Brad J. Lamb is easily one of the most recognizable names in the Toronto real estate game. After beginning his immensely successful real estate career as a broker specializing in selling condos, Lamb branched out and has since solidified his company’s reputation as a top tier developer by nailing projects like Flatiron Lofts, King Charlotte Condos and Gotham Ottawa.

Lamb has never been shy when it comes to offering his opinion on the state of Toronto’s real estate market. He recently released a booklet called “The Myth of the Toronto Condo Bubble” to tackle all the chatter surrounding the city’s love-hate relationship with high-rise towers.

Here’s a run-down of the five questions we asked Brad J. Lamb in his King West office:

1) What’s the premise of your booklet?
2) Why publish it now?
3) Why are so many media outlets portraying the high-rise market here negatively?
4) The Bank of Canada suggested there’s overbuilding in the condo market. What do you think?
5) Why do you think so many Torontonians dislike or mistrust condos?

But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Lamb had plenty more to say about the future of Toronto’s market. Check back next week for a more in-depth post exploring exactly why Lamb doesn’t take much stock in all the bubble talk.

If you can’t wait, we buzzed with Lamb just last summer and the full Q&A is up online.

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