Last year, the Greater Toronto Area’s housing market was in recovery mode with sales activity bouncing back from a rough 2018. This year, you can expect prices to heat up even more.
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October 2019 proved to be a strong month for the Greater Toronto Area’s resale market, with home sales and prices still climbing, while new listings continued to drop.
Tomorrow is Halloween, but to be honest, the only thing that’s kind of frightening me right now is how expensive new condos in the Greater Toronto Area are getting.
The Greater Toronto Area’s resale condo market is going strong according to the latest quarterly findings from the Toronto Real Estate Board, but there are some areas where average prices are falling.
In the third quarter of 2019 (Q3-2019), there were 10,800 condo apartments rented through the MLS system, which is 17.3% higher than the same quarter a year ago.
The typically busy fall market in now upon us, and according to the Toronto Real Estate Board’s latest resale figures for September 2019, the season is off to a strong start.
The Toronto Real Estate Board recently announced that they are “encouraged” by the federal parties’ focus on housing issues, but there’s a bit more to the story than meets the eye.
According to the latest report from the Toronto Real Estate Board, the Greater Toronto Area’s resale market remained tight through August 2019.
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