RealEstateSimon Tag

As expected, January was a slow month in the Toronto real estate market. Just 4,009 sales were reported, up a wee bit from 3,987 last January. (For reference, there were 5,188 in January 2017; 4,640 in January 2016; and 4,318 in January 2015, so the last couple of...

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The Toronto real estate market had a slow-ish November, with sales volume dropping 14.7%, from 7,326 in November 2017 to 6,251 last month. At the same time, the number of new listings dropped 26.1%, from 14,260 to just 10,534, and the total number of listings...

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September was a decent month for real estate in Toronto. TREB reported 6,455 sales, up 1.9% over September 2017. I'd call that basically flat (i.e. stable). The average sale price hit $796,786, which was up 2.9% year-over-year. That basically the same as the inflation rate (the August...

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The summer months are usually relatively quiet in the Toronto real estate market. There are some obvious reasons for that - people change gears and shift their attention to fun activities, and lots of folks take every opportunity to get out of the city. That...

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For most of 2018 so far, it has appeared that the Toronto real estate market has been 'down'. All along, I've been saying that it only looks that way because of the crazy price spike that occurred in the first few months of 2017, and...

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Midland Park is a gorgeous neighbourhood of mid-century modern homes built in the late 50s-early 60s. Many existing trees were left intact, and the housing was designed and built to fit the landscape. Today, it's a quiet, leafy community of wide, winding streets, tall trees...

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The Toronto Real Estate Board reported 7,834 sales in May 2018, 22.2% fewer than May 2017. There were 19,022 new listings posted to the Board, 26.2% fewer than the same month last year. Despite fewer new listings, the total number of available listings increased by 13.2%,...

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