October 5, 2017- While some freehold house listings are attracting multiple offers, many neighbourhoods in Toronto are seeing a drop in price from a year ago. Some, like C10, which includes Yonge & Lawrence, saw year over year price increases of 5.8% for detached homes. The condo market is red hot with condo apartments in C10 selling 20.7% higher than a year ago. Downtown condos in C01 are selling at prices 19.5% higher than a year ago. Read the new TREB Market Watch Report and for personal real estate advice, contact Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Royal LePage RES Ltd., J&D Division, Brokerage 416-489-2121
Aug 6, 2017- Don’t let sensational headlines sway you- the Toronto real estate market may not have seen increases in the last few months, but hey- it is summer. And prices were increasing at a rapid rate. TREB’s Market Watch Report shows that year to date average sale prices of all home types have increased 17.3% from this time last year. Still a large gain. So if you are considering buying, don’t sit on the fence- with mortgage rates rising and lending rules tightening, buy now. Thinking of selling? Don’t wait. There is pent up demand for good properties and lending practices will make it more and more difficult for buyers to be able to borrow. Now is the time. Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, J&D Division of Royal LePage RE Services Ltd., Brokerage 416-489-2121
June 5, 2017- Sale prices of detached 416 homes rose 17% since a year ago, but have decreased 4.7% since last month. 416 condo apartment prices are up over 27% since a year ago, but down 2.3% from April to May 2017. Active listings went way up in the last two months, but are still low, especially in the condo market. Multiple offers are occurring, although less so. Read TREB’s Market Watch Report here, For more information or advice on the Toronto market, contact Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel Division of Royal LePage R. E. Svcs. Ltd., Brokerage- 416-489-2121
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
March 6, 2017- No wonder the competition is fierce for property in Toronto- not enough product for all the interested buyers! The average selling price is up 27.7% from this time last year- detached houses in 416 are selling for $1,573,622 and a condo apartment is selling for $515,424 on average. Read the full TREB Market Watch report and contact Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel Division, Royal LePage Real Estate Services, Ltd., Brokerage 416-489-2121 for winning strategies in this tricky market, for personal award-winning service, and over 24 years of experience selling Toronto homes.
Feb 3, 2017- Active listings are down by half, sales are up 11.8% and the average Days on the Market is down 34.5% to only 19. The average selling price for a detached property in the 416 area is now $1,336,640. The average selling price of a 416 condo apartment is $471,409. With such short supply, prices keep increasing. Even though Donald Trump remains a wild card, and the Vancouver market has changed, the Toronto market stays strong. If you have a property to sell, what are you waiting for? Read TREB’s Market Watch Report and contact Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel, Division Royal LePage RES Ltd., Brokerage for personal real estate service and advice. TOrealestate.ca 416-489-2121
January 5, 2017- The average sale price of all homes in Toronto went up 20% in the last year- detached homes up 23.7% on average and condo apartments up 16.6%. In the City of Toronto, the average price of a detached home is now $1,286,600. In Central Toronto, $2,068,876! In the City of Toronto, the average condo sold for $466,692. In Central Toronto, $626,118. The feeling is that the market will remain strong, but there are new borrowing rules, borrowing rates are increasing, and there are big question marks coming from our neighbour to the south. Our city and country remain attractive to foreign buyers. Read TREB’s Market Watch Report and visit TOrealestate.ca for more info on Toronto real estate by Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel, Division of Royal LePage R.E. Services Ltd., Brokerage 416-489-2121