions in the Vancouver area.
Interview: January 1, 2017
Real estate predictions are made for the upcoming year and beyond.
Interview: December 18, 2016
B. C. introduces interest-free loans to help first-time home buyers with their
Interview: November 27, 2016
Toronto Real Estate Board raises concerns of proposed land transfer tax reforms.
Interview: November 21, 2016
Shifts in mortgage rates and lending rules will affect both buyers and sellers.
Interview: November 6, 2016
TD Bank raises its prime rate on variable-rate mortgages.
Interview: October 9, 2016
New mortgage rules introduced by Bill Morneau will have an immediate effect
on first-time homebuyers.
Interview: September 25, 2016
The OECD has called for more controls on the housing market in Canada that
could affect both buyers and sellers.
Interview: August 7, 2016
It’s been one week since the new 15% land transfer tax came in for foreign
home buyers in Metro Vancouver and the fallout has begun.
Interview: July 31, 2016
The foreign home buyers tax in B.C. begins implementation on Tuesday.
Interview: July 24, 2016
New study compares the average housing prices in cities around the world
including Toronto and Vancouver.
Interview: June 5, 2016
The government should do more to understand foreign investment in Canadian
Interview: May 29, 2016
Property assessments of some homes in Toronto show an increased value of almost 50%.
Interview: May 15, 2016
The Toronto and Vancouver housing markets are distinctly different regarding