For over 15 years the growth in the Greater Toronto Area, specifically in the real estate industry, has been unprecedented in both size and scope. Our thriving market has continuously flourished, seeing the construction of over 46,000 high-rise condominium and 5.1 million square feet of office space in 2014.

Toronto is a city of neighborhoods, most on tree-lined streets within close proximity to schools, shops and public transportation. Toronto is home to the finest universities, museums, hospitals and entertainment. We pride ourselves on our diversity and celebrate our cultural mosaic with festivals, parades, wonderful authentic dining and unique cultural events.

In fact our new condominium division, Forest Hill New Developments, participates in new residential building development by marketing and selling preconstruction properties for luxury developers and selling close to $100 Million in preconstruction condos.

The Toronto Region’s population base is one of the fastest growing in Canada. New housing and accommodations are perpetually on the rise, with 40% of Toronto youth, between 18 and 25, moving to their city within the last five years for school, work, or a better life. Compared to other Canadian cities, Toronto’s shown unparalleled development with a population increase of 28.65% in the last 15 years, and nearly one in five Canadians living in the Greater Toronto Area.

Canada’s Top 10 CMAs Ranked by Population and Projected Population Growth, 2014–2019

2019 RANK CENSUS METROPOLITAN AREA 2014 2019 AVERAGE ANNUAL CHANGE 2014-2019 AVERAGE ANNUAL % CHANGE 2014-2019
1 TORONTO, ON 6,552,370 7.096,202 108,766 1.6
2 MONTREAL, QC 4,186,281 4,473,317 57,407 1.3
3 VANCOUVER, BC 2,483,571 2,707,138 44,713 1.7
4 CALGARY, AB 1,499,616 1,670,946 34,266 2.2
5 EDMONTON, AB 1,355,671 1,487,085 26,283 1.8
6 OTTAWA-GATINEAU, ON-QC 1,279,928 1,399,934 24,001 1.8
7 QUEBEC CITY, QC 796,452 853,495 11,409 1.4
8 WINNIPEG, MB 708,765 752,707 6,788 0.9
9 HAMILTON, ON  554,172 559,560 9,078 1.6
10 KITCHENER-WATERLOO, ON 543,980 592,889 9,782 1.7


In the City of Toronto, the average price for a detached home in December 2016 was $1,286,605, semidetached houses sold at an average of $808,920, average townhouse price was $662,959, and an average price of a condo apartment was $466,592. Year-over-year price change reflected 23.7% for a detached house, 8.4% for a semi, 23.5% for a townhouse, and 16.6% for a condo.

As indicated by the above statistics, Toronto is a vibrant, safe, cosmopolitan city. It attracts a young upwardly mobile professional and educated demographic. These factors, combined with it’s distinctive features, have contributed to Toronto’s consistent inclusion on the The Economist’s list of the “Best places in the World To Live”, ranking number one in 2015