Toronto condominium

Toronto Home Market Experiences Slowest March Sales In 10 Years

April 4, 2018- TREB’s March 2018 stats are out today, which show that,  from the average March statistics from the past ten years, the number of home sales is down over 17%, active listings are down 3%, and the average sale price is down 14.3% since last year- for all types of properties- except condo apartments, with sales price increases of over 6% since March 2017. Is it time for you to rightsize to a condo? Or pick one up as an investment? Contact Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, J&D Division of Royal LePage RES Ltd., Brokerage 416-489-2121

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Toronto Condo Market Keeps Sizzling Through Winter

February 6, 2018- The Toronto Real Estate Board’s January 2018 statistics show that, although 416 detached home prices are down 12% from a year ago, the average 416 condo apartment sale price is up 15%. Still, due to the low inventory of homes on the market, many freehold properties are selling over asking. Let’s also keep in mind we started 2018 under freezing cold weather conditions, whereas 2017 began quite warm. With new borrowing rules and rising interest rates, (and the weather warming up), the time to list is NOW, while some buyers still have pre-approvals at lower rates under the old rules. Don’t wait for Spring. Read the full Toronto Real Estate Board Report here and for advice and personal real estate guidance, contact Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel Division of Royal LePage RE Svcs., Ltd., Brokerage 416-489-2121

TREB Stats Show: Now Is The Time To Buy Toronto Real Estate

July 5, 2017- Active listings are finally up for freehold properties. But active 416 condo apartment listings are actually down 32% from a year ago. The average detached 416 house sells for $1,503,868, the average 416 condo apartment $564,808. There is less than a two month supply of homes so there is demand for properties. There has been a blip with many factors happening at one time, like the Ontario Fair Housing Act and many homeowners listing all at once, but the feeling is that the Toronto market will stay strong. A good time to be buying, especially a freehold property. Read the full Market Watch report here and visit TOrealestate.ca Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Royal LePage Real Estate Svcs., Ltd., J&D Division, Brokerage 416-489-2121 andrea@andreastark.ca

Toronto Real Estate Board Statistics Continue To Show Increased Sales and Prices

copy-of-j_d-social-media-logo_full-colour-600pxDecember 13, 2016- Goes to show how busy I am- never this late with monthly market updates! So: sales are up in Toronto 16.5% from this time last year and the average sale price of all properties is up 22.7%. The average sale price of a detached home in the 416 area is up 32.3% to $1,345,962 and the average condo apartment is up 13.5% to $471,266. So far, the new mortgage rates have not affected activity in Toronto. We will see what happens with Donald Trump and a predicted rise in interest rates. Review all the facts in this month’s Market Watch report- and visit RetireWellToronto.com Andrea Stark, SRES, Sales Representative, Johnston & Daniel- A Division of Royal LePage RE Services Ltd., Brokerage- 416-489-2121

Toronto Real Estate Monthly Stats Show Active Listings Down 31.4%

TORONTOcityhallnightJuly 17, 2016- TREB’s June 2016 Market Watch Report shows the average sale price of detached homes is up 19.9% and condo apartment prices are up 7.7% from this time last year. The average price of a detached home in the 416 area is now $1,259,486 and a 416 condo is $448,000. Even with the uncertainty surrounding the US election, and the fallout from Brexit, the interest in Toronto real estate has remained super strong. For real estate advice, visit Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Royal LePage RES Ltd./ J&D Division, Brokerage 416-489-2121

Toronto Real Estate Market Growth Continues

2016_MARCH_Market Stats JDApril 14, 2016- The Toronto Real Estate Board statistics for March 2016 show that average sale prices are up over 12% from the same time last year. Active listings are down 20.7% so demand is even higher and listings are selling in 16 days on average. The average sale price of a detached home in Central Toronto is now an unbelievable $1,863,704 and the average condo apartment in Central Toronto is selling for $464,888. Read all the March 2016 TREB stats and visit TOrealestate.ca for more information on investing in Toronto Real Estate- Andrea Stark, Sales Representative, Royal LePage RES Ltd/ J&D Division, Brokerage 416-489-2121

North York City Centre One Bedroom Condo- $269,800

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March 28, 2016- Spectrum II built by Menkes- Fab pied-a-terre or investment property- well-designed use of space, east-facing balcony overlooking greenery, hardwood floors, underground parking and locker included! Excellent amenities including concierge, gym, party and games room, bbqs, guest suites, & visitor parking. Steps to Starbucks, park, and subway. Convenient to the  401. For more information, visit TOrealestate.caAndrea Stark, Sales Representative, Royal LePage RES Ltd./ Johnston & Daniel Division, Brokerage- 416-489-2121