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Dhaval Desai's blog
Sales grew 13.4% in August YoY, and 24.3% over July as a strong unpredicted upswing hit the Toronto housing market. Forecasts are for continued rising prices in the high density homes sector (Toronto condo forecast) as listings (down 10.5% YoY) lag behind buyer demand.
The Toronto Real Estate Board says home sales in the Greater Toronto Area in August were up 13.4 per cent compared with a year ago.
The Greater Toronto Area's home price index was up 4.4 per cent last month as the supply of properties for sale tightened and the number of sales jumped 24.3 per cent from July last year, the Toronto Real Estate Board reports.
The Toronto region’s resilient housing market helped fuel strong sales and price growth in markets across Southern Ontario in June as home buyers in the GTA looked for more affordable properties. Canada's largest housing market registered another month of double-digit sales gains in June, while deteriorating inventory helped push prices higher.
Toronto home sales surge nearly 19 per cent in May 2019, Toronto home prices climbed last month as sales volumes roared ahead by almost 18.9% per cent, Toronto's housing market could be shifting to favour sellers as home sales growth outpaces listings growth.
Toronto Real Estate Board(TREB) announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported a substantial year-over-year increase in home sales in April 2019.
Toronto’s housing market posted little year-over-year difference in the volume of local home sales recorded in March, with just one fewer unit sold, Slipping sales figures for the Greater Toronto Area appear to be stabilizing.
Toronto’s housing market posted its biggest monthly sales decline in a year last month, though resale home prices rose 1.6 per cent year over year in February to an average of $780,397 across all home types.
Home sales in the Toronto region will start to climb again in 2019 after two years of declining, but Ottawa should nonetheless rethink a tough new mortgage rule that is a drag on the market, the Toronto Real Estate Board said.