‘I’m glad we’re not buying a house’: I’m glad I’m not buying my own house

I’m thrilled to see how many people are using this as an opportunity to buy a home, and I’m even more excited to see what sort of home people buy for their kids.

As an adult, I have spent most of my adult life in a single-family home and have never been able to buy another home.

For most of that time, I bought a house, but I was never happy with it.

I was looking for a home that I could call my own and build my life around, and for most of this time, it didn’t exist.

But now that I’ve been able and willing to spend more time with my kids and spend more of my time at home, I’ve decided that I’m really, really happy with the way we’re living in Toronto.

And I think that’s what we’re seeing with the housing market.

The average sale price for a Toronto home is now around $300,000, up from $300.1 million a year ago.

In 2016, the average sale was $279,000.

And if you factor in the new condo sales, the price of a condo is now almost $1 million, which is almost double the $913,000 average price for all homes sold in the city in 2016.

The median price for homes in the 416 area code in 2017 was $1.5 million, up slightly from $1 billion in 2016, while the median price in the surrounding area code, where the population is about 2.3 million, was $539,000 in 2017.

While it’s true that a lot of this is driven by the new condos and condos being built in the region, there are also a lot more young people who are buying homes for their first home, with the median age at purchase in 2017 being 39 years old.

The typical buyer is a single man with a college degree or higher, with two children under the age of 18, and a family size of two adults.

The number of people who own their own home is also up significantly, from 1.5 people per 1,000 people in 2016 to 1.9 people per thousand in 2017, a big increase from 1 per 1.2 people in the years prior.

And the number of young people buying their first homes is actually on the rise, with 4.5 percent of the population over the age 50 buying their own homes in 2017 (down from 5.2 percent in 2016).

But there’s a lot that’s also happening in the housing markets in Toronto, too.

In the past few years, the real estate industry has become more inclusive.

The city’s first-time homebuyers are now more likely to be women, young, people of colour, people with disabilities, and people who make under $50,000 per year.

And this is reflected in the fact that a majority of first-home buyers who were previously unaffiliated with the realtors they work with in 2016 were white, middle-aged, and working class.

For millennials, the housing crisis is also affecting the housing stock.

While a majority (51 percent) of first home buyers in 2017 said that they would not move to a neighbourhood with high housing costs if they could, this figure has risen to 62 percent for first-year buyers and 56 percent for buyers who bought their first property before 2017.

But while the realtor-client relationship is improving, there is still a big gap between what a first-person buyer sees and what a realtor sees.

In 2017, only 25 percent of realtor buyers saw a housing stock that is more affordable than their own.

But if you look at the average first-generation home buyer’s survey, it’s about 54 percent of first graders said they see a housing market that is affordable.

The survey was conducted by the Toronto Real Estate Board and has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.