Johnston and Daniel

Yes: The Toronto Real Estate Market Is Still Strong

September 9, 2017- While it is true overall that much of the year over year value gains in real estate had diminished by this summer, condos and demand freehold properties in some neighbourhoods are still attracting multiple offers and over list prices. Like downtown condos, with year over year price increases of 24.4% west of Yonge (C01) and 18.7% east of Yonge (C08). Rising mortgage rates may spur waiting buyers to get back in the market. This Fall will be interesting. Read TREB’s Market Watch report and contact Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, J&D Division of Royal LePage R.E. Svcs. Ltd., Brokerage 416-489-2121


Toronto Real Estate Stats Highlight Heated Seller’s Market

April 5, 2017- And so it continues….With active listings down a further 35.2% from last year, sales up 17.7%, inventory gets tighter so frustrated buyers are paying high prices to obtain scarce properties in Toronto. The average sale price of properties of all types is up 33.2% this year to $1,661,780 for a detached property and $550,299 for a condo apartment. (416 area). Want strategies on how to snap up a place? Or how  to maximize the sale of your home? Read the full TREB Market Watch Report and connect with Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel, Royal LePage RE Svcs. Ltd., Brokerage 416-489-2121

Toronto Real Estate Market Stays Strong

autumnOctober 5th, 2016- The statistics out today from the Toronto Real Estate Board show the sustained demand for our fair city with increased sales, low inventory, and higher sale prices. The average sale price of a detached 416 property is up 23% from this time last year, now selling for $1,294,482 and up 6.5% to $446,294 for condo apartments. Read the full Market Watch Report and visit for personal real estate advice and services including downsizing and investment properties- Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Royal LePage RES Ltd./ Johnston & Daniel, Brokerage- 416-489-2121

Extraordinary Design on Pie-Shaped Lot in Quiet North Toronto Cul-De-Sac


October 4, 2016- Vaulted ceilings and thoughtfully placed windows showcase sunlight and inspiring views of greenery. Over 3500 SF of living space. Open concept main level entertaining spaces lead to the 66′ wide landscaped private backyard. 186 Banff Road is a very special  residence, walking distance from great schools & shops including a new Whole Foods. For more information, please visit TOrealestate.caAndrea Stark, Sales Representative, Royal LePage RES Ltd/ J&D Division, Brokerage- 416-489-2121

Toronto Real Estate Sales Up Over 21% This Year

Top3122March 4, 2016- The stats are in. With active listings down 14.8% from this time last year, inventory conditions are even tighter. The average sale price of a detached home in the 416 area is now $1,211,459, which is up 14.9% from last year. 416 condos are selling for $435,579 on average. Buyers need the assistance of a diligent real estate professional more than ever to keep up with this fast-paced market and who have connections to off-market properties. For sellers, yes most properties will sell, but a smart, experienced REALTOR can maximize your profit and help make your transition seamless. Read the full TREB monthly report and visit– Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Royal LePage RES Ltd, Johnston & Daniel Division, Brokerage 416-489-2121

Cricket Club Executive Residence- Backyard Oasis with Pool

429_elm_road_MLS_HID900502_ROOMMainExterior1July 2, 2014- Excellent layout and finishes- super high ceilings, high quality wrought iron railings, skylights, lots of storage and flow of design. Four plus two bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, amazing Master with Juliet balcony and walk-in closet with full length window! Awesome backyard with tiered decks and built-in storage, flowering trees and shrubs, Solda pool and custom shed. Four fireplaces, Irpinia cook’s kitchen, bright spacious basement and built-in garage. Unbeatable value, just steps to Avenue Road shops and great schools. $1,800,000- See more on the site- Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Royal LePage/ J&D Division, Brokerage 416-489-2121

Late Spring Season Pushed The Toronto Market Into June This Year

housing_charts3July 4, 2013- The Toronto real estate market Spring season came late this year, but stats show that the average sale price in the City of Toronto, (all home types), increased 15.5% from June 2012 to June 2013. Downtown condo prices remain pretty flat (stable), but midtown and low-rise condo prices are increasing. In C02, midtown Toronto, the average condo apartment sale price increased 28.78%! For more information, please review TREB’s Market Watch Report, hot off the presses.