The Ryersonian spoke to three real estate experts about how the coronavirus has impacted Toronto’s student rental housing market and what these shifts might mean for Ryerson renters post-COVID-19.
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Homebuyers turning to townhouses as an affordable way into Toronto’s heated housing market will have to look elsewhere, according to a new report from Ryerson’s Centre for Urban Research and Land Development (CUR).
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Toronto Wednesday to announce the Liberal’s National Housing Strategy.
On Tuesday, Statistics Canada released its latest batch of findings from the 2016 census. One set focused on housing.
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Cardboard cutouts plastered with packing tape line the apartment’s teal baseboard vents where they meet the dirty linoleum. While they appear to be holding something together, resident Clara Purdy said the cardboard is there to keep something out: unwanted houseguests.
“I don’t like hearing the mice run in the walls,” said the fourth-year Ryerson fashion communications student. “It still bugs me, even after four years.”